Top 3 Particularities of Escorts from Italy

Italy, even more so than France, is the country of love. Italians know how to love and appreciate beauty in everything, from music, to art, to food, to wine, to people. They are passionate and have a fiery Mediterranean spirit that allows them to enjoy extreme highs and extreme lows in equal measures, under the understanding that the lows will never last long anyway. It is not for nothing that the phrases “la dolce vita” (the sweet life) and “la bella vita” (the beautiful life) are such famous expressions that are known and used all over the world. So what can you expect from an Italian escort? And these are getting more and more frequent over Internet… as seen on What are the top 3 particularities of escorts from Italy?

1 – They Look Great and They Know it!

Italian women are notoriously beautiful, even without fancy clothes or makeup. However, Italy is also one of the true hearts of fashion, so the women know how to accentuate their natural beauty with fantastic clothes as well. It seems that this is something that they were either born with, or that was spoon fed to them from being young. When you are in Italy, you will never find a woman who is badly dressed, regardless of their age. The best thing is, however, that Italian women know they are beautiful. This gives them a type of confidence that borders on arrogance. They know they will turn heads and they know they can get, and deserve nothing less than, the best. So if you have an Italian escort on your arm, everybody will immediately know that you are in fact the best.

2 – They Are Incredibly Passionate

It is a known fact that women are far more emotional than men. However, Italian women take this to a whole new level. They have true emotional intelligence and they can read you and your emotional needs like a book. Sure, they can also cry buckets reading a Hallmark card, but they will make sure the Hallmark card you end up receiving is exactly the one that is right for you. Additionally, they love to express their emotions physically, which is great if you have booked an escort.

3 – They Love to Eat

Finally, Italian women love food. They truly live for it, spend ages discussing it and love scrutinising menus. No rabbit food or celery sticks for them. They want something that has flavour and that will give them true pleasure and enjoyment. An Italian woman focuses on the quality of the food, rather than on the quantity. Hence, she would rather eat a small lobster that is cooked to perfection and be left somewhat hungry, than to purchase a cheap supersized meal from McDonald’s. Clearly, you need to be ready to wine and dine your Italian escort, but at least you will see her enjoy what she is eating, which makes a pleasant change from other women, who pick at their food and leave most of it untouched, just because they worry about their weight.

Will hot Italians legalize prostitution?

Italy is really the hub to all catchy and interesting things. Everything in the country from cast to culture, travel to shopping, charm to passion and rules to prostitution is amazingly outstanding. Women in Italy are so catchy and beautiful that anyone can lose its heart to the charming beauty.  That’s why, women who are willing to work as commercial sex worker turns into escort their and earn good money through their potential customers. Prostitution is completely legal in Italy but some unethical practices like human trafficking, child prostitution and forced prostitution is forbidden throughout the continent.

Europe is already a well known hub to potential escorts and apart from the people from local area, international tourists also takes interest to enjoy their services frequently. When it comes upon legalization of Asian escort industry there, things vary country to country, in some countries even prostitution itself is an illegal practice while in others’ it has been legalized but running well organized brothel has not been allowed.

In Italy, as escort jobs are completely legalized, even street prostitution has higher rate. In this direction, sometimes illegal practices also come to light such as human trafficking and forced prostitution. As per a report Italy has higher number of victims bearing human trafficking. In order to stop these practices, government is planning to launch some effective rules.

Although, the increased rate of prostitution in the country seems not to be controlled easily still the main objective of the government resides on to control of intolerable crimes in this filed. No doubt, that the escort industry being run in Italy is basically formed up of domestic Italian women only who find it easier and interesting to make good money by catching attention of foreign clients over them. Apart from them, women from Western countries, African, Indonesian, Chinese, Turkish etc. constitute major percentage of active escorts in the industry.

Secret Truths of an Italian Escort Image

Italian escorts… Of course, they are different, because generations differ from each other, as well as social circles, everyday life of these girls starting from cheerful Friday parties and special festive occasions. What are the secrets of Italian escorts? How do they look like?

Italians are shoppers; they can’t live without shopping, as well as without morning cup of espresso. The obligatory clothes are black trousers, a black dress and a beautiful coat. Italian escorts are very feminine. It is they who put on shoes and coquettish throat-wraps on New Year’s Eve, despite frost. They suggested first wearing t-shirts with a half covered shoulder. This is the power of their mentality, but all of them want to be sexy.12

Italian escorts prefer multiple layers in clothes. They choose one pair of shoulder-straps put on the second one and then the tunic with a light cardigan. All clothes are combined according to colour and texture. The image is usually completed with a refined scarf. Italians escorts prefer asymmetrical clothes of one colour shade, instead of combinations of different colours. In everyday life Italian escorts choose casual style, because it is practical and convenient.

