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Museo Casa Ferrari, Mocena

The duel at Enzo Ferrari museum: a virtual vsit at the astonishing Museo Casa Enzo Ferrari in Modena, where a rare selection of old Maserati and Ferrari stand face to face for the very first time in history. October 2012, 1000 words, 20 hi-res pictures

Living with the car Italians love most

Living with a Panda: a long term test of the top seller car in Italy. How is everyday life with it in the heart of Emilia Romagna? September 2012, 2500 words, 25 hi-res pictures

Tell me what you see to tell you how you drive

Advanced driving lessons in Modena: we take a one day driving course at Autodromo di Modena and interview Dr. Guidetti, the man behind a brand new approach on safe driving. November 2012, 2500 words, 20 hi-res pictures

Driving the supercars of the dolce vita era

Maserati Classiche: we drive four vintage Maserati at Tazio Nuvolari’s birthplace. A rare 3500GT Vignale, a restored like new Mistral 4.0, a factory owned Quattroporte and a gutsy Ghibli in a purely Italian choreography. October 2012, 2700 words, 30 hi-res pictures

The best Ferrari ever? So far, yes!

Ferrari 458 Spider: driving fast the sexiest Ferrari ever on the hilly roads of Emilia Romagna is an exhilarating experience. The article can be combined with a travel story in the region of Parmigiano Reggiano and Lambrusco wine. May 2012, 2000 words, 20 hi-res pictures

MC Stradale in action

Maserati Gran Turismo MC Stradale: this is the most race bred Maserati today. 450 bhp surrounded by carbon fiber and alcantara cloth. I had it for three days and drove it hard in Italy. June 2012, 2000 words, 20 hi-res pictures

Parmigiano Reggiano at Sabbione, IT

Parmigiano Reggiano, the art behind the cheese: we visit a latteria in Sabbione, Italy and get the secrets of genuine parmesan cheese making. It takes 16 lts of milk for one kilo of Parmigiano Reggiano and many more years of experience. May 2012, 1500 words, 10 hi-res pictures

Wami river

Saadani National Park, the hidden gem of Tanzania: I lived for 15 months in this place among hippos, crocs and colobus monkeys. Read an insight article about life in the only coastal national park of east Africa. March 2012, 2500 words, 30 hi-res pictures

Torres del Paine

Ruta 40 – the Patagonian escape: we drive through the Patagonian steppe in a Land Rover Discovery3 from the most iconic route of latin America. June 2010, 2000 words, 30 hi-res pictures

Climbing on 6000 mt.

Huayna Potosi, my first attempt to 6000 mts: two amateur trekkers attempt to climb the 6.100 mts. summit of the Andes. The story goes from breathless nights in the camp to a midnight climb on snow, April 2010, 2500 words, 15 hi-res pictures

60 more travel articles…

  • Morocco markets: a trip from Fez to Marrakesh
  • Sahara adventure: Camel trekking in Merzuga
  • Chinguetti: the hidden gem of Sahara
  • Dakar Rally: an African adventure of the past
  • Dogon country: the people forgotten by history
  • Mt. Cameroun: trekking on top of West Africa
  • Congo river crossing: the worst place on earth?
  • Zambezi falls: bunjee jumping to a natural wonder
  • Okavango delta: the ultimate wildlife reserve
  • Mozambique archipelagos: time travel to colonial times
  • Serengeti & Ngorongoro: which is the best national park in the world?
  • Hajabe tribe: one night with the most primitive tribe in Africa
  • Interview with a Maasai chief
  • Mountain gorillas in D.R.Congo
  • Mursi people: the annoying discovery of Omo valley
  • Lalibela: the craziest place to spend Christmas time
  • Wadi Halfa: the end of the world
  • Driving in Egypt: in a crazy police convoy
  • Classic Jordan: from Wadi Rum to Petra
  • Sinai peninsula: the St. Catherine monastery
  • Cappadocia: the other gem of Turkey
  • The Iranian hospitality
  • Pakistan: the karakorum highway to China
  • A trip to Hindukush when Bin Laden was there
  • Kalasha tribe: wonderful people to be missed soon
  • Kashmir & Ladakh: the breathtaking roundtrip to Delhi
  • How is life in Kathmandu?
  • Goa before the tourists come
  • Kerala backwaters: the only silent place in India
  • Mumbai vs Chennai: which is worse for living?
  • Kuala Lumpur: the cosmopolitan metropolis
  • Taman Negara: the ancient jungle and its hidden tribe
  • Pukhet: the paradise seems hell to me
  • Living in Bangkok
  • Angkor Wat: the excellence of the Khmer
  • Surviving Vietnam from HCM to Hanoi
  • Luang Prabang: a town with French touch
  • Chiang Mai: my eternal hippy destination
  • Karen women: just a human zoo?
  • Sumatra long after the tsunami
  • Sulawesi: death rituals and lively nature
  • Australian outback: the great crossing
  • My favorite Australian parks
  • Sydney or Melbourne: where to live…
  • Route 66: the road museum of America
  • One day at Niagara falls
  • Manhattan first: Times sq. in an electric car
  • The best colonial city of Mexico?
  • Mundo Maya: a trip back to time of the Americas
  • Panama canal: how does it work
  • Darien gap, a trip to the end
  • Colombia beyond its reputation
  • Cuzco and Macchu Picchu by car
  • Bolivia: the death road and the great jungle circle
  • One night in the middle of Salar de Uyuni
  • Crossing Chile: the longest trip
  • Ruta 40: the ultimate road trip to Patagonia
  • Ushuaia: the end of the world with the first snow
  • Uruguay: why is it so calm?
  • Buenos Aires to Dakar: 15 days in a cargo vessel

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