I was nominated for the Outstanding Blogger Award and asked some interesting questions regarding the topics of blogging and travelling. Check the article if you’re curious about my answers!Continue reading “Answering Some Questions: the Outstanding Blogger Awards”
Rome: 7 Culture Facts and Why It’s my Favourite City in Italy
Learn more about the Eternal City through my “Seven Facts of the Week” and discover which are the characteristics that make it my favourite city.
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Presepe di Bariola: a life size nativity in Northern Italy
It’s Christmas time! Are you curious about how the nativities originated and to see an example of life size nativity in rural Italy? Read the article!
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Modern Ruins: Recoaro Terme and the phantom of a 1800s spa-town in Italy
Modern ruins, abandoned implants, deserted buildings. These are the products of a society that constantly runs after progress. We don’t even realize it but sometimes we personally contribute to land consumption and to the abandonment of structures with our constant pursue of trends that are able to modify the urban layout of a city. Spa-towns, for example, were a thing in the 19th century. Now, being the thermal vacation something outdated, these towns stand there like crippled creatures waiting for someone to remember and cure them. Let’s explore one of these towns located in the Veneto region: Recoaro Terme.
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How to stop being just a tourist
When they say Instagram is the most superficial social media around, that is not true. In there I was actually able to meet very interesting and talented people and among them there’s without any sort of doubt Elfin Waters.
Elfin teaches Italian in a very smart and fun way, with a “visual” approach that I’ve found both inspiring and useful. I know this first-hand as I’m still personally struggling with foreign languages and a myriad of learning techniques. For those of you who are trying to learn La Bella Lingua to have a more fulfilling experience when visiting Italy, hear what she has to say in the following guest post that I gladly share here.
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Venice bad reviews: 5 criticisms that just don’t make sense
“Too crowded, too touristic, absolutely fake”. Many people seem to feel entitled to have a negative opinion about Venice, but is all this criticism really constructive and well-deserved? Keep reading to discover it.
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4 travel diseases you shouldn’t be afraid of
How many times, when planning a trip, you have excluded certain destinations because of endemic diseases we are all afraid of? How many times you were advised to get vaccinated before leaving for certain countries? And, confess it, how many times you sniggered when a friend, after bragging about his imminent vacation in some tropical luxury resort, in the end caught the Montezuma’s Revenge?
Getting sick while travelling is no fun, but what if I tell you there are travel diseases that are not that dangerous after all? Keep reading to discover more 😉
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Greece off the beaten path: the unspoilt island of Samos
Looking for a quiet Greek island with thriving nature and slightly off the beaten track? Samos looks like a great choice. Discover all it has to offer!
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Rural Italy: Small Italian Villages at the foothills of the Small Dolomites
The Italian Tourism Department has decided to dedicate 2017 to the promotion of Italian Villages and Borghi: I’m going to actively contribute by sharing info about what I know best, the Prealpine Contradas, small rural villages at the foothills of the Small Dolomites in Veneto and Trentino.
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