LIVORNO is a seaside city surrounded by many small ancient towns and medieval villages that embellish a landscape made up of rolling hills and golden beaches, those of the Etruscan Coast. Overlooking the Tyrrhenian Sea from this fortunate perspective, also Rosignano Marittimo. And it is here that – through this new CALL for #CCTravellers – we invite you! Submit your application by 3rd March 2023! #VisitTuscany #Livorno #RosignanoMarittimo #LaGiunca #CCTravellers #SeeCity

PISTOIA A few summers ago, while we were hosting the #CCTravellers in the Italian Capital of Culture 2017, we discovered a place that we fell in love with at the first encounter. Yes, with Castagno di Piteccio it was love at first sight. And among the Creative Curious Travellers, who came to Tuscany from various parts of the World, with whom we repeatedly visited this tiny #BorgoMuseo a few kilometers from the city, there’s even someone who told us: “it is one of the most beautiful places I’ve ever seen”.

WORLD ‘Mindless Crowd’ is a collage of drone footage combined with a voiceover from the 1960s. The short film examines the different patterns and various formations which human civilisation has shaped on the surface of planet earth. It therefore uses only one single perspective, the top view. A 4-minute film by German (from Nürnberg) director Jacco Kliesch. Be curious and watch it!

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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

NORWAY ‘A Nordic Skater’ is a short film by Paulius Neverbickas, filmmaker with a big passion for action sports and camping in the wilderness, who’s always trying to inspire people to go outside and enjoy the beauty of nature. Exactly like in his last work featuring Per Sollerman, a photographer who has been skating on frozen lakes and fjords for the past 10 years, because: “It is rooted deep in our bones that we need to be out in the nature”. Watch this story!