Series of conversations with inspiring people. I admire people and their diversity. I love talking with them, opening and broadening my mind for things that I haven’t known before. This is how my idea was born – to make interviews with young people living temporary in Florence. Thanks to the programme “Erasmus” and studying abroad I had an opportunity to meet people from all over the world – I had a chance to learn more about their culture, country and why they decided to go abroad. Of course pizza is our company in these special moments.
Many times while living in Florence, I’ve faced the opinion that Pisa is only associated with The Leaning Tower and nothing else. I’ve never been there before, so it wasn’t too hard to believe it and as a result, I tried to postpone my trip as much as I could. Then came this moment..
I’ve been to Milan once before, when I was 14 years old. I only saw the amazing Duomo and I ate an expensive and sub-par pizza in a place full of tourists. I experienced neither Milan nor real, Italian pizza. In the meantime I heard so many times that there’s nothing to see in, since it’s a big, barely ”Italian” city, where everyone is in a rush. A few times I typed “Milan” into a web search engine out of curiosity, just to see what it looked like. And almost every time the only search result was the Duomo. I couldn’t believe that in such a big city there was nothing more to see. This is why during the Easter holidays I went there to check out what’s going on in Milan.