The First of Italy In Foligno From 23 to

Primi d’Italia is the exceptional festival where you can find not only a healthy and tasty diet, but all the “first courses” that represent the best our beautiful country offers.

The famous people who have won the Primi d’Italia Prize in various fields, the artists who will perform on stage, the companies that collaborate with the Festival, the regions that offer their excellence and finally the best related products will also be on stage. to good food.

From this year, I Primi d’Italia is also an eco-festival that aims to progressively reduce the environmental impact, through new sustainable scenarios of consumption and waste management.

In fact, only disposable and biodegradable products will be used during the event. Furthermore, a correct and efficient management of the separate collection of organic waste will be carried out.

( The Pierantoni Youth Hostel in Foligno is located in the city center, in a splendid sixteenth-century building with a cloister and internal garden.

At guests’ disposal reading rooms, meeting areas and common spaces to facilitate the social life between young people. The rooms, frescoed with late Baroque mythological themes, range from 1 to 6 beds.

The AIG has organized a photo contest that will have as its theme the Hostels for the

Italian youth and the lively and educational life that takes place within them every day.

The prizes will consist of vouchers that can be spent in all Youth Hostels in the world and more precisely: 1st prize – 500 euro voucher; 2nd prize – 300 euro voucher; 3rd prize – 200 euro voucher and Youth Special Section (up to 14 years of age as of 30 September 2010) – voucher for a weekend in one of your choice from a selection of Italian hostels for your entire family, travel excluded .

The works, which will consist of a maximum of 5 shots per participant, can be either in digital jpg format, in good resolution, or printed on photographic paper.

Participation in the competition is free and the works can be sent by 30 September 2010 to the following