Italy seen through the lens of foreign journalists. Art, history, food, people, sport, landscape, nature of one of the most beautiful countries in the world. Maarten van Aalderen is a Dutch journalist who has lived in Italy for many years where he has been four times President of the Foreign Journalists Professional Association. The author has interviewed 25 colleagues who work as correspondents from Italy, asking them what they love about their host country: these include Udo Gumpel (Germany), Gina de Azevedo Marques (Brazil), Esma Cakir (Turkey), Rossend Domènech (Spain), Mihaela Iordache (Romania), Nacéra Benali (Algeria), Petri Burtsov (Finland), Elena Pouchkarskaia (Russia), Monica Larner (U.S.A.), Mahdi El Nemr (Egypt), Peter Loewe (Sweden), Jesper Storgaard Jensen (Denmark), Elena Llorente (Argentina), Sivan Kotler (Israel), Ma Sai (China), Carmen Cordoba (Colombia), Agnieszka Zakrzewicz (Poland), Hamid Masoumi Nejad (Iran), Teodoro Andreadis Synghellakis (Greece), Philip Willan (England), Richard Heuzé (France), Josephine McKenna (Australia), Tetsuro Akanegakubo (Japan), Megan Williams (Canada) and Sarah Venema (The Netherlands). Foreword by José Rallo, Donnafugata.