The tourism industry depends on the many talents of its professionals but it also needs to rely on international arrivals, domestic business is not enough to keep afloat hotels, travel agents, tourist guides, meeting & wedding planners and many other professional of this relevant industry.
The Milan City Journal
Even if it is kind of early to clearly judge the spread of the coronavirus in the past 10 days, it seems that the softening of the extreme measures adopted so far has not caused any major peak in the epidemic curve. Phase three of the lockdown starts on the 18th of May
Itay and its natural and architectural wonders has been the set of countless movies: from the romantic comedies like Under the Tuscan Sun and Only You to action movies like The Tourist and the Netflix recently released 6 Underground. Read and find out the many movies to watch to visit Italy while stuck at home.
Walking the pavements along the most trafficked areas of the city could be almost impossible given the new one-meter-apart rule which has been recently proved to be effective. For this reason the mayor of Milan Giuseppe "Beppe" Sala has had approved by the municipal council a plan to add some spaces to be used as extra walking areas and bike lanes along the main arterial roads of the city, such as Corso Buenos Aires.
Among the many industries deeply affected by the economic crisis due to the coronavirus outbreak, the live event sector is probably the last one which will have a chance to recover. Live events mean large gatherings of people and the last thing that we need right now is to see so many people all under one roof. The containment measures adopted so far are working to stop the spread of the virus and there is nothing that the event professionals can do to turn their live events in people-less occasions. Virtual events are for sure an option but the total income generated by these experiences will not be enough to support the meeting industry.
Lady Gaga is going back to the silver screen but this time she is not going to use her astonishing voice and musical skills. She is to play Patrizia Gucci, the wife turned murder instigator of Maurizio Gucci, the heir of the Florentine brand.