ROMA If you have only 24 hours in Rome, here you’ll find 5 useful tips.
PISTOIA is waiting for YOU. If you are a Creative Curious Traveller, you’ll love to explore Castagno di Piteccio, the Borgo Museo of Pistoia (in Tuscany, Italy) together with FAI Giovani Pistoia. Submit your application by September 23rd! #CastagnoDiPiteccio #BorgoMuseo #FAIgiovaniPistoia #CCTravellers #SeeCity
SEETIES Now we let ourselves be inspired by the birthday gift received from Barcelona, the city where CCT – 10 years ago – began its journey. A map of the world (in cork) on which to mark one’s steps, those already made but especially those still to accomplish. It says “LET’S TRAVEL THE WORLD” and today that’s our birthday seems like the perfect day to start dreaming of and planning new explorations, in search of many other stories to share… The perfect day to restart from here. #SeeCity #OneWorld – Love, CCTeam
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.
WORLD There are all the reasons in the world to travel the world. Literally! The world is a beautiful place and it must have crossed your mind at least once to see the wonders it offers. What’s stopping you from travelling to these wondrous places? We are sure you have your reasons, here are a few of ours why you totally should travel.
WORLD This post will inspire you to embark on a solo journey! A [true] story by Aysem Zorlu, founder of Loacal.
PALERMO Follow the BroCool team in their urban culinary exploration together with some local people and enjoy this VIDEO STORY made – with pure fun! – for real food lovers. #CCTravellers2018 #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!