As many of you I spent the last few months wondering if there was a place I could visit with a certain degree of safety which also was not subject to specific travel restrictions.
We made it!!! Seven months after the first country wise lockdown and after endless debates about the opportunity and the methods to re open schools in Italy, it finally happend. On september 14th, 2020, the Italian schools re opened their doors to the students. Schools' re opening has a very important meaning as it stresses … Continue reading Back to school after Corona
I finally went down to Palermo. I lived my whole trip to Sicily in anticipation for this. I had great expectations about Palermo, especially after its Arab-Norman Cathedral was listed by Unesco among the world heritage sites.
I choose to visit Marsala for two reasons: the Unification of Italy and the Salt Pans.
Sicily is home to some of the most amazing Baroque architectures. Here is a quick sample over the Duomo of Modica
I believe that a simple and cheap way to discover a new city, including the areas that are out of the tourism circuits or that are not home to a famous or specific attraction it to buy a tickect for a tram and ride it from its origination until the final stop.
The Cloister of Vezzolano is where we you go once you complete the visit to the Church. It's a peaceful and relaxing place, whose ambience provides a sense of tranquillity.