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Rovereto – Live Your Italian Dream – Video


Rovereto is a picturesque city in the Northern Italian region of Trentino.

It has so much to offer in terms of natural beauty, history and art that it will take you at least a day just to scrape the surface of it all. After all this is where:

  • Mozart held his first concert in Italy;
  • the Italian futurist painter and graphic designed Fortunato Depero was born;
  • MART – one of Europe’s most important modern and contemporary art museums – is located; and where
  • the Italian War History Museum is housed in a medieval castle.

I visited Rovereto at the end of August this year and I have been thinking and reminiscing about it ever since. Straight after my visit, I wrote this article about the city, showcasing its beauty and its points of interest.

So, when it was time to work on

my very first proper travel video

Rovereto was my top choice for a subject matter.

In just over a minute, I have tried to show you the most important things which make this city so special and so worth it of a visit when you are in Italy. Definitely delve deeper though, as there is so much more to see and enjoy there (without the suffocating crowds which besiege the more well-known Italian cities).

Watch the video now and let me know what you think!


As this is my very first proper travel video and as I taught myself how to do it, I am sure there is a large margin for improvement. So, any feedback will be appreciated.

Feel free to share the video with your friends and social media contacts. I would be really chuffed if it reaches as many people as possible. Ta!



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Copyright Notice: The soundtrack of the video is Mozart’s Divertimento in F major, K.138/125c beautifully performed by Das Orchester Tsumugi and downloaded from MusOpen. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.

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Hello! I am Rossi - a Bulgarian currently living in England after 6 years in Italy which were preceded by 14 years in England. This is my blog about my life in these three countries and travels around Europe with history and culture in mind. For regular updates, please, subscribe to my newsletter and follow me on social media online. You can also get in touch via the Contacts form or by commenting on the articles in my blog.

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