There are a lot of things that distinguish British escorts form Italian. For example, most Italian escorts impress their UK clients with an big number of shoes. For every day they choose casual footwear — flats, sneakers and even uggs. But in the evening Italian escorts put on high heels. Italian escorts can put on open sandals with high heels at any time in spite of the weather, because it is bellissimo. Besides, Italians take care of fashion trends, they put on a lot of jewellery, large, bright and unique. They have jewelry for any occasion. Italian escorts like sunglasses very much. It is the main accessory for them. It is a real must-have for them. Italian girls wear sunglasses with pleasure. And of course, it is difficult to imagine Italian girl without handbags and clutches, and scarves… a lot of scarves!

Italian escorts have a very remarkable and very important advantage. It is their magnificent hair! Brilliant, well-groomed and well cut, heavy waves of hair falling down on brittle shoulders. Italians escorts take care about hair and practically every week the Italian escort goes to her hairstylist. Italians have thick and beautiful hair.

Everyone knows that Italians escorts are always slim and well-built. It is all because they go to sport gyms and swimming pool. This hobby amplifies during the New Year’s and Christmas holidays. During the holidays even the laziest Italian escorts go to gyms in order to lose extra kilos.

In general, Italian escorts are very sociable, cheerful, and light-minded. They like to have a good time in the company of their friends and clients, of course. They like pizzerias, bars, discos and small romantic restaurants. If you have met the girl of indefinite age, well-built, always laughing loudly and with a great hair, don’t doubt – it is one of Italian escorts!

Italians And Russians

Italian and Russian stereotypes are the two most impressive groups of the world. Although, the American stereotype is dominating over both of these stereotypes still nowadays these stereotypes are highly preferred by people who want to get well cultured partner or call girls-
Below are some key features of the Italian culture

Italian stereotype

The first and the most important thing about the Italian stereotype is that these people prefer family over everything. They never avoid sparing nice time with the family. On other hand, they want to spend leisure with the partner of opposite sex for passion, drama, theatre and romance. They praise beauty and beautiful figure. Loyalty for home town is the utmost feature they possess. Although Italy has higher number of divorces but almost all married and family owned people give sufficient time to the family.

Russian stereotype

The first important thing to know about Russians is that they love their country and countrymen very much still some common things within all Russian people cannot be ignored if one is looking a partner within them. Most of the Russian people are alcoholic and suspicious. They cannot be expected for being vegetarian. Another shocking point about their attitude is that they often give too many advices even if you don’t want so. Like Italy people, Russians are not that much music lover to develop good rock and pop music. Overall these people are thought to be conservative and narrow minded. They are very traditional and even believe on wicked powers and fear to be around black people.

Shopping in Italy

I dreamt about shopping in Italy: luxurious shoes and top brands, attractive and sexy dress, watches and perfumes! Moreover, sales..sales..sales!

So, before going to Italy for shopping I made huge resource and find out the best places, which I want to visits: molls, outlets and local shops. My trip was just 2 days shopping tour – so I got not too much time.
Day first: I come to Fiumicino airport. Cannot say that I like this airport too much: very expensive costs for brand clothes like HUGO BOSS; not great service of Italian staff people in cafes – even rather bad espresso – for me it is terrible for Italy – shame; always mobs of people near password control. I booked a car near Fiumicino, used eurocar – I like this company and always booked cars all over the globe using it. Nice people working in this company all over the world, reasonable price for cars + insurance. What more can you desire? Only good way to first shopping center.6

My first shopping center – was Castel Romano, it is designer outlet near Rome – about 25 km. Way was easy, road great, music on radio fantastic. Castel Romano – advantages and disadvantages of this outlet. 1 – if you want to have quality clothes – yes you will find it there, but no relevant sizes of most items, clothes with spoilage: I was in a hurry to buy more clothes for all members of my family and did not pay attention of rejects in many, really many clothes. See examples: spots in baby Adidas costumes (which cannot be moved) – I paid for it 18 euro, patch in Adidas child shoes for 22 euro, no one stone in MK watch – 150 euro, out-of-the-way hole in female Guess trousers for 48 euro, Guess evening dress with small hole, which I surely didn’t see for 98 euro, fantastic Valentino cloak without button – 520 euro. I was happy with shopping on the moment of shopping, but when I come back – I felt depressed with all rejects. So, pay more attention in choosing clothes on spoilage – remember you will not have possibility to take them back.

