Meeting Your Soulmate In Italy

It was once said that Italy could make the gloomiest of people happy and Simantov International are very much in agreement of that. A country famous for many things inclusive of it’s monuments, food and most importantly it’s people would be a great place for any person to go and visit. With around 29,000 Jews across Italy we are confident that there are plenty of opportunities to find your amore. A good friend of Simantov in Italy, Dr Meyer Piha, has organised a trip to the Mountains for single professionals in the Jewish community to meet one another, experience some hiking and have a lot of fun in the Italian sun. The trip will take place from 15th to 21st August visit for more details.

If you have already found your special someone via matchmaker or mensch then here are three places you must visit in Italy for a spot of romance…

The Leaning Tower of Pisa: Since 2001, the famous tower in Pisa is again open to those wishing to climb it’s 296 steps. The tower was built over a period of around 177 years. Soon after the construction started in 1173 the tower began to sink due it’s foundation being very poorly laid and was left alone for almost a century. When the construction resumed the engineers built higher floors with one side taller than the other to compensate for the tilt and the tower was finally finished in the 2nd half of the 14th century. An absolute must see, hopefully with that special someone.

Visit Venice: Referred to as “The City of Water”, this city is the crown jewel of water cities. Romantic gondolas, and Italian architecture along the Grand Canal helped earn this status. Stitched together with over 150 canals that have become central to its character, Venice has decayed since its heyday and has more tourists than residents, but with its romantic charm it remains one of the top tourist attractions in Italy.

Cosy up by the Colosseum: The Colosseum in Rome is the largest and most famous amphitheater in the Roman world. Its construction was started by emperor Vespasian of the Flavian dynasty in 72 AD and was finished by his son Titus in 80 AD. The Colosseum was capable of holding some 50,000 spectators who could enter the building through no less than 80 entrances. Spectators were protected from the rain and heat of the sun by sails called the “velarium”, that was attached around the top of the attic.

If you would like to hear more about the trip for Jewish singles in Italy or find out more about our dedicated approach to matchmaking exceptional singles internationally in the Global community then please do enquire with us.