Hey there guys, last time I wrote a long ass prayer, supplication, request however you want to call it. Please come take me away here – SOS!!!, – joke– but I wrote down a list of negative stuff you have to deal with if you ever pack your suitcases and decide to live in the dolce vita, dolce per niente – country… Italy! Italia. Now I will project on goooood stuff of living in Italy and the good things I have experienced in the almost 3 years that I am living here in Rome, Italy
Italy is beautiful
Beside the bunch of trash, stink – you probably walked through the wrong district ;)- Italy is insanely beautiful. It is simply breathtakingly beautiful, with wonderful people, excellent architecture, art, history, literature, music, and superb food as well as a long tradition of all of these things. Many of the arts and sciences as well as western civilization were first developed in Italy (math, physics). Recently, the nation has been the leader or among the leaders in a variety of industries, including luxury goods, pharmaceuticals, machine tools, among others, Italy has several accomplishments for which it may be proud. I enjoy living in Rome, close-by all the historical sights etc. It actually feels like I am on holiday everyday
Ottimo (ottima / ottimi / ottime) translates as really good or excellent when talking about food 🙂 Is something Italians say a lot if they talk about how good their food it.
You’ve heard it said time and time again: “Italian food is the greatest in the world.” However, are you genuinely aware of its quality? The majority of people are unaware of the various delights that Italy also has to offer, despite the fact that the Italians claim credit for the invention of the pizza and that it is most certainly the best-tasting pizza in the world (including Chicago’s). In fact, Italy is so incredibly magnificent that each area serves up a unique meal that has been painstakingly crafted throughout the millennia, putting down a historic crust for its most grateful tasters. Did you taste gelato? Yes it is just ice cream but it taste way better than any other country. And what about the delicious Tiramisu? Tiramisu is a traditional Italian dessert with Venetian roots that has become a global sensation. And if you are in italy i would recommend a carbonara In Italy, the dish is often served with spaghetti pasta, although you can find many varieties. The meal includes cheese, bacon, pepper, and a light egg sauce
Rome is essentially the epitome of art and culture. Some of the most well-known works of art in the world may be seen in this city, which has been home to some of the finest painters in history. There have been and continue to be hundreds of notable artists creating waves in the field, including Michelangelo, Caravaggio, Raphael, Leonardo da Vinci, and Botticelli. And that’s only the beginning! The Italian peninsula has been inhabited since prehistoric times, and art has always played a significant role in the history of the region, beginning with cave paintings and continuing through the Romans. Even now, Italy remains the top “must see” hotspot for artists worldwide.
Spritz and Proscecco
Do I really need to explain this?
The small and big cities all have magical vibes
It doesn’t matter where you go, Italy always have a romantic vibe. Go ahead to a random village in the hills and you will discover really nice people and guaranteed good food. People are very open, kind and will make you feel like home! Italy is a very lovely country. There are places here with incredible charm like Venice as well as ones with a millennia-long history like Rome or Florence. The Nature also plays a significant influence.
Actually, Italy is much more than just a hot, humid place. Despite maintaining its reputation as a four-season destination, it really has mild winters, pleasant springs, and reliably warm summers. But in addition to having the finest weather, it also has the best sites, which makes it simple to schedule your seasons appropriately. The ideal seasons to travel to Italy are spring and fall, when the weather is pleasant and there are less tourists. The weather is perfect for discovering all that the nation has to offer, costs are lower, and the scenery is colorful! It has so much days of sun then I am used to in the Netherlands.
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