Welcome to Italy2U

Experience the essence of Italian gourmet and lifestyle - a journey to
indulge your senses!

Discover the flavours of Italy

At Italy2U, we bring you the finest selection of Italian delicacies. From
truffles to great wines, from the irresistible pistachio spread from Bronte
Sicily to the fragrant perfumes from Officina della Santa Maria Novella convent
since 1262, we have it all.

An epicurean's paradise

Indulge in the finest coffee from Naples with Caffe Borbone, savour the
tastiest cheeses sourced from various regions of Italy, and relish a quick and
easy Antipasto misto. Immerse yourself in tradition with salami and prosciutto
San Daniele. We offer a range of gourmet delights that will transport you
straight to Italy.

The taste of luxury

Experience the ancient Balsamic Vinegar from Modena or elevate your senses
with Bellini from Cipriani Hotel Venice. And for those seeking extravagance, we
even have caviar sourced from the northern part of Italy. Pamper yourself with
our luxurious offerings!

Embrace la dolce vita

Italy is known for its rich culture and exquisite tastes. At Italy2U, we
bring you a curated selection that embodies the joy of life in Italian culture.
Let us take you on a journey that will fill your life with passion, flavour,
and beauty.


Citta' Sant'Angelo

A gem of a town on a hill above Pescara, Citta Sant'Angelo is worth a day trip to visit. It was listed by Forbes as one of the best places to live (2018) but its designations as one of the borghi piu' belli d'Italia (most beautiful small towns in Italy), as Citta' Slow (like the Slow Food movement), city of wine and city of oil, all mean that it is a wonderful place to visit, too. Sitting on a hilltop between the sea and the mountains, the panoramas in every direction are inspiring.

Located just a half-hour from Pescara, it sits a world away nestled in beauty among the vine- and olive-studded hills. It retains its Old World ambiance, traditions and hospitality, along with attractive corners and monuments around the cobbled streets. The church of San Michele was built by the Lombards in the 1200s but renovated several times. It's just lovely, and has paintings by Abruzzo and Marche artists. The small triangular church of Santa Chiara is a baroque jewelry box topped by an airy cupol, which is distinctive on Citta' Sant'Angelo's skyline. Inside is also a Place of Remembrance to commemorate the citizens' partisan efforts; there had been an internment camp here for political dissidents against the Fascist regime. Many of the Angolani, however, took persecuted people and fugitives into their homes to hide them. The city was awarded the Silver Medal of Merit for their collective acts of bravery. The former convent that was attached to it has been put to as the Museo-Laboratorio d'Arte Contemporanea, a modern art workshop-museum. The former Franciscan monastery now houses the town hall, and its cloister and garden are special quiet places to enjoy. There are 12 churches in this small city, though.

Wander around and take it all in. A few things to look out for: the Strada del Ghetto, a long street in the Casale disctrict that had been designated where the Jewish population be segregated in 1427 by Queen Giovanna II, it's a charming quarter now. The Cisternone is the underground barrel-vaulted water cistern system below the city gardens; and the remains of the castle up at the top of the town. All along, you will find some cafes, pubs and restaurants, and friendly folks proud of their pretty town.