Thinking about the near future and the coveted holidays, in many of us the negative feelings take over and the sense of difficulty in adapting to a new situation takes the upper hand. However, one should not despair. History and...
Probably for this year our holidays will not be able to take us many kilometers away from home, but short and medium range movements will be possible. This should not be experienced as a problem, but as a huge...
Silence, white landscapes, mountains covered with snow as far as the eye can see. These are the first images that come to mind when we think of snowshoes which this year, thanks to Covid-19 and the closure of the...
The Gran Paradiso National Park organizes ninety-three free excursions with the Park guides on the Aosta Valley side, to discover the protected area, in health and safety, in the post-emergency summer Covid-19. In a period in which the watchwords are...
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 and also...
The Italian Ministry of the Environment and the Italian Alpine Club have started a partnership with the aim of educating on environmental issues. In particular, the agreement intends to spread the culture of the environment, biodiversity and sustainable development,...
Traveling sustainable does not only mean respecting the environment and natural landscapes but also knowing the culture of the places you visit and the life of the local population. Vuela, a tour operator specializing in voyages of discovery in...
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 great conquest...
Let's start for another of our virtual itineraries in nature, with the idea of ​​foretaste pleasant sensations that we will soon live with our senses and, perhaps, to be able to choose the destination of the next trip. Because...
Passing through the places where the Basilian monks lived, the traveler will find himself walking through hills, villages, paths close to the sea and wooded mountains. This is the Basilian Way, made up of 44 stages (56 if we...

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