International travels seem to be far at the moment, thus making travel planning a time-waste activity. It is definitely not so. Although it might takes some time before being allowed to travel again in a safe mode, travel planning still is the most necessary activity we can invest our time with. Just put our travel suggestions into your bucket list and take it out in 1 year from now.
I recently met a very unique painter called Lucia Bergamini who, in the maze of contemporary art, found her own style, her own painting technique and her own personal subject: food.
Ladies and Gentlemen, hold on tight as this is one of the most iconic, celebrated, tasty and world known Italian recipe: the Carbonara.
The Italian Cusine is extraordinaire. Based on local products, each region and even each city or village has its own traditional recipe thus making the so-called “Mediterranean diet” listed among the UNESCO intangible world Heritage.
Apulia, the heel of Italy touched by two seas, is becoming increasingly popular among travelers, for the combination of weather, nature, sea, history, art, and – of course – food and wine. Many foreign dominations have left their traces here through the centuries, from the Greek to the Byzantine, to the Spanish and the French; these traces are still alive in the local culture, in the peculiar architectural styles, in the Apulian dialects, and also in the culinary traditions.
If you want to discover a different Turin, you should definitely take a “nose-up” stroll in the area crossed by the longest pedestrian street in town: Via Garibaldi.