What to see in Langhe? And what to do here? A 4-days tour discovering beautiful hamlets, good wines and breathtaking views on the UNESCO area.
6 lakes in Trentino-Alto Adige that you can’t miss!
(Questo articolo è disponibile anche in Italiano) Trentino- Alto Adige is definitely a region full of alpine lakes, sorrounded by pine forests and by the well-known Dolomites mountains. In this post I’d like to suggest 6 lakes that, in my own opinion, you can’t miss on your trip in Trentino-Alto Adige! 1. Lake Carezza – […]
Traditional Italian Recipe: Spaghetti alla Carbonara – #CarbonaraChallenge
(This article is also available in 日本語) Spaghetti alla Carbonara: one of the most famous traditional Italian recipe, cooked all over the world. A failsafe classic, loved by everyone, especially by children. Today, during the Carbonara Day, I want to launch a new section in my blog: the Food section. Here, I’d like to share […]
Skiing in Trentino – Alto Adige: two low-cost ski areas
(This article is also available in Italian) Well, we know. Skiing is quite expesive. Especially if you are a family. Skis, boots, ski suit, helmet. And what about the skipass?! How expensive is it? Its price seriously increases if we want to go to the most “popular” ski areas. But, suppose that you are spending […]
Bled, the lake of Love, in central Slovenia
(This article is also available in Italian and 日本語) Lake Bled has been one of my travel dreams and I have been dreaming of visiting it for a long time. I finally had a chance to visit it just some days after New Year’s Eve, during my trip to Ljubljana. In fact, Beld is very […]
Ljubljana: one day in the smallest European capital city
(This article is also available in Italian) Ljubljana. The smallest European capital city. Romantic, colorful, very organized and clean. A city which is also described as “a cute candy-box”. In 2016 it was nominated “Europe’s Green Capital“. I must confess that I was pleasently impressed! Visit Ljubljana in just one day Ljubljana is small, I […]
Lecco – My hometown
(This article is also available in Italian and 日本語) I have just realize that, almost a year after the launch of this blog, I haven’t told you yet about Lecco, the town where I’ve spent most of my life until now. Lecco: why is it so special? Lecco lies on the Lake Como. You probably […]
Christmas Markets in Rango and Tenno: Christmas as it used to be.
(This article is also available in Italian) Are you a Christmas Markets lover? Do you hate them? Perfect! Forget about the crowded squares and the wooden houses along the streets. What I am going to talk about today is way different from the steriotype of “Christmas Markets” that most of you probably have in your […]
The first night of Krampus – Italian Christmas Tradition
December, the month of Christmas. The cities light up with lights, illuminations and festively decorated Christams trees. But December is also the coldest month of the year and the one with the shortest days. A month of contrasts that certainly put a strain on the inhabitants of the mountain villages from Trentino- South Tyrol to […]
Exploring Tohoku – Yamadera
Yamadera (山寺）is a religious complex located on the top of the mountains, at the north-east of Yamagata city. It’s one of these places shrouded in mystery. One of these that let you say “This is Japan”. Several temples are located on a steep slope and at the top you can enjoy a stunning view of the […]