• The Most Underrated Italian City

    The Most Underrated Italian City: Genova

    Only a few steps into the depths of the winding avenues that the sun hardly penetrates and you enter the quiet solitude of a city of history, with soft echoes of laughter and chatter that lightly fill your ears before they fade into indecipherable sounds. Down a narrow pathway, there’s a dimly lit square sign above the door of a trattoria that you never would expect to be exactly what you were looking for in the search of nothing at all. You sit down and…