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A corner of Switzerland in Tuscany

Verantwortlicher Autor: Cortellessa Ciro Italia, 29.11.2023, 12:08 Uhr
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Il caffè svizzero
Il caffè svizzero  Bild: Cortellessa Ciro

Italia [ENA] Who would have thought of finding a corner of Switzerland in Tuscany? 'Il Caffè degli Svizzeri' in Pontremoli is a charming place where Swiss-inspired hospitality meets Italian coffee culture. Nestled in the heart of the town, this café offers a warm and inviting atmosphere.

Located in the heart of Pontremoli, "Il Caffè degli Svizzeri" is a delightful haven that seamlessly blends Swiss charm with Tuscan allure. Established several decades ago, the café has become a cherished local institution. Its origins trace back to a vision of creating a unique space where the precision of Swiss hospitality meets the warmth of Italian traditions. For years, "Il Caffè degli Svizzeri" has been an integral part of the town's fabric, a place where residents and visitors alike gather to indulge in the art of coffee appreciation. The café's ambiance is a testament to its commitment to providing an inviting atmosphere; the decor reflects both Swiss precision and Tuscan rusticity.

Il bar, il caffè e la pasticceria antica dello svizzero e i suoi arredi in stile Liberty.
I pasticcini 'Amor' realizzati dall'Antico Pastry Shop dello svizzero, la ricetta della pasta rimane un segreto
La 'spongata' dal negozio di pasticceria antica dello svizzero, una dolce specialità di Pontremoli.

Beyond its captivating atmosphere, the café is renowned for its delectable pastries and sweets. From traditional Swiss confections to Italian classics, the menu is a culinary journey that caters to diverse palates. Whether it's the flaky layers of a Swiss pastry or the rich, aromatic espresso, each item on the menu is crafted with meticulous attention to detail. As you step into "Il Caffè degli Svizzeri," you're not just entering a coffee shop but immersing yourself in a cultural crossroads. The café stands as a testament to the harmonious blend of Swiss and Tuscan influences, offering patrons a unique and memorable experience.

"Bianco Oro," the aperitif crafted by Roberto, the owner of Bar Luciano."
The Cantucci produced by the Antique Pastry Shop of the Swiss.
The Savoiardi (Ladyfingers) produced by the Antique Pastry Shop of the Swiss.

All this Swiss production is enhanced by the famous aperitif 'Bianco Oro,' which you can enjoy just a few meters away from the pastry shop at Bar Luciano, a flavorful 'Bollicina' with a secret recipe. After all, who would have imagined finding a slice of Switzerland nestled so perfectly in the heart of Tuscany?"

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