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A taste of Montecarlo on the Caspian Sea


The image that a tourist gets from the capital of Azerbaijan is the one of a very dynamic and enjoyable place, with a nice large waterfront on the Caspian Sea, luxury boutiques and – especially in the Old Town – an amazing heritage to be discovered.


Garden of Eden


Famous for being a popular destination among surf lovers, Bali is also characterised by a very intense spirituality, lovely smiling people and by an incredibly variety of landscapes.


London calling, yes I was there too...


London, probably the world's capitals. Some different images about one of the most diverse and heterogeneous city I have ever visited.


Concrete jungle where dreams are made of...

New York

"Grew up in a town that is famous as the place of movie scenes. Noise was always loud, there are sirens all around and the streets are mean. If I can make it here, I can make it anywhere, that's what they say. Seeing my face in lights or my name on marquees found down on Broadway. Even if it ain’t all it seems, I got a pocketful of dreams... "


Boosting China


It's not easy to describe Shanghai, especially using a photo gallery. The risk is to limit the description of the city to its lights, its skyscrapers, the modern Pudong, the neo-classical Bund... As every megalopolis, Shanghai has different souls cohabiting all together: I hope I was able to capture at least one of them.


Walking around its “arrondissement”


Everyone, photographer or not, has a good reason to visit Paris and to describe this city with a proper photo gallery. No need to say that the capital of France is one of the most beautiful city of the world, and it is definitely impossible to remain indifferent.


A land of temples and priests


One of the main gateways to South India, one of the world's fastest growing cities and the second longest beachfront of any municipality in the world.


Along the Danube's Banks


Probably one of the most "European cities of Europe", Budapest surprises visitors for its beautiful landscapes and architectures.


The city where I was born...


...The city where I still go to find myself. Florence is a jewel - I think few places in the world are so dense of history, landmarks, beauty, masterpieces.


A World Apart


Walking down the Ramblas, exploring the “Barrio Gotico” or admiring the masterpieces of Antoni Gaudi’ are already three excellent reasons to visit the capital of Catalonia.


Not only for shopping...


One of the world fashion capitals, Milan has much more to offer than shopping experiences. The city is a mix of hidden squares, magnificent buildings, churches and monuments... everything topped by a vibrant social and cultural life.


The quintessence of a fly&drive trip


Driving around the Country along its long roads, despite some annoying police's scams, is the best way to see many beautiful place, meet people living in villages and experiencing authentic delicious Moroccan food.


"If the Earth was a single state...


"...Istanbul would be its capital". Napoleon Bonaparte said this, and it is even more true nowadays. Istanbul is the only city in the world suspended between Europe and Asia, and makes of its contrasts one of its most attractive characteristics.


Driving around Oman, following the instinct.


If I'm asked to say three things I will never forget about Oman, I would not have any doubt: the kindness of its people, always ready to welcome you; the blue of its sky, which during my stay was always clean and incredibly intense; the amazement for its variety, from forts and castles to sea and desert.


Walking along its streets.


It's not easy to be described, but I found Berlin a place where a big contrast is still permeating all around: from one side there is the new "post-wall" Berlin with its modern architectures, reconstructed museums and futuristic squares; from the other one, there is the old Berlin with its history of Nazism and war - the real one, as well as the "cold one".


Testing my Nikon D800


The short collection I present here is just an "aperitif" of what the city offers. Ah, the camera test was good and, now, it is part of my set...




From Tokyo, down to Shikoku for the Awa Odori Festival, and down again to Kyushu before going up and up to Hokkaido. And down again to Tokyo. A tour of colours, cities, nature, food and traditions.


"Welcome to Jordan!"


This is what people - including police stopping my car at check-points - say when they meet a tourist. And they do it always smiling, in a kind way, showing their appreciation for your visit to their Country. Jordan, no wonder, is famous for its hospitality, and I can only confirm this.

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