Milano is my base, the city where I grew up and that I live most in everyday life.
It is a somewhat hectic but at the same time beautiful city.
It is the city, one of the few in Italy, where you can breathe an international air in everyday life.
In these pandemic days, everything has obviously changed a bit, but the city is already recovering, with many initiatives and solutions, from the outdoor areas of the premises, which have sprung up everywhere, which I personally appreciate very much, to the classic summer events Milanese as the open-air cinema “Arianteo” revised and corrected with masks, disinfectant and ordinance social distancing.
These and other initiatives show me daily that the city, if all of us Milanese are willing to accept some temporary inconvenience, is perfectly capable of returning to life and perhaps even improving, perhaps partially sacrificing some of its frenzy (and some parking space) in exchange for more open spaces and a more reasoned, less "running" lifestyle but without losing the dynamism that characterizes us.
As a good Milanese I have (and will always have) a love-hate relationship with her, which changes constantly depending on my mood, climate and traffic.