Best Green Hostel 2017: Dead Sea Adventure Hostel!

Located right in the middle of nowhere, I found the Best Green Hostel of 2017: the Dead Sea Adventure Hostel. This Hostel is modern, sustainable and tailor-made for backpackers from all over the world. Dead Sea Adventure Hostel Review Location 4,5/5     As I said before, the Hostel is in the middle of nowhere,... Continue Reading →

Best Green Hostel Tel Aviv, 2017 edition: Overstay Hostel

Arrived for the first time in Israel, I was looking for the best Green Hostel in Tel Aviv. After a short research, I found this colourful gate with a Red Dragon on the roof, and that for me was more than a good sign. Overstay Hostel is a surprise, close to Old Jaffa, after the... Continue Reading →

Hitchhiking at the Bottom of the Earth. Dead Sea, Judean Desert, Israel.

I have been hitchhiking, for the first time of my life, in the Judean Desert, beside the Dead Sea, 430 meters below the level of the sea. It has been amazing. Sustainable & Smart Countries: Israel But let’s give this story a bit of contest. Last week, I have been travelling in Israel, to work... Continue Reading →

FICO Eataly World: Opening Review. Is it worth the visit?

The 15 of November 2017, the first and the biggest Afri-Food amusement park in the world will open its door to the public. 100000 square feet meters of biodiversity, Italian food and traditions. I had the opportunity to attend the press launch event of last week, here is a short Eataly World Review: What is... Continue Reading →

Best Green Hostel in Skopje, 2017 Edition? Skopje Hostel!

Skopje, the capital of the Republic of Macedonia, is not a big city but it has a lot to offer to visitors. For this reason, it has been one of the stops of my  The Sustainable European Tour During my stay in the city, I have been hosted by the Skopje Hostel. A modern and... Continue Reading →

Best Hostel in Istanbul, 2017 Edition: Hanchi Hostel

Hanchi is one of the last entry hostels in Istanbul, but new doesn’t mean lack of experience and of services, in this case, new means plenty of services, affordable prices and good attention to the guests.   Location: 4/5 Located in the middle of the old city, Hanchi offers the best position to enter and... Continue Reading →

The Sustainable European Tour: green is the new black. Final Report

 The Sustainable European Tour is over from two weeks. I took some time to write this final report/reflection, I wanted to analyse and elaborate all the data properly. After doing the final balance, I am proud to announce that: The Sustainable European Tour has been a success.  Crossing Europe using just Sustainable transport is possible. I... Continue Reading →

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Paris: Mission completed. The Sustainable Tour, day 11.

Paris, France 27/08/2017 I’m leaving Milan at the first lights of the day, the last train of this tour is waiting for me at the train station at 6 am, it will bring me to Paris. The view from the huge window is really suggestive: the train is crossing first Italian plain, passing through The... Continue Reading →

Milan: a golden city. The Sustainable European Tour, day 10.

Milan, Italy 26/08/2017 Arrived in Milan, I found an, almost, empty city. Empty of its residents, but with a good quantity of tourists. The city, even in August, look efficient and precise. Two of the aspect that made Milan the economic center of the country. But, at the same time, one of the most polluted... Continue Reading →

Capo Vaticano/Calabria: a sea of wasted opportunities. The Sustainable European Tour, day 9.

24-25/08/2017 Calabria, Italia I’m again on the road. After one day of break, the tour is restarting with one of its the longest sections. From Capo Vaticano (Calabria, south of Italy) I will travel to Milan, 8 hours, 1200 km all by train. I’m restarting from my region, Calabria, where I stopped two days to... Continue Reading →

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