Borghetto sul Mincio is one of the most beautiful villages in Italy. In about 2 weeks the wisteria should be in bloom. By the way... did you know that it was Marco Polo who brought the first wisteria seeds in Europe from the East? 🏵💐🏵
I want to dedicate this photo to my father. Time ago he told me that one of his wishes, other than go ice-skating again (he is 82 😅), would be a day trip to Venice with me and my nephew. Which seems nothing special, since we live 30 minutes away. But he can't. My mother's desease keeps him busy all day long. If he has an appointment my brother and I have to take over from him. But most of all he tries not to part from her as much as possible. At this stage we don't get help from national or local healthcare yet. I sincerely hope that the situation can change, that we get some help and that my father can feel confident enough to enjoy a day trip to Venice with me and my nephew without feeling guilty or worrying too much. 🎈💕
This is me in Alberobello last July. It was my second visit... after 33 years. The village has changed a lot since the first time, but it is still worth a visit for the amazing concentration of trulli: about 1.400 in one place. Have you ever been to Alberobello or is it in your travel wishlist?
Hi guys! I chose this photo in which I have a confident attitude to announce a big change: I'm a proper #freelancer now! The newsletter subscribers already know... I registered for the Italian VAT number. In Italy we say: aprire partita Iva, to open the VAT number. So I opened it and it is a big step, because it means that the work has increased but also that I'm going to pay more taxes and deal with annoying bureaucracy documents and complicated stuff (a huge challenge for a daydreamer like me). Well, wish me good luck. Let the new adventure begin!
Photo by @bicegoraffaela
Hi, guys, spring is coming but my discount code is about to expire. You have time until March 24 to take advantage of the 10% discount with the code 10-for-mycornerofitaly. You'll find the link in my stories highlights.
This time last year I was in Pienza, one of the places of my heart. Even if I have been there three times, my visits were always short due to dense travel schedules. So I'd love to go back again. And you... what is the place you never get tired of visiting?
Did you know that Padua is littered with street art? Some of the works give me joy while I stroll in town, or make me think. As a result, now I’m fond of many of them. Since some of you asked me more info (all the resources are in Italian), I decided to write this post, collecting my favourites. Check them out in the new post (link in bio)!