For many, Italy is the best place in the world for food . Despite I am Italian, I won’t say it’s “the” best, but definitely in good companyfood, together with the French and the Spanish one.
I like to share with you some pictures I took in these past few days. Fortunately the weather in Italy is very good in these days, the sky is as blue as can be, the sun shines and warms up pleasantly and strolling around is one of those simple pleasures I always underestimated.
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.