Elisa della Barba is Swide’s Food&Travel Editor.
Elisa has been part of the Swide team from 2011 as Food&Travel Editor, also creating contents for Gold Restaurant and Martini Bar websites, the two food/wine outposts of Dolce&Gabbana. She also loves to write about art and photography, her other passions. Elisa is also a contributor for Fine Dining Lovers website (Food-Art section). She has written daily for over two years for the photography and travel section of Style.it (Conde Nast Italia), has published travel features in Elle Italia, was a feature writer for the National Magazine of Italian sommeliers, De Vinis, and has worked in New York as a food and travel feature writer. When not food and wine scouting or travelling, she likes to read non-fiction books and spend quality time with her family, including Leonardo, a beautiful red long haired dachshund, and friends. If she had another life, she would graduate in ethology and archaeology. She is a hedonist, and a nomad at heart. Twitter account: twitter.com/ElisadellaBarba
City: Milan, Barcelona, New York...
10 markets you have to visit at least once in your lifeby Elisa della Barba
From Toronto to Marrakesh here are the best markets in the world. Whether you’re a bargain hunter or a foodie, you have to see these markets once before you die.
Best pizzerie in Naples (which basically means the best pizzerie in Italy)by Elisa della Barba
One of the most authoritative in the judging of quality the Gambero Rosso guide recently listed the best pizzas in Italy. Swide tell you more about the ones located where pizza was born, in Naples and vicinities.
24 hidden beaches in Italyby Elisa della Barba
Italy is dotted with breath-taking landscapes, including beaches. But leaving aside the most famous ones there are many more that are not often mentioned and yet deserve a visit. Swide has a list of many we are sure you will love: from Lombardy’s lakes to Sardinia’s beaches.
Sicilian Tour: Western Coast and Aegadian Islands’ crystalline watersby Elisa della Barba
Sicily is full of history and culture and it’s hard to pick among a wide range of locations if you are planning a visit – or if you are just curious about the highlights of this Region. This week we are heading to the Northwest coast.