"Wealth doesn't bring you happiness." The Boston Consulting Group's regular Sustainable Economic Development Assessment (SEDA), the ranking that measures the well-being of citizens in 143 countries around the world, seems to confirm the old saying.
Countries nowadays are not only facing the brain drain of the youngest. The over 65-year-old, once retired, also like to spend their retirement years abroad. But which are the best countries to retire to?
If you like to discover news places and enjoy trying new food, keep on reading. In this article, we present to you some of be most beautiful villages in Italy and their gastronomic delights.
Castelsardo Greve in Chianti Certaldo
How much do foreign tourists appreciate Italy when they spend their holidays in “il Bel Paese”? Let's have a look at a survey carried out by the Bank of Italy that was included in the Report on Regional Economies.
In Florence you can find an old Franciscan monastery dating from the 15th century that has been converted into a modern luxury hotel. The Hotel San Michele, part of the Belmond chain, boasts a façade attributed to Michelangelo himself.
Are you thinking about integrating smart home solutions into your daily life? Here is some data from the Smart Home Observatory of Trovaprezzi. it on how the Italians are opening their doors to artificial intelligence.
Smart home – findings from the Observatory
Autumn is a slow season in Italy; little by little, the trees change colour, the leaves fall off the branches to the ground forming a colourful carpet, and the animals prepare to crawl into a long winter sleep.
One of the most beautiful destinations for a weekend trip or a short holiday in autumn is Trentino-Alto Adige. Trento and Bolzano are among the greenest cities in Italy and in the Non Valley there is a castle well worth a visit: Castel Thun. Let's take a tour.