August 2023 Newsletter
I hope you are having a fantastic summer!
Sorry you haven’t heard from me lately; I’ve been quietly working behind the scenes on rebranding and expanding!
July probably wasn’t the best time to take on the task of a site makeover as it was at the start of a busy travel season. Quite a few last-minute itinerary requests came in, but in the end, with the help of my expert team (thanks, Adam, Alex, and Darcia!) we pulled it off.
It’s almost done, and all will be revealed in September.
In the meantime, check out the new logo and icon, which combines my American origins and life in Italy. You can read more about the meaning and backstory here.
Here in Italy, the heat wave is slowly cooling down. I hope you are staying cool!
Below are some links to some information I hope you find helpful. Please follow the social media channels and feel free to contact me with any questions.
Enjoy the rest of the summer!
All my best,
The Celia in Italy online platform has a new look! The online platform comprising MilanoStyle.com, LakecomoStyle.com and ItalyTravelStyle.com showcasing the essence of Italian lifestyle and travel, is delighted to announce the launch of its new logo and icon design. The Design The incorporation of the Bourbon Lily and stars embodies Celia’s commitment to … Continue reading
Milan, renowned for its luxury fashion and exquisite boutiques, is an ultimate shopping haven. Discover why Milan is such a sought-after destination for shoppers, as we delve into its reputation for luxury shopping and its status as a popular hub for fashion connoisseurs. Prepare to be captivated by the glamour, elegance, and style that Milan … Continue reading
If you like “slow” and “quiet”, then Mandello del Lario is for you. Easy to get to by train from the Milan Central station. It’s a perfect day trip or weekend getaway. Location Mandello del Lario is about 10 km north of Lecco, which is 66 km north of Milan. The city lies on the eastern shore … Continue reading
Train travel in Italy is very efficient, and the new fast intercity trains make traveling in Italy by train pleasurable. However, it is always wise to stay up to date and check on transportation strikes, especially during the spring and summer months. When traveling short distances or in the summer months when traffic is overwhelming, … Continue reading
Travel tip: I visited Venice the other day. It wasn’t raining, but the main square San Marco was flooded. I’m told it happens often due to changing tides and air pressure. Tourists waiting to get into the cathedral were shin-deep in water. Bring flip-flops in your bag in case you need to walk through it. And a change of clothes for your kids, who will want to swim in it!
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