The Italian Wanderer is me. It’s my explorer inner soul that comes out and feels the necessity to keep on moving and discover new places, new things, new people but also to return in known places and see them through different eyes.
The Italian Wanderer is a project mainly based on Italy and its corners, traditions, landscapes. It borns from the feeling that my country is not well known, and not well promoted. I want you to DISCOVER all its beautiful places, from the biggest, wellknown cities, to its small characteristics villages, from its traditions to its peculiar food. There is no better way to know Italy than from the eyes of an Italian that loves her country.
But it does not stop there. I love to EXPLORE other countries, as I wish to see the whole world during my life, so I will take you with me wherever I will go.
I believe in living our dreams and make them happen, and this project is one of mine that comes true. The section DREAM represents that, a wish to live the life we always imagined, but it contents will be more practical: some tips on where lay down while exploring and have good dreams. You will read about peculiar hotels, places that offers accommodations in particular ways, or small relais that will make you fell at home.
EXPLORE. DREAM. DISCOVER. I did not write these words, but I made them mine. The motto comes from the last part of a quote, a wish for a fully lived life, a push to pursue our dreams and have no regrets:
“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.”
Italian born and raised, I love everything about my country and culture. I have a globetrotter soul that leads me to travel over and over.
Started travelling very young, I still have to stop. My first solo travel has been at 15 years old in Fano, Marche. I spent my youth summers between Sardinia, at my grandparents’ house and Germany, where my family had an Ice Cream shop.
My life brought me through a lot of paths: from my native mountain village in a small valley surrounded by the Dolomites, I now live in the beautiful Verona, but I’ve also spent some of my life in Torquay, UK and in Louisiana, USA.
With a lot of projects in mind, and a lot to come, I don’t know where I am going, but sure in a new place to discover and explore.