Hometown: Trento

For three years I’ve been living in this town, Trento. I was actually born here, but grew up in a tiny village in the middle of nowhere. I’ve always thought that I would have never ended up studying so close to home, but this city actually hosts the best Italian law school, so I could…

I AM SCARED: THIS IS HOW TERRORISM TODAY WINS

One year ago, I was on a train from Lancaster to Manchester Airport, happy to finally go home for Easter break. It was during that hour and 20 minutes of train that I started finding out what was happening in Brussels. I called my dad, almost crying, terrified at the thought that I would have…

Cinematographic travel – “Radiofreccia”

Warning: although this post is in English, it is abut an Italian film, which of course I watched in Italian. So get ready for some quotes in Italian! You may ask yourself why I’m not writing this post in Italian then, and the answer is that I want this film to be known outside my…

#8marzoalmuseo

So today is March 8th, Women’s Day. And I don’t say it because I’m a woman, but we should celebrate somehow. We should celebrate what we achieved and what we can achieve. And we should always look towards what we still can achieve. I firmly believe in women, because I’ve met amazingly strong women in…

V I E N N A with Martina

I’ve worked hard on it, but I’ve made it, and, yeah, I’m kinda proud of it! I’ve made my first vlog ever about my trip to Vienna three weeks ago. But I’ll come to that later. Well, as you may already know, about three weeks ago my friend Martina (who hereinafter will be referred to…

Naschmarkt – Vienna

Have been desaparecida from this blog for over a month but, well, with good reasons. I have slaved myself on books, while even finding the time to work a little bit in Copenaghen and Costa Rica. I however found time to post some of my photos on Instagram and Facebook and you can follow all…

No resolutions please: My feedback on 2016!

It might seem odd, given that everybody seems to think that 2016 sucked, but I’m quite happy of how 2016 did go. And I don’t like that much making new year resolutions, because I mostly then don’t stick to them! What I hope is that the new year would always be better than the past…

My 21 favourite pictures of 2016!

I followed the example of Ellen Burne from Travelling The World Solo and decided to go through the pictures I took in 2016 and pick the ones I liked the most. This year I did not only traveled quite a bit, but I also trie to improve my photography skills. So it wasn’t that easy to pick…

Il posto di Ste – Trento, Italy

Sorry to break this to you people, but Christmas celebrations are already over for this year. And it left behind big bellies and a desperate need of gym and diet. And when you’re a university student who’s already back in the library and struggling to survive the exams, this is an even harder problem, because…

The magic of Christmas markets

Last winter I had the opportunity to visit some Christmas market in Great Britain: Edinburgh, Manchester, Leeds. Edinburgh and Manchester were great, and also very big, but they were pretty German: all the sellers, the handmade products, the food were from German-speaking countries. There were almost no made in England/Scotland stuff. That was kind of…

Chaotic, colourful and dreamful: Marrakech

So on Saturday 19th I came back home after two weeks in Marrakech. My first time in Africa! And my actual first time traveling for what I’m actually studying! So I didn’t feel guilty of missing two weeks of classes, because, hey, what a better excuse than being at a United Nations Conference?! So I’ve…

Sometimes you just go back

If this is not the first time you read my blog, you’d probably know I started writing here while studying for one year in England. I unfortunately left on June 22nd and although I didn’t get to go back in September, my friends did, or at least the ones who didn’t graduate yet. So when…