Advanced and evolutionary tourism: when travel generates well

All operators in the tourism sector, as well as the tourists themselves, today have the necessary and sufficient elements and information for know what is good and what is bad for yourself and for the environment, what is useful and what is not. In reality, on both sides there are those who still pretend not … Read more

“I Travel Inside, Israel for you”, a new site on Israeli culture

“I Travel Inside, Israel for you” is a new French-language website, launched at the start of the school year, devoted to travel and culture in Israel. Founded by journalist Ghislaine Dichy, it aims to “bring a new perspective on Israel, through travel inspirations, original experiences, proposals for ‘Best Spots’ (in art, architecture, food, tech innovation, … Read more

Goren Perry, “Israele e Italia mai così vicini”. A Travel Quotidiano il Premio Stampa Trade

Israele chiama Italia e corre lungo la strada della ripresa ai livelli pre-pandemia. “I nostri due paesi non sono mai stati così vicini, con oltre cento voli diretti alla settimana, inclusa una grande novità: il collegamento Roma Fiumicino-Eilat“. Così Kalanit Goren Perry, consigliere affari turistici Ambasciata di Israele e direttrice dell’Ufficio Nazionale Israeliano del Turismo in … Read more

Soul travel, journey into the soul towards the summit of Kilimanjaro


The documentary Soul travel is a spiritual and physical journey on Kilimanjaro, which director Guia Zapponi conducted with a small crew. As the world was engulfed by the first wave of the Covid 19 pandemic and Italy was suddenly caught in the grip of the lockdown, the Milanese actress and director Guia Zapponi he decided … Read more

World Travel Market: in London there was talk of the future of tourism


The ExCel center in London hosted the World Travel Market from 7 to 9 November, an event that brought together thousands of travel industry representatives under one roof. A sector heavily affected by the pandemic and now focused on recovery. An opportunity to find out how the sector is changing and discuss new technological and … Read more

Wolrld Travel Market: when the travel industry reinvents itself


The World Travel Market in London brought together thousands of representatives of the global travel industry in early November. A sector decimated by the Covid-19 pandemic, now focused on the big rebound. It discussed developments in the sector, new technological trends and the consumption of tomorrow. Resumption of tourism in Tokyo International tourism has finally … Read more

Floats will travel the streets from Saturday


William Monsanto[email protected] Photo: Courtesy El Attico Gallery Starting today, the anthological exhibition of the artist Christian Escobar is presented in the temporary exhibition halls of the Ixchel Museum of Indigenous Costume. The collected art gallery comes from different private collections and is an interesting reflection of the technical evolution that the painter has undergone in … Read more

Dia de los Muertos in Mexico: the destinations to experience the craziest party in the world, according to WeRoad | Where you travel


Colorful skulls, flower garlands, laid tables, squares and cemeteries packed with people with spectacular disguises. The celebrations for the Dia de los muertosamong the most heartfelt in the country, are a unique opportunity to discover Mexico in all its lively and contagious spirituality. The main events are concentrated in the days between 28 October and … Read more

The “Monasterio de las Puras”, a convent that makes you travel through time


The historic Monasterio de las Puras opens its doors to the public, with guided tours to admire one of the best preserved convents in Spain, with 500 years of uninterrupted presence in Almería, and share its spirituality Do you want to see a convent where time seems to have stopped? In the Spanish city of … Read more

Travel in France. Visit to Sète in autumn, when the city becomes soft and melancholy


International mail The cities of the South have you of these melancholies when the tourists leave… Sète is no exception to the rule. And coming back to the singular island after the madness of summer provides a mixed feeling. We appreciate the calm of the depopulated streets and we can better see the city, its … Read more