A first editorial by Valeria Cescato, inspired by an interesting reflection on the theme of Italianness. This is how we open a conversation on territory and the experience of hospitality in Italy. Italianness, Valeria explains, has a much older origin than you might imagine.
“A me gli occhi,” says Italian actor Gigi Proietti who made his eyes impossible to resist on his one-man show – everyone in the audience had eyes on him. Proietti is a 74-year-old Roman actor, comedian, director, musician, singer and television presenter. In Italy, he lends his voice to famous actors Robert De Niro, Sean […]
How do you stay healthy when you’re on the road a lot? In Italy you can find plenty of fresh foods at approachable prices everywhere. But what about travel in general? This becomes especially difficult when family or business events keep you up late at night and you’re an early riser.
I love it. I’ve been doing it for years on business trips to Europe. I remember the one time I just got to May Fair where I was staying in London. It was late, my colleagues were at home with their families… so I took myself out for dinner at this lovely Indian Restaurant.
Do a simple search, and you’ll see entire compilations and descriptions of places people would like to see… one day. I used to be that kid who knew that one day I would live in the U.S. – one empathizes, because it took me long enough to make my dream come true.
It’s a trick question – the answer is most of them. You could find an amazing people-watching café smack in a small town’s strategic pass-through alley. Or you could find it in the corner of a big Piazza.