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About our calendars
Our calendars were created as a fun activity in collaboration with our Untold Italy podcast listeners and Italy Travel Planning community to support Italian food sustainability social enterprise Food For Soul. Profits from the sales of this calendar will be donated to support the Food For Soul Refettorio Projects where people in situations of social and economic vulnerability are served nutritious meals cooked with surplus ingredients that would have otherwise been thrown away > learn more
Photos Inside the Calendars
Image and Design Credits
Cover: Pisa - by Natasha Camille Bernardo, USA; January: Orange Cinquecento - by Jax Hanna, Australia; February: Riomaggiore, Cinque Terre - by Jeff Odom, USA; March: Hats in Alberobello - by Shara Alexander, USA; April: Street Artist, Florence - by Susan Woods, Canada; May: Venice - by Tina Michele, England; June: Tomato and Basil - by Raffaela Ceddia @flavourhoodtours, Australia; July: Burano - by Nikki Francis, Switzerland; August: 1 - Tuscany Window View - by Catherine Delmonico, USA; 2 - Traditional Balcony, Altamura - by Anastazija Dimitrova, Italy; September: Pompeii - by Silvio Scala, Italy; October: View from St Peter’s Dome, Rome - by Mark Elliott, New Zealand; November: Lezzeno, Lake Como - by Valerie Serrano, USA; December: Val di Funes, Dolomites - by Toni Alvarez, Switzerland; Calendar design - by Mark Elliott, New Zealand
About Untold Italy
We are an online destination and podcast dedicated to helping you plan incredible trips to Italy. Whether it is your first or fifteenth visit to bella Italia, you'll find inspiration and resources to build a trip you'll cherish for a lifetime.
Meet Your Italy Trip Planning Expert
I cannot wait to help you plan your trip to beautiful Italy.
This is the country I love to visit most of all and after over 30 trips to Italy I’ve learned a few things about where to find the best carbonara and how long you should plan to spend at the major sites.
Italy is best savored, not rushed. And the best way to make sure you have plenty of time for strolling with gelato and soaking up the atmosphere in the piazza is to make sure you plan your trip with precision. We want to make sure you leave plenty of buffer time for those la dolce vita moments and never have bad gelato!
Andiamo! Let’s get planning!
Untold Italy Founder, Katy Clarke