In recent years there has been growing attention from tourists to the "ghost towns", places of abandonment that could come back to life. In Italy, the last Istat census recorded about 6000 completely abandoned countries; an immense heritage that places Italy among the Mediterranean areas with the highest number of uninhabited buildings and...
The ancient tradition of drying chestnuts is still carried on with passion in the heart of Tuscany, where the dryers are at work to make what is also known as the Bread of the Mountain. ⁠The chestnut harvest starts in...
Promote a form of sustainable tourism by focusing on cultural identity and environmental values, and preserve the territory (from the mountain to the river) as a common good for future generations, through knowledge and enhancement. These are the key concepts...
Respect for the environment and sustainable tourism have become an inseparable pair, especially for those who, even on holydays, continue to have green behaviors, starting with the choice of destination up to the attention for they eat during the trip. Ecotourism means traveling in a...
These are days when talking about tourism has become really complicated. If in the first months of the health emergency there was a great excitement and a great desire to take back time, nature and life, after a year...
Walking, you know, is good for the body and also for the mind, because it reconciles reflection, but what if it also serves to improve the environment? We cannot think of eating well without taking care of the area...
Choosing the way to travel and the place to stay are the first steps necessary for an ecofriendly holiday. The idea is often that in order to respect the environment we must renounce the comforts that we normally expect...
The Italian seas are clean. For 2020, over 5400 km of bathing water have been classified as "excellent", ie around 95% of all those classified and examined are in excellent health. The good news comes from the National Environmental Protection...
Tomorrow, 18 May 2020, the International Museum Day (IMD) is celebrated, which has been taking place every year since 1977. When we think of museums, we imagine magical places, large spaces and historic buildings where culture reigns supreme, however...
An important webinar, "Tourism at the time of Covid-19: (uncertainty of) rules, sustainable development trajectories and new business models", took place on May 18 at the European University in Rome. Many teachers and experts in the sector took part...

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