In 1960, Federico Fellini was able to really explain us what he meant for Italian sweet life, with a movie that contains the true spirit of a generation and the comforts of an epoch that seems so far away. These portraits make us wonder how our life could have been if we were born in the ‘60s and if we had the chance to roam the streets of Rome next to Marcello Rubini, on board of his charming Triumph. An extreme, dreamed, idealized luxury.
This week, La Dolce Vita has been hosted at Toscana Resort Castelfalfi. A privileged meeting place for art, history, nature and couture, that has greeted many vintage cars, mirror of a past that keeps lovers dreaming of it. The thrill due to the motor of a bright red Mustang turning on and then the rumble of a Porsche Speedster 356, while the sun reflects on its silver body.
Castelfalfi is also this, the chance to live a dream, a luxury that is barefoot at times, noble other times. The luxury which is able to awake your spirit, to let you relax at the shade of the olive trees admiring unique and breathtaking views. An enchanted place were knights and ladies walked; a real, authentic place, where truly live and abandon yourself in exclusive experiences, just as driving a car that has made history, speeding through tree-lined streets in the heart of Tuscany.