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.
PRATO “Some travels seem more important than others, we would even say more remarkable. No need to go far far far away to find beauty and to discover great things in the world. It’s what we have learned while we were visiting Prato. An apparently tiny city in Tuscany, 20 minutes away from Florence. Tiny in appearance, but big with all the things it offers, in terms of history, food, and obviously of culture. As we thought would be just a classic trip about as we usually do, discovered way more.” Here is the story by Jennifer Padjemi & Mélody Thomas, Parisian journalists and friends, founders of What’s Good Newsletter! #CCTravellers2016
WORLD Travelling is all around us but it is easy to forget what Airports can do for us emotionally aside from making the world a smaller place.
EUROPE Dozens of migrants climb onto an overcrowded truck. Their goal: to escape to Europe. When they arrive after an exhausting journey, another brutal reality awaits them: the European treatment of refugees. A short film directed by Fabio Friedli.
SEETIES During our short summer holiday, we have read this opinion about the increasing “tourismphobia” in Europe – signed by Suzanne Moore, columnist for The Guardian – and we want to share it with our readers, with you. What do you think about?
PISTOIA is waiting for you! > Be our special GUEST + Explore the Italian Capital of Culture 2017 / City of art and ornamental plants / among the top ten cities to see in 2017 (according to Lonely Planet) + Find your STORY and SHARE it on our web Guidezine. > HOW? Submit your application by June 15th!
SEETIES In this illustrated book, Tsjisse Talsma tells his experiences of exploring and adapting in an unfamiliar city, while traveling through Europe and America.
SEETIES Here is what the most famous and photographed places in the world stare at, for decades or centuries. Try to see the gallery without reading the captions: how many of them can you recognise?