Northern Italy


Northern Italy | Milan

If I have to quote the lovely Mary Shelley, “the name of Italy has magic in its very syllables”. And rightfully so. Almost a century before Paris would turn into an artistic safe-haven, this role was played by Italy.  In the 19th century it was a hot-spot for writers, poets and journalists, all looking for inspiration right until the two world wars, which strip the country off its calm and idyllic charm.


Of course contemporary Italy is way over its postwar legacy and instead embraces the new, while safeguarding the classic in the most magnificent and lush of ways.



It’s hard to just pinpoint a destination in Italy, there are so many places I would like to visit and wherever yous tart, as much time as you devote, it’d never be quite enough. That’s why we have just picked Northern Italy.



We have landed at Milan–Malpensa Airport and hired a rent-a-car for the whole stay.



The futuristic, slightly moody face of Milan…



Soon gave way to Gothic architecture and the sun.



Duomo Di Milano – the cathedral church of Milan, build more than 400 years ago.



And this beauty – Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II.



Parco Sempione.



Continue the trip with For You, Bologna.


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