I posted a photo on my facebook page today and to my great surprise it went viral.
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.
My second "off the beaten path" tour of Venice took me to Sestriere Dorsoduro, Sestiere San Polo and Sestiere Santa Croce, the 3 city districts on the right side of the Grand Canal.
For many the Dome of St. Lawrence in Torino is simply the masterpiece of the Baroque architecture. For others, there is message hidden between arches and the widows. Can you find it?
In this this difficult time the tourism industry is like the rolled up Rose of Jericho, hoping for the rain to come and blossom again, and so are all those workers around the world whose job are at risk. Tourism will not resurrect by itself. We will be the ones to let the rain fall and make it resurrect, in just 2 simple moves
The works of the most important painting masters in history of the art are often expeted to be kept at popular Museums around the world such as the Louvre, the Vatican Museums, the Uffizi, the Hermitage, the Prado, the Met...Although it might pretty often be true, there is quite a wide number of masterpieces that are kept at Museums you don't expect. Today we will discover a recently restored painting by Caravaggio, kept at the Royal Palace of Hamton Court, just outside London. Go and visit it.
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.