Tradizioni Napoletane: Il Caffè Sospeso

Cari amici, sono Arianna e vivo a Napoli. Mi sono trasferita qui qualche mese fa e, di tanto in tanto, faccio delle scoperte davvero singolari in questa affascinante città. Conoscete, per esempio, la tradizione del "caffè sospeso"? Ora ve la racconto in breve.
Quando i napoletani si sentono particolarmente generosi pagano un caffè in più al bar e lo lasciano così "in sospeso", offrendolo in dono a chiunque lo richieda entrando o a chiunque non possa permettersi di pagarlo.
E' stata addirittura istituita la Giornata del Caffè Sospeso che cade il 10 dicembre di ogni anno. Interessante, vero?
Provate a richiederlo quando sarete in vacanza a Napoli!
Viva il caffè e Viva la generosità dei Napoletani!


«Quando un napoletano è felice per qualche ragione, invece di pagare un solo caffè, quello che berrebbe lui, ne paga due, uno per sé e uno per il cliente che viene dopo. È come offrire un caffè al resto del mondo…» Luciano De Crescenzo
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CIAO A TUTTI! Hello everyone!! I am Arianna, a very curious, joyful and positive Italian girl, incredibly passionate about traveling and discovering beauty in the world we live in. This enthusiasm always motivated me to communicate and connect with people, even at the (marvelous) cost of learning their (sometimes weird) languages. In my 25 years of life I've had the chance to study Finnish, Swedish, Lithuanian, Hebrew, Japanese and other "ordinary" languages like Spanish, German and English. After my high-school studies, I traveled to Australia and Japan, where I taught Italian as a job and a volunteering activity. Then, once back in Europe, I enrolled at an international master in Linguistics and Multilingualism, to delve even more into the realm of languages. I've always felt at ease in this plurilingual universe, and took any chance I could to teach my own language and to learn others. In Lithuania I was a trainee at the Dante Alighieri Society, where I learned how to approach students in a multifaceted way, through interactive and creative activities. In Germany, I taught in a private Language Academy. In Naples, where I am currently living, I am teaching Italian to immigrants and it's been an incredibly enriching experience so far. I also recently got the CEDILS certificate: a formal qualification for teaching. I've always approached languages as living beings, as something that changes constantly and is definitely outside of grammar books. Speaking a language is to understand a culture, a way of life and thinking, to connect mentally and emotionally with the people that speak it, to establish human relationships that enrich you. And surely one of my greatest satisfactions in life has been to see that what I was speaking and being was fascinating and intriguing and motivating to other people. So if you wanna discover the infinite beauty of the Italian language, CONTATTAMI!!! TANTI SALUTI E A PRESTO!
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CIAO A TUTTI! Hello everyone!! I am Arianna, a very curious, joyful and positive Italian girl, incredibly passionate about traveling and discovering beauty in the world we live in. This enthusiasm always motivated me to communicate and connect with people, even at the (marvelous) cost of learning their (sometimes weird) languages. In my 25 years of life I've had the chance to study Finnish, Swedish, Lithuanian, Hebrew, Japanese and other "ordinary" languages like Spanish, German and English. After my high-school studies, I traveled to Australia and Japan, where I taught Italian as a job and a volunteering activity. Then, once back in Europe, I enrolled at an international master in Linguistics and Multilingualism, to delve even more into the realm of languages. I've always felt at ease in this plurilingual universe, and took any chance I could to teach my own language and to learn others. In Lithuania I was a trainee at the Dante Alighieri Society, where I learned how to approach students in a multifaceted way, through interactive and creative activities. In Germany, I taught in a private Language Academy. In Naples, where I am currently living, I am teaching Italian to immigrants and it's been an incredibly enriching experience so far. I also recently got the CEDILS certificate: a formal qualification for teaching. I've always approached languages as living beings, as something that changes constantly and is definitely outside of grammar books. Speaking a language is to understand a culture, a way of life and thinking, to connect mentally and emotionally with the people that speak it, to establish human relationships that enrich you. And surely one of my greatest satisfactions in life has been to see that what I was speaking and being was fascinating and intriguing and motivating to other people. So if you wanna discover the infinite beauty of the Italian language, CONTATTAMI!!! TANTI SALUTI E A PRESTO!
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