If I have to do a little retrospective about my personal 2015, it would be quite hard to decide what hits my own top 5. I lost the count of how many flights took me all over the planet and I have too many experiences still floating around in my head. In terms of travelling, I think I can put everything in one big pot, because I was never disappointed of the places I chose to see. When it comes to all the musical events I’ve been to, I can be only super grateful either: I’ve seen as many festivals and live acts like never before, and it’s very easy for me to make a choice of my favourite events.
Baloise Session 2015 – Philipp Poisel (D) / Paolo Nutini (SCO): From Heart to Soulart, Baloise Session, Basel, Blog, Caustic Love, Concert, Live, Music, Paolo Nutini, Philipp Poisel, Songwriter, Switzerland
Switzerland may not be the tropical island surrounded by deep blue sea as I wish it was, but it has a lot to offer especially in terms of cultural events. For its tiny size compared to other European countries, it offers an extremely wide range of musical happenings all year round. Baloise Session is one of them.
Montreux Jazz Festival 2015: Where Magic HappensAlabama Shakes, Blog, Festival, Inspiration, Montreux, Montreux Jazz Festival, Music, Paolo Nutini, Switzerland, travel
I am a big fan of Montreux. If you are in Switzerland during summertime you absolutely can’t miss this place. It’s the riviera of our little country, where the lake gets a deep turquoise colour and you feel vacation vibes from everywhere. And you can’t obviously miss the legendary Montreux Jazz Festival!
How you should spend 36 hours in MilanConcert, Food, Italy, Live, Milano, Paolo Nutini, Restaurants, Sightseeing
Ciao a tutti!
I have been in Milan the last time surely 7 years ago, so I it was definetly time to go again. And, oh boy, I spent one of the best weekends of this season! Being one of Italy’s biggest cities, Milan belongs automatically to the epicentre of happening. There’s a lot of sightseeing and culture in here, but as we know, the time on a weekend can be quite limited. So if you’re planning to be in North Italy you might be glad to have some tips for a big city like Milan. So let’s start this mini survival guide: Milan in 36 hours.
Rome Sweet Rome – Rock in Roma 2014Ariana Guesthouse, da Robertino, Italy, L'allegra Fattoria, Paolo Nutini, Rock in Roma, Roma, Rome
Ciao Roma! Oh it was soo great to take a flight to my home country!
It’s not a secret that I use to travel around to see a band or a deejay if they’re not in my hometown currently. Fact is, if I am warped by a certain beat/lyric/melody I can’t help it and I want to see as much as I can live to absorb the energy which that particular kind artist has to offer. For me, there’s no more perfect thing to combine concerts and trips together: I have the chance to attend concerts, see different cities (sometimes, Again!) and learn some more on my way.