My second shopping day I spend in local Rome shops – buying unknown but very interesting brand clothes and went to PIAZZA DI SPAGNA. I really liked Rome local clothes shops: fantastic design – cheap price: t-shirt – 8-10 euro, dress – 20-60 euro, trousers – 12-50 euro, bags from 2 euro even! Moreover, luxurious bijouterie and costume jewellery from 15 euro. Really fantas7tic! PIAZZA DI SPAGNA very big street with luxurious, top brand shops. Costs are magnificent, but I was planning to buy something there – so prepare 1000 euro for it. What I was able to buy at PIAZZA DI SPAGNA shops (expensive prices I saw only coming to Russia)  for 1000 euro: Baldinini shoes or Dolce & Gabbana new season jeans, Fausto Santini leather bag or Frette colorful chair, Giorgio Armani dress or many accessories in La Coppola Storta (was so many – so I cannot choose even one – did not buy anything). I did not buy these things which I mentioned – because my salary in 1000 euro per month and I understand what is money and how much should I work for Dolce & Gabbana new season jeans, so I went to MAC cosmetics shop and got some good quality lipsticks and powder for me and my best friend: total sum: 120 euro. I was very happy and my friend as well.
So, this is my 2 days shopping trip to Rome. Next time I am planning to go in winter and explore more new shops, shopping centers and outlets and surely will share with you my opinion about shopping in Italy.

Italian Modern Art

Speaking about Italian modern art, we firstly mean Futurism and Cubism movements. The term “Italian Modern Art” includes paintings, sculpture, industrial and graphic design, interior or home design, ceramics, music and theater, clothes fashion, architecture, even gastronomy and culture of drinking wine, globally new way, modern way of thinking.

Futurism is movement, which admires youth and new ways of live, including cars and planes, speed and technologies. Representatives of futurism are for industrial cities and against old cultural and artistic traditions, politics and their laws, rules. The leading futurists were Giacomo Balla, Carlo Carra, Umberto Boccioni. “Universal Dynamism” this term used futurists for their way of writing masterpieces, paintings.  Breaking light and color down into a field of stippled dots and stripes – modern technology of Futurism, they called it “Divisionism”. With this technology was started new movement – Cubism.22

Avant-garde movement – Cubism starts in the early 20th. Cubists turned to works to translate into three dimensions: objects are fully analyzed, broken up and reassembled in an abstracted form. This technology we can see in all Cubists paintings. The top leading artists of this movement were: Georges Braque, Paul Cézanne, Pablo Picasso, Robert Delaunay, Jean Metzinger, Albert Gleizes, Henri Le Fauconnier, Fernand Leger.

Cubism in architecture it is link between old movements and new way of seeing buildings. In Cubism architecture we see the style different to old formal standards, it is characteristics: simple multiplicity, faceting of not ordinary form, spatial ambiguity, transparency. Cubism is an architectural style, which is needed not to refer to past. La Maison Cubiste is the most popular building of Cubism movement. “La Maison Cubiste was a fully furnished house, with a staircase, wrought iron banisters, a living room—the Salon Bourgeois, where paintings by Marcel Duchamp, Metzinger (Woman with a Fan), Gleizes, Laurencin and Léger were hung—and a bedroom. It was an example of L’art décoratif, a home within which Cubist art could be displayed in the comfort and style of modern, bourgeois life. Spectators at the Salon d’Automne passed through the full-scale 10-by-3-meter plaster model of the ground floor of the facade, designed by Duchamp-Villon” (taken from

Cubism is well-known modern movement, which includes many paintings and architectural works.  But the main idea of this movement to change old way of people’s thinking – to start new modern cultural life full of speed motions, youth ideas and 3 dimension way of thinking.

The Study of Italian People & Culture

Nature and beliefs of Italian People

The people of Italy are warm hearted by nature. These people like to relax and enjoy merry making.people Italians love to celebrate parties and festivals by socializing with friends and family.  They celebrate and relax with their family and friends either at home or in a majestic restaurant. Italian people enjoy eating traditional cuisines.  These people are very fond of talking while having their daily meals. In Italy conversation is considered as an art to socialize. If you walk in the Italian streets and stop at a café or city square then you will find Italians of diverse ages busy in doing discussions on a variety of topics like work, family, politics, wine, food and sports especially on football. The piazza also known as square remains the meeting point of people living in villages and cities of Italy. It does not matter how big or small a piazza is, you will definitely find people sitting there and involved in general discussions.

Italian citizenship and nationality

The law of Italian nationality is that law that tells us about the way through which a person can acquire and transfer Italian nationality. Similar to other European nations the Italian law of citizenship is based on jus sanguine. The principal of Jus Sanguine  applies to those people who are born to stateless parents or to those parents who cannot transfer their nationality to their off springs. According to Italian law that was enforced on 27th April 1983, Italian parents can adopt foreign minor children by transferring Italian nationality to them.

Spending the stay in Italy for 1000 Euros

Spending the stay in Italy for 1000 Euros

Italy is certainly among the most beautiful locations in the whole world and that is the only reason why millions of tourists come to visit Italy from different parts of the world. This is also true that visiting such an exotic location means to spend lot of money on the hotels, restaurants and on the other necessary expenses related to staying in the beautiful country.

