Most beautiful villages in Italy: Venosa and Melfi

Most beautiful villages in Italy: Venosa and Melfi

Those who follow me on this blog since it was still called SomeTravelAgo.com or those who joined my virtual family on Instagram already know what my favorite city in Italy is: Matera. Today, however, we discover among the most beautiful villages in Italy, those that are located in Basilicata.

Swiss Watches | Initium, an experience not to be missed

Swiss Watches | Initium, an experience not to be missed

Initium invites you to its laboratory in the heart of beautiful Geneva, to offer you introductory courses in watchmaking, accessible to all.
Some courses involve creating your watch together with the owners, choosing each piece so that it is unique as well as an unforgettable memory and experience.

Olympics | The Olympic Museum of Lausanne

Olympics | The Olympic Museum of Lausanne

The Olympic Museum is sites in Lausanne as well as the International Olympic Committee (IOC) which settled in the city in 1914. The museum takes you on a journey through the diversity and richness of the Olympics. It is not just any museum, it is a concept that embraces the Olympic collections, commitment, dedication, dreams.

Petra in one day, step by step guide

Petra in one day, step by step guide

On our wonderful planet there are very few human elements fused so much and completely that don’t clash with the landscape around. One of these is the mysterious city of Petra.

5 things to see in Syracuse | Visit Italy

5 things to see in Syracuse | Visit Italy

We are in a wonderful city with a thousand-year history: it is counted among the largest metropolises of the classical age, was home of the mathematician Archimedes and a fortress in Spanish times… so it shouldn’t be a surprise that it’s part of the protected UNESCO heritage. Let’s discover 5 things to see in Syracuse!

Martina Pieralli

Owner | Editor & SMM

My life motto? “Whatever your hand finds to do, do it with all your might.

Emma Framarin

Editor

Everyone has that friend who says it’s not far away and can be reached on foot even when it’s a hundred kilometers away, isn’t it?

Gianluca Dalessandro

Photographer

Don’t take away his Reflex. But also its lenses, the GoPro, his smartphone, the drone..

Lucia Pugliese

Webmaster

Loves the internet and does not hold back when it comes to creative and ambitious projects. Her secret weapon? WordPress!

Martina Pieralli

Born in 1992, with an entrepreneurial and creative spirit,
Martina opens her first site in 2016 and soon discovers the incredible opportunities that the Web offers her.
She specializes in Copywriting and SEO language right from the start, to then achieve the certification of Social Media Manager and complete his studies up to mastering all the tools of the Web, making them her own.

Today she is Digital Manager, performs services as a copywriter, deals with Social management and helps individuals, freelancers and SMEs to develop their presence on the Web.

 

Martina Pieralli for SomeTravelAgo

 

From the passion for travel and the need to write that has always distinguished her, the Travel Blog that Martina called SomeTravelAgo was born in 2016.

In the Blog, she collects the experiences of traveling on the soil of 64 different countries, with her eyes always turned to the next destination.

 

 

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Martina Pieralli

Born in 1992, with an entrepreneurial and creative spirit,
Martina opens her first site in 2016 and soon discovers the incredible opportunities that the Web offers her.
She specializes in Copywriting and SEO language right from the start, to then achieve the certification of Social Media Manager and complete his studies up to mastering all the tools of the Web, making them her own.

Today she is Digital Manager, performs services as a copywriter, deals with Social management and helps individuals, freelancers and SMEs to develop their presence on the Web.

Martina Pieralli for SomeTravelAgo

 

From the passion for travel and the need to write that has always distinguished her, the Travel Blog that Martina called SomeTravelAgo was born in 2016.

In the Blog, she collects the experiences of traveling on the soil of 64 different countries, with her eyes always turned to the next destination.

Contact

 

Are you a company and do you want to contact me?
 
Do you have any job proposals to submit?
 
Do you have questions, doubts or do you
want to know more about my courses?
 
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“I recommend Martina as a content creator, I worked with her for an influencer campaign and her punctuality as well as creativity in the contents made our collaboration fruitful and pleasant”

Julia T

“As a copywriter Martina started a project with us which then became two, three … and we still collaborate today. Her writing is fluid and the ability to understand what we need makes the job easier and more immediate”

Emily S.

“Martina was a pleasant discovery! We selected her profile for a long-term campaign and she has been an ambassador for our brand for long years. She created original content, provided us with guest posts on her blog and collaborated in the drafting of information brochures on our services, giving us new ideas. Thanks Martina!”

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