PALERMO in four neighbourhoods that are not featured on many travel guides: Costa Sud, Danisinni, ZEN (Zona Espansione Nord) and Isola delle Femmine. Four places where buildings, villas and tourists disappear in favour of everyday life of Palermitans. Four short stories in the drawings and photos by Antoine Séguin & Iris Akram. #CCTravellers2018
PALERMO A story inspired by the city and its nature. And, in particular, by the Museum of Maiolica tiles – Stanze al Genio. A beautiful art work by science explorer & illustrator Holly McKelvey. #CCTravellers2018
CATANIA A journey by car to fully enjoy the landscape of Eastern Sicily, easily reach any destination and stop to admire Mount Etna and Ionian Sea at every glimpse.
BERLIN This is a story of one day in a miniature Berlin. Put your headphones, take a breath and dive into the symphony of the German capital city like never seen before. MiniLook Berlin is a 6-minute short documentary independently made by Okapi creative studio, in the past 2 years: 21 days of shooting and 142.069 still photos. A great work. Watch it, you’ll love it!
PISTOIA In un nome così breve, secoli di storia e tantissime curiosità! Vuoi sapere perché questa stradina del centro storico si chiama così? Leggi l’articolo, te lo raccontiamo qui 😉
PISTOIA is a city that more than others had fun over the centuries giving original, bizarre and extravagant names to its streets and alleys. For example: who knows the history of the white dog?! and who has ever noticed the bas-relief in stone that portrays, at the beginning of Via del Can Bianco, this curious local hero?!
WORLD This post will inspire you to embark on a solo journey! A [true] story by Aysem Zorlu, founder of Loacal.
PALERMO inspires. Writer John Muir said: “In every walk with nature one receives far more than he seeks.” And this is what Ana y Marta – two Spanish creative sisters, part of the #CCTravellers2018 project – found during their walk in the Botanical Garden of Palermo. For you, a visual inspirational story. #SeeCity
PALERMO The capital of the south presented in a different way. A visual story by Marija Stankovic & Danica Vranic – architects and storytellers from Belgrade, Serbia! #CCTravellers2018
VENEZIA A visual interpretation of the iconic Italian city stripped out of colour. Timeless skyline, ever changing tides and light.
PALERMO can be also silent, calm, ethereal. The city and its surroundings in a photo story by Sabrina Weniger who portrays it in its most hidden and unexpected natural and human landscape. #CCTravellers2018