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Travel Postcards / 08.09.2012

What a lovely place is the Alpe di Siusi, in the Dolomites. Apart from the stunning mountain range, with the Sciliar, Sasso Lungo and Sasso Piatto standing out as the main characteristic of the landscape, there’s beauty in a lot of small things, like these spikes outlining against the smooth hills and the deep blue...

Travel Postcards / 01.09.2012

Connecting Piazza del Duomo (where the imposing Milan Cathedral stands) and Piazza della Scala (home of one of the most famous Opera theaters in the world), Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II is one of Milan’s most important landmarks. [pullquote]The famous Galleria Vittorio Emanuele octagon, where the two alleys intersect, has long been considered 'Milan's drawing room'[/pullquote] Designed in...

Nature & Outdoors / 20.08.2012

Only a few days and I’ll be back to my beloved Dolomites. I confess that while I was struggling with the heat in South East Asia (not that I got much relief once back in Milan, except it’s a little less humid) and an environment where I often felt uncomfortable, I couldn’t help longing for...

Travel Postcards / 01.06.2012

Land of culture and traditions, awesome gastronomy and welcoming people, Umbria greets the visitors with its smooth hills. Throughout the region, there are many wine and oil producers proud to show their property and keen to let visitors taste their products. At Monte Vibiano Winery we drove up the hills with electric golf carts, to admire the...