Getting lost in nature for many of us will be one of the first wishes to be fulfilled, as soon as the emergency has returned and we can return to the coveted normalcy. It will be a...
The Covid-19 emergency is straining our lives and normalcy seems like an unexpected dream. It is necessary for our mind to be able to transform the passing time into something positive and exciting, which makes us feel...
Ecotourism is not over and tries to reach us at home through unusual ways, but still attractive and full of charm. There are various initiatives by sector employees that allow you to enjoy the enchanting spectacle that...
Who said that to travel you have to move, take the car or plane, go to another place? Forced isolation due to the coronavirus can be an opportunity to make a sustainable holiday with almost zero impact,...
"In the Italian mountains, snow is now only needed for the landscape, not for skiing." And despite the evidence of climate change, the Regions continue to invest hundreds of millions of euros to maintain and artificially snow up totally useless...
Designed for tourism through slow traffic and towards internal areas, normally not considered by traditional circuits, the Materano Way is a way to get in touch with all the resources of the territory: natural, historical-archaeological, cultural, food and wine resources...
Europeans will be more attentive to the environment and sustainability during their holidays . This was revealed by the survey developed by bookingkit, a leading company in Europe for the offer of tour booking software and activities...
Ideal for those who love walking, trekking and mountain biking tourism, the Gallipoli Cognato Piccole Dolomiti Park offers the opportunity to experience nature and discover the area. In fact, there are several paths that allow you to...
The Path of the Spirit is a 73 km long trekking path that can be covered in single stages or you can enjoy all your breath in three or four days. The path starts from the hamlet of Badia...
The ways of transhumance return to new life. In recent times, and even more after the recognition of transhumance as a UNESCO intangible cultural heritage, the paths and mule tracks that wrap around the hills and mountains...

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