Twelve questions for over six hundred answers, These are the numbers of the Skyscanner Awards, that assign to Italy well three gold medals and a silver. The main European site for free online flight search, Skyscanner, has subjected its users a questionnaire in which to express your preferences about different facets of the countries of the world.
The three golds from sticking to the medals table refer to three topics that do not differ much from the stereotype of the country. The Tricolor flies, In fact, to the question ' what is the most romantic country?’, followed by France, strong in high demand flights to Paris, and Caribbean.
Gold at questions regarding better food and Italy – the Buonpaese? – is followed, Perhaps with envy, back from France and from tasty Thailand. As it known, much of the world's cultural heritage is in Italy, situation recognized by ' global traveller ' who awarded first place at the home of the boot. The second and third place two other Nations from Imperial history, the United Kingdom and Japan.
Exceeded only by New Zealand, the Italy is ranked second to the question ' what is themost beautiful country?’, followed by immense Australia. Il Belpaese is then sensed among those lovelist of Earth.
Some results are a bit perplexed over the perception of Italy, gone from the top 10 the questions is which country has the the most spectacular beaches?' and ' In which country the people the place is friendlier?’.
The Italians will be become more obnoxious?
Skyscanner Awards, conquered by Italy charts
What is the most romantic country?
|7. United Kingdom|
|8. South Africa|
Which country has the best food?
|5. United Kingdom|
What is the best country for culture?
|2. United Kingdom|
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