In my opinion, Italian food is the best in the world, and Italy is easily one of the most beautiful countries in the world. But Italy is so much more than just that. Now, you can try to argue against these statements, but you know it’s true.
First of all, Italy is CULTURE which derives from history, art, traditions, excellence, internal differences and so on.
So please, let’s stop defining Italy as just a beautiful country where you can have a good, hearty meal: You are missing a lot.
The Crisis is Still on at Bella Italia
Unfortunately, Italy is still affected by a terrible crisis. Since 2008, Italy’s economy has been gradually declining. Families have been struggling to pay their bills, and young people, like myself, have never known Italy without the crisis. This word is heard everywhere…
Italy would be a very strong economic country in principle. Italy is number one in many areas: The amount and the quality of works of art, architecture, churches, the production of genuine leather, fashion (thanks to Milan), food (of course, their famous dishes: pizza and pasta), Prosecco (which I still prefer to Champagne), and the list goes on…
Another important aspect of Italy is that it is the home of many inventive, notable people. We are a country of artists. I do not know what inspires us; perhaps it is the picturesque landscapes or the numerous works of art… But there is the genius inside Italians, that it is why there are many and many artisans who love to express themselves through arts and crafts.
This crisis is affecting so much more than just Italy’s economy, it is affecting our creativity as well. Creative people are losing their minds trying to achieve something that seems very far, and increasing taxation and bureaucracy are to blame.
The only thing left in their eyes is hope. I know many of them. There’s a silent desperation in their eyes which tell a story of sorrow and suffering, as well as betrayal by a country which once made them proud of their nationality.
The Bright Side of the Crisis
The crisis will hopefully be regarded by foreigners as a way to help the country and to make great deals at the same time. This really is the ideal time to invest in such a premium place, especially in real estate where the bargain is just around the corner. For instance, there are many beautiful villas in dreamy locations all over Italy for very little money.
I welcome and strongly encourage all the foreigners who love Italy as much as I do to invest in this amazing place.
How is it possible that such a wonderful country is experiencing such a devastating crisis? I do not want to fall in the usual cliché of blaming the political classes, I just want to launch a cry for help.
Please, help save Italy. Whether you are Italian or not, you can help Italy grow back to its original and antique beauty.
At the moment I am promoting the sale of this wonderful VILLA (farm house) in Tuscany. If you are interested, just contact me.