Oriolo Romano (Italy)
The Porcini Festival has been held since 2003 in the city of Oriolo Romano in Viterbo province, about 60 kilometers from Rome.
It is a famous festival in nearby prefectures, with nearly 2,000 visitors a day when it is common in a small town with a medieval population of about 3,700.
For the 15th time this year (2018), we were blessed with fine weather.
At 11:30 in the morning, there are not many people yet, so it might be a good place to exple
When you come to the Porcini Festival in Oriolo Romano, you'll want to visit the Palace of Artieri. Built between 1578 and 1585, the palace is home to a gallery full of papal paintings, along with numerous frescoes.
Frescoes in the Palace of Artieri
268 papal paintings in the Altigs
Iri Pa a reference for the papal paintings that were largely burned down in the 1823 fire at The Cathedral of San Paolo fori in Moula, one of Rome's five major basilicas, and was needed during subsequent reconstruction.
On the left of the three narrow roads you can see in front of the palace, there are stalls.
More than 30 stalls! It's fun to talk to people in thee of Abruzzo, Colorbria
Just looking at it makes me hungry.
Dried fruits and fare a wide variety of ginger, oranges, gra licorice (Spanish licorice)
A unique taste with a subtle sweetness and bitterness. Licork made of olive trees made by grandpa.
Watches using natural wooden foe the same in Japan, but it's really fun to look around the stalls. Is it because it remembers my childhood?
After having fun with your eyes, you'll have to be satisfied with your stomach, so let's taste Italian cuisine with plenty of porcini mushrooms, the main event of the festival.
This time, I was allowed to enter the kitchen of the Porcini Festival Headquarters (laughs) with the permission of the little forcefully whether it was embarrassed to be able to take a picture 1 self.
To satisfy the stomachs of more than 2,000 tourists visiting on Saturdays and Sundays, the kitchen was fully rotated by 25 staff membwho l s.
Silently preparing for the pruccini muproc a. Yo m the he baked bread.
This is the hardest person in ctomer ushroom.
Securing a seat is also a job. This is the same in Japan and Italy.
Of course, porcini mushrooms are also sold. Iled Garrett.
I'm sorry I can't take it back to Japan.
The Porcini Festival in Oriolo Romano, where you can enjoy your eyes and stomach,
(1) Around 10:00 a.m., look at the stalls while enjoying the square and the townscape around the venue.
(2) At around 11:30 a.m., at around 11:45 a.m., they start to line up to buy lunch tickets.
(3) After eating lunch slowly, visit the Altieri Palace
The course is recommended. The reason is thatbut when food is involved, the long line is fine!?
If you don't mind moving home, you can visit the stall in half a day from noon or visit the Artieri Palace to coincide with the dinner that starts at 19:00.
The Porcini Festival in Oriolo Romano, which remains in the medieval townscape. Why don't you enjoy the taste of autumn with Italians who love food?
The Palace of Artieri
Address: Piazza Umberto I 01010 Oriolo Romano (Vt)
Opening day: Tuesday to Sunday
Opening hours: 8:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Admission: 5 euros
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|Name of the city (region name)||Oriolo Romano (Oriolo Romano)|
|Event name (in Japanese)||Porcini Festival|
|Event name (local or English name)||Sagra del fungo porcino di Oriolo Romano|
|Date of the event (last time, next time)||Previous event September 15-17, 22-24, 2017 Next scheduled to be held September 13-15, 2019|
|First year of the event||2003,|
|Number of visitors (sense of scale)||More than 2000 people on Saturdays and Sundays|
|Access||It takes about 1 hour and 40 minutes by train from Termini Train Station, followed by Viterbo and Oriolo Train Stations, then a 15-minute walk from the venue, Umberto I Square. About an hour's drive from Rome|
|Organizations (names)||Ass. Cultural Society of Oriolo Romano Oriolo Romano|
|Official homepage URL||http://www.sagraoriolo.it|
|Fee||Admission free Meals are required at the venue (2 yen for Bruschetta, 5 to 7.5 yen for pasta, 1.5 yen for each baked salsiccia, etc.)|
|a degree of fun||★★★★!|
|Venue (main venue)||Piazza Umberto I|
|Venue (Address)||Piazza Umberto I's 01010 Oriolo Romano (VT)|