On my last day with Caterina, we left Bologna and took a two-and-a-half-hour ride out of town.
As we traveled north, the scenery started to look different with mountains surrounding us.
Our destination was Rovereto, located in the north of Italy. The town is quite close to Germany, so on the signs in the train station, German can be seen. Compared with Bologna, the weather is a little bit cooler.
Rovereto used to be an ancient fortress town. Now it is a good place for vacationing. There aren't many people on the streets. It feels very relaxing.
Kids on a field trip.
The town center.
Rovereto is a museum city. We were here to visit two museums.
This is the MART (the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art of Trento and Rovereto), which was founded only ten years ago.
Caterina wanted to see the exhibition of Alice in Wonderland very much.
This is Dali's illustration for Alice in Wonderland. I looked at his works with so much admiration and love.
It'd be hard to imagine that a museum in a small town can be of such excellent quality. No wonder a lot of people suggested that I go to Italy for studies rather than the UK.
Even food in the museum restaurant was delicious, and the cost was much lower.
There is a fountain of Neptune here too.
Italia in the afternoon at the end of March is so heavenly...
This is where Mozart performed for the first time in Italy.
Next we went to Ropero's House. Ropero was one of the futurist artists.
Different from other futurist painters, Ropero's works have a childlike optimism, and they are brightly colorful.
My trip to Italy was about to end...