If the tourists are planning to visit Italy for the vacations or any other purpose and they have not got any kind of means and higher budget then they do not have to worry too much about this because there are some tips and the methods through which these people can enjoy the cheap stay in Italy. First of all the tourists need to make their plans for the holidays and the vacations in the peak seasons. It is very important first to get the tour guide of the country to where you are going and know maximum things about that place. That will only going to help the people and there are various people who does that.1000

Off season in Italy

The off peak season normally falls in the month of the February to May and also in the month of the September till the last of January. In these months it is usually seen that the accommodations in Italy is very cheap as very lesser number of people visit the country during this time. Therefore the chances of finding the lower accommodation and the hotel rooms become that much higher. The hotel fares during this off peak season can go down to thirty to forty percent of what it used to be in the normal months. So that can be way much cheaper than what the tourists must have thought of. There are many tourists coming to Italy and are staying in these off peak season for cheaper fares and some of them can even live in the country for lesser than one thousand Euros which can sound pretty illogical but it is true. The other thing which the tourists must do is to book the vacation tickets at the earliest possible time because if they make any kind of delays in this the tickets will not be available any more.

Lesser rates of accommodation

The hotels and the restaurants also tend to provide the lower rates for the people who are on vacation and who have booked their tickets well ahead of time. They can easily get some kind of discount and rebate in the stay and also in the food. People also need to check out for the best food and the cuisine as Italy is famous for the Pizza, pasta and other wines also. Turin is also a popular tourist destination spot of the country although it is not so much popular but still has got various tourist spots and the destination spots. It is located in Piedmont area of the country which is located in the north western region of the nation. This is the city which is pretty famous for the chocolates, fun, enjoyment, football and Turin Shroud. Being closer to the Alps this place is also famous for the skiing holiday in the country.

Better cooking – The best food – Italy!

Wine, fantastic dishes and Italian people go hand in hand. Those who want to learn more about Italian food – cannot do so without Italian herbs and products, surely Italian spices as well.

Sorrento Coast pleased visitors to come and enjoy Italy while staying in authentic condaminimums, villas and luxurious or calm homes.  Part of the overall experience is learning to cook Italian food and understand taste of good wine.  Modern cooking schools are the best and relevant way to get a perfect taste of Sorrento away from Rome and other traffic cities.niu
There are a lot of schools of how to cook and how to drink in Italy. The most popular classes in Sorrento Coast combine rustic Italian dishes with a modern touch for the full experience of the Italian lifestyle.  Experts have a combined 50 years in the cooking and dining industry, and they have a perfect taste and the best education.

Tourists can visit these classes every day – every day is the best solution, because people can’t learn to cook without the full experience of hands on training, so the cooking classes should be held every day.
“Sorrento Coast Italian food classes are for the visitors that are pleased to the traditional Italian dishes and would like to find out our style and respect for dishes in a lively environment. Sorrento Coast schools are aimed to create conditions for participants to easily produce a complete menu.  To be honest, we try to give particular attention to organic and local ingredients,” said Maria.

Being in Italy, everyone should taste two things: pasta and Italian espresso! But after visiting Sorrento food classes every person should be able to cook 10 fantastic Italian dishes, pasta is the first!

Design Of Italy

Such masters of the Fifties and Sixties as Aulenti, Castiglioni and Magistretti did a very good job indeed if we consider that during those years Italy became a crossroads for a new generation of creative minds on an international scale. For industrial, furniture and car design, Italian style stands out for its blend of imagination and precision planning. The reason for this is that Italy is full of excellent training institutes, avant-garde design schools and university faculties and exhibitions abound as do centres for communication and shows. werThe scenario today is immensely varied and dynamic with distribution and production systems that are high on flexibility and a great many companies behind the new names in young and talented designers.

Italian design combines functionality with irony, focusing also on materials formerly regarded as waste or makeshift products allowing objects to be successfully reinvented. Italian design is pleasing and fluid yet complex as well, being charged with emotion and filled with suggestiveness and unrest reflecting concerns expressed through the the media and world communication. So apart from being functional. many objects also contain a highly humane and emotional element, and indeed this type of design is classified as “emotional design”.

Another category is “convivial design”, a term coined by Aldo Cibic to describe certain types of tables and chairs as well as imaginative lamps, stainless steel pan sets and small objects. In the field of home interiors, modern design has found the ultimate means of materialising functionality, exemplified in Italan designers’ splendid sofas and famous armchairs or else in original room dividers. In contrast with emotional trends, works of severe rationality come into their own thanks to careful research into materials, colours and fabrics; one such example is the way in which design is applied to lighting, resulting in the creation of fine lamps for offices.

There are even sculptors who have turned to design, in whose works “design is enriched with the fantastic moods of sculpture”.