The Italian Lasagna

The Lasagna is one of the most loved foods in the world! Everyone has a taste of it or at least you should have! Lasagna has many versions, both within Italy and around the world. The most famous is “Lasagna alla Bolognese” i.e., from Bologna in the region of Emilia-Romagna. However, if you go to the south…

A Day in Madrid

Madrid, Spain’s largest city and its capital, is one of the top travel destinations in Europe. I have never been there before, but I felt like I knew it a little from pictures my friends and relatives shared it with me. A vibrant cosmopolitan city pulsing with life and overflowing with energy, that’s what I…

Mille Miglia

The Mille Miglia is an open road race between the town of Brescia in Lombardy, and Rome – and back again, a distance of approximately 1000 miles.  Enzo Ferrari famously called it “the most beautiful race in the world”It originally ran between 1927 and 1957 but following two fatal crashes in 1957 it was banned until,…

“De Casoncello” 2018

In these days, Bergamo is the protagonist of a food event, three days from Friday to Sunday, all dedicated to the Casoncelli. Casoncelli are a Northern-Italy typical fresh pasta. Made with a meat filling and their typical mezzaluna shape. This pasta dish and polenta are the most famous and cooked Bergamo’s recipes. The origin of…

Bellavista

Bellavista, what a word, right? In Italian “Bella Vista” means “nice view” but on today’s post I won’t cover a beautiful landscape, no. Instead, I’ll present you an Italian wine! Bellavista is the Italian wine brand founded in Franciacorta in 1977 by a businessman called Vittorio Morett, who decided to transform a small family-run winemaking…

Elegance + Nature

Happy Monday folks! It has been raining quite a lot here in Bergamo, Italy. I finally found a good day, this previous weekend, to take some pictures and wear my recently purchases from Breras Milano and Four.ten Industry. Featuring: -Jacket: Breras Milano -Shirt: Luca Grimaldi -Pants: Four.ten Industry -Watch: AtlantisWristwatches -Shoes: Timberland Some of you…

How to spend one day in San Pellegrino

Leave Milan behind to explore San Pellegrino Terme’s sparkling mineral springs and wander the streets of charming villages set in the Alps’ scenic foothills.Two weeks ago, my girlfriend and I went to San Pellegrino Terme, in the Val Brembana and close to Bergamo, known for S.Pellegrino® Sparkling Natural Mineral Water, a premium sparkling mineral water…

Liguria Trip

When you think about Italy, most people instinctively picture renowned places such as Rome, the Colosseum, the ever Leaning Tower of Pisa. While these are all beautiful Italian staples, there are other places in Italy that are just as wonderful and scrumptious as these. As some of you might have known from my stories on…

Tuscany Trip

Tuscany is one of my favorite places in Italy. Two weeks ago, my girlfriend I planned a little gataway in this beautiful region. I loved the historic buildings, the cobblestone streets and looking as far as you can see – and only seeing rolling hills. Although each town we visited was unique, Tuscany as a…

Myrrha – Floral Design

Today on The Italian Guest, I’m gonna talk about a “green oasis” in my hometown, Bergamo. I like to discover new places, especially those little ones where you might have past them few times but never stopped. I usually don’t buy flowers unless there’s a specific occasion. On my girlfriend’s birthday I saw this floral…

Chocolate Heaven

Sweet or bitter, Milk or Dark, with fruit or alchool. Chocolate is a type of food among the most versatile in cooking, but above all, the most loved by young and old people. Last weekend Milan hosted the third Italian edition of the The Salon du Chocolat, the word’s largest event dedicated to chocolate. For…

Through my eyes: New York- Wanderlust

Through my eyes: New York comes to an end with my last post. Our 6 days trip to NYC has been great and looking back at all the adventures, pictures and memories we made, I am so happy and I hope we’ll be back to the Big Apple again! Last, but not least I kept…