The landscapes of Piero della Francesca, between candied figs and walnuts You have probably already visited Castelluccio di Norcia and known the flowering of its meadows, discovering that they have colors similar to those used by the Renaissance painter Pietro della Francesca. Once in Urbino, we advise you to sleep in an ancient room of the SanPolo1544 https://sanpolo1544.com/, knowing the …Read More »
You do not need a therapist, just a good travel agent for Italy There are books on travel that can change your life, offering you the opportunity to take unusually original or completely banal itineraries. What matters is to leave light – inside and out – gathering the essence of traveling even while walking in Italy, sometimes invisible to the …Read More »
Five ways to combine art with a territory Sometimes, the artistic vein of a painter blossoms in a small town that is why our journey into Piedmontese creativity begins here. In Piedmont, on the northwestern border with the hills of the Monferrato Casalese, Quargnento http://www.comune.quargnento.al.it/ is a municipality in the Alessandria plain. Among its monuments, you will find the minor …Read More »
From Alba to Quargnento, visiting Alessandria, Moncalieri and Turin Places of extraordinary beauty, where to make a trip to remember forever. Baroque palaces, museums, ancient squares and historic cafés await you in Turin and the perfumes of the Truffle Fair envelop the town of Alba. Not far from the Reggia di Venaria, the Parco della Mandria is an ideal naturalistic …Read More »
WHERE A RADIUS OF SUN CLEANS MILLIONS OF SHADOWS – In the land of St. Francis of Assisi, wanting little and what little desire just want
Do what is necessary, then what is possible There are places where special things happen, like the roots of a tree that embrace the rock, a full moon just veiled by a cloud or a hill where a child is born destined to change the perception of painting. You can go to central Italy http://www.italia.it/en/home.html to understand how all this …Read More »
FOUR CHARACTERS, IN SEARCH OF A TRAVELER – From Pasturo to Pesaro, on the paths of Italian creativity.
A Dolce&Gabbana perfume and a collection of poems, with an art book and tickets for an opera. After our author’s journey in Warsaw, your basket of memories will enrich with something new, this time crossing the rainbow that embrace Italy. This is an http://meetingbenches.com/ journey, where creative places and people invite you to travel. We are in northern Italy, where …Read More »
THE 1900, ITALY OF THE SIXTY YEARS: THE BOOM OF CREATIVITY – The fascinating life of three Italians who have marked the tastes of an era.
When the myths it is a scarf, a straw bag or a prancing horse. Under its skies VITTORIO ACCORNERO DE TESTA was born, one of the protagonists of Italian creativity around the mid-twentieth century. In 1559, the Gonzagas built one of the most powerful European defensive citadels. Even now, Casale Monferrato is well known abroad, as “Capital of the Cold”, …Read More »
TRAVEL IDEAS FOR ITALY – Romagna, Tuscany and Piedmont: between wild horses, red wines and foulards.
Where creative spells are born. Italian travel ideas? Territory and nature, eating and drinking, as well as culture, art and history, can influence your tourist destinations. You could try a day in the Novacella Abbey http://www.italia.it/it/media/video/una-giornata-a-novacella.html, or try our special “author’s journey” through places and names that have made the history of Italian creativity: Vittorio Accornero de Testa, Guccio Gucci …Read More »