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Gran Turismo: Italy in a Ferrari
For centuries Italy was the destination of young men from all over the world on their ‘Grand Tour’ a quest for culture, experience and refinement. That’s still the case as many still flock to the Bel Paese, there are many ways to experience Italy but a tour in high-speed luxury Ferrari.
Italy’s most hauntingly beautiful cemeteries
Visiting cemeteries is the custom on All Souls’ Day (Tutti Morti) in Italy, and just as beauty is venerated among the living, it is also endowed to the resting places of the dead. Italy has some of the most atmospheric and beautiful cemeteries in the world, here are ten of them.
Undiscovered Places: Bergamo Alta
Swide takes you to the Undiscovered Places in Italy. Today, we take you up to Bergamo Alta, a place that is often overlooked and mistaken for nothing more than a way through to Bergamo airport. You couldn’t be more wrong.
Scarlett reveals all on Interview Magazine
And that’s when I realized that by crying, I could get whatever I wanted …” Want to find out when Scarlett made the discovery all women make at a certain point in their lives? Was it when she got her SAT scores? She reveals all in an interview with Darren Aronofsky on Interview Magazine.
Venice abroad: The architecture of Croatia
On a mission to Croatia, Enrico Costantini frames the architectures that makes it so familiar to him. Why? Parts of Croatia was once controlled by the Republic of Venice and one of the things that La Serenissima left in heritage was its architecture…
NY intellectualism goes to Hollywood Jesse Eisenberg
There is no denying that Jesse Eisenberg has made it. Having transcended offbeat indie comedies and into the big leagues, will this year see the awards rolling in? His unique brand of NYC intellectual has brought Jesse to out attention, not only as a talented actor, which is undisputed, but also an alternative heartthrob.
The real life settings of Japanese cartoons
The Wind Rises by Hayao Myazaki is one of the most anticipated movies at Venice Film Festival, but where are his cartoons set and are there others that looked into reality to become beautiful stories for children and grown ups to enjoy?
The best hotels in Venice
Venice has one of the widest selection of hotels on offer, but it can be hard to find the right mix of authenticity, aesthetics and a central location. Swide has the best hotels in Venice right here.
The art of Venice’s Atelier Stefano Nicolao
In the light of Venice Carnival, Enrico Costantini found himself intrigued by the traditions that venetian ateliers and the way they work within theatre, film and for global events such as Carnivale di Venezia. He spoke to respected atelier Stefano Nicolao for Swide.