Take a Spring-break in Tesino (Trentino, Italy)

Discover the plateau of the Tesino, an enchanting valley of Trentino, rich in nature, art, history and culture. It is the ideal place to take a break from the frenzy of everyday life and slow down, sunbathing in the grass and soaking in the scents and colors of reborning nature. If you are looking for […]

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5 bike paths along Lake Garda

Waiting for the new bike path around Lake Garda, which  will be breathless, we leave to discover the other bike paths of this beautiful corner of Italy, between Trentino, Lombardy and Veneto. I know really well Trentino’s Lake Garda, among the mountains, with its small sun-kissed beaches that in summer are filled with tourists. But I decided to find […]

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Trip in the green and sustainable Slovenia

Its capital was the European Green Capital 2016, Bled is one of the most beautiful and romantic Alpine Pearls, more than half of its territory is covered by forests and meadows, its natural parks and the only national park allow you to discover different ecosystems, through caves and underground world up to the high peaks […]

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Car-free holiday in Trentino

We got a nice email from Antonella who wants to organize a car-free holiday in Trentino: Good morning, my name is Antonella and I am writing from Naples. This year I was determined to take advantage of summer vacation to visit Trentino region. My holiday is however without a car. I then stumbled on your website which […]

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Val di Funes: green holidays among the Odle

Do you know Val di Funes, or  Villnößtal, a quiet and unspoiled corner of South Tyrol, Pearl between the Dolomites and favorite destination for hikers and mountain climbers? In this small valley, at one side of the Isarco Valley, there are the three towns of Tiso, St. Peter and St. Magdalene, surrounded by the magnificent Natural Park […]

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10 green destinations that you must visit now

On 27 October 2016, the international tourism day, experts have selected the 100 most sustainable destinations of the year, according to 15 core criteria. The initiative of this ranking is meant to recognize those tourist destinations that have committed to make a difference, focusing on sustainability. Among these 100 green destinations all over the world, we […]

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Odle tour in Val di Funes, South Tyrol

A tour among some of Italy’s most beautiful mountains, in the footsteps of the famous Reinhold Messner, who here has begun to climb. 19 kilometers around to one of the most spectacular massifs of the Dolomites. We are in Val di Funes, jewel of South Tyrol. What in German is called Villnößtal is a small valley, […]

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Present and future of sustainable tourism (and some experiences to live to find out what it is)

As we have already mentioned in the last few months, sustainable tourism is one of the UN priorities. The organization has declared the coming year as the International Year of Sustainable Tourism. But where are we? What is the current situation and where is  sustainable tourism headed? Let’s find out together! Let’s start from the definitions. […]

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Car-free holidays in the Alps

Some are forced to drive a car every day and cannot wait to take a holiday without it. There are those who live in a big city like Berlin or Copenhagen, and by choice decided to live without a car. Or even those who want to travel sustainable and stress-free, by public transport (and no […]

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Wekeend in the natural hot springs of central Italy

A German reader, whom we thank, has written to us to organize her next trip to Italy, this is what she wrote: Hello, I will arrive by plane in Rome and I would like to get to the hot springs with close accommodation without a car. Can you help me? Actually reaching the many natural hot springs near Rome without a […]

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