‘Tell Me a Story’ is a European Lifelong Learning Project that developed a series of interesting urban stories related to different cities and regions in Europe to be used in tour guiding. It created innovative methods and tools for multilingual learning targeted at tourist guides, using the vehicle of storytelling.

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An old new delicacy

In 1476 King Matthias married Beatrix, the daughter of the king of Naples. The arrival of the new Hungarian queen meant the introduction of new customs into the king’s palace in Buda, into the royal cuisine and dining room among others as well. The queen kept an own kitchen from where cheese, fruits, vegetables and special cakes were brought and served at the royal table. The previously meat-centred royal court now saw some new favourite delicacies such as the Parmesan cheese, red onion, garlic and chestnut. Legend says that chestnut...
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“Tell me a Story” at the European day of languages

The “Tell Me a Story” project was widely promoted during the event celebrating the European Day of Languages on September 27th, 2014 in Sofia, Bulgaria.
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