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.
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?!
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
PRATO Here are the #CCTravellers coming from all around the World for exploring the Pratese territory together with TAI – Tuscan Art Industry 2018! #TAI2018 #SeeCity
LECCE Coppula Tisa è un’associazione di turismo responsabile, con sede a Tricase, che si occupa di tutelare il bene comune e la Bellezza del territorio. Siamo stati al Celacanto per conoscere la loro attività che, coinvolgendo i cittadini, fa scoprire ai viaggiatori il Salento che piace a noi, quello più autentico. Qui vi raccontiamo la loro storia!
ITALIA nel MONDO. Raíz italiana è un’Associazione che permette ai discendenti di emigrati italiani di rinsaldare un legame con le proprie radici. Abbiamo intervistato Marina Gabrieli, la Presidente, per capire meglio di cosa si tratta e scoprire le opportunità del cosiddetto “turismo delle radici” o “turismo genealogico”, un settore ancora emergente ma con grandi potenzialità!
ISTANBUL “A honey pot of diversity is everything I see in front of me.” – Another city, another short story by Barlow Najima
DUBLIN-BARCELONA 10 years ago, on 1st June 2008, Damien Rice embarked on a ’10 Days To Barcelona’ project. The idea was to drive from Dublin to Barcelona in his old Mini, with some friends, and write a new song each day on the journey. The songs, recordings & film footage of the project have lived on the shelf for the past 10 years. It has only recently been dusted off and prepared for a slow release, over the coming months, for the 10th Anniversary of that slow travel. Here are two versions of the first song “100 Miles Across The Room”. An acoustic version and a more produced version. Both are rough mixes and unmastered. More songs coming later… Stay tuned!