As we are currently undergoing a secon wave of the Covid outbreak globally, I felt it is good to allow a professional Travel Agent to speak it's voice and let us know what we can all expect in the near future
The next morning I drove along the recently completed highway from Aci Sant'Antonio to Siracusa, the capital of the greek culture in Southern Italy.
I believe that many do love the Opera as much as I do and that however many foreigners do only know the most important theatres of Italy such as La Scala in Milan (which is actually the one and only Holy Temple of the Opera), however, there are several Opera Houses in the Country that do organise exceptional seasons and should not be forgotten.
While Covid is outbreaking dramatically is some Countries all around the world, Italy is recording a very low rate since a couple of months.
Palazzo Madama is a National Monument. Before being a Museum, hosting a prominent collection which spans from the Romanesque and Gothic artifacts, to the local Renaissance paitings and the Baroque architecture, it is one of the oldest building in town, as well as one of the oldest in Italy.
There are several attractions inside the park of Valentino, in Turin. Take a bike ride in it and the more you pedal the more you see and discover.
Amaretto is simply "Amaretto". It's an almond based preparation, which also includes some egg whites and grinded apricot bone that gives a light bitter taste to the biscuit (amaro in Italian mean "bitter"). Amaretto is probably the most beloved italian biscuit. I know nobody who didn't like it, either italian of foreigner.