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Last minute Sustainable Gifts Ideas for Travelers

UPDATED: November 2020 As every year you are here looking for some last-minute sustainable gifts ideas for this holiday season? No worries. This is the post for you. As never before, this climate change and sustainability are our present and future. This is why we at The Sustainable Tour really believe that the attention should […]

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Unknown Milano: Ortica – The Street Art Museum

I’m glad to introduce you to my last photo-reportage project: Unknown Milan: Ortica – The Street Art Museum. I have been working for months on a reportage that could best describe the neighbourhood, that from 4 years, I’ve been calling home. Year after year has been evolving as a community and a little big village […]

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Minute Hacks: Top 3 “Cammini”(Trails) to do in Italy

Welcome back to Minute Hacks! A series of contents that will revolutionise your life in one minute. Have you ever dreamt about doing the CaminodeSantiago? Or you did it already? In both cases, this is the episode for you! We’ll talk about the best Cammini(Trails) in Italy from 45 to 450 of length. Top 3 […]

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QUARANTINED – The great lockdown of Milan. Photo Reportage

QUARANTINED The great lockdown Milan, Italy Wednesday 18 of March 2020, 16:15. From more than one week now the city of Milan, for the first time in its modern history, it’s under lockdown. QUARANTINED is a tour/photo reportage of Milan, the European epicentre of the pandemic explosion of the virus covid-19. Few movements are visible around […]

The Phantom Country: Republic of Artsakh (Nagorno Karabakh). Photo Reportage

The Phantom Country Have you ever heard about the Republic of Artsakh? Known as Nagorno Karabakh is a disputed territory located between Armenia and Azerbaijan. Since the fall of URSS, there has been a war for the independence of the territory from Azerbaijan. The following photos are part of the photo reportage The Phantom Country. […]

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5 of Kyoto’s greatest highlights

Japan’s ancient city of Kyoto is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the country. The city, located in the west of Japan, is home to over 4,000 historical monuments. With so many temples and shrines to enjoy, it can be overwhelming for travellers to plan a realistic itinerary that allows them to see […]

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Green Hostels: HI Vancouver Downtown Review

If you are visiting Canada’s west coast, there is only one city you can not miss: Vancouver! It’s a gem that encloses a vibrant mix of events and an incredible melting pot of cultures. In Vancouver, you will be able to find an incredible skyline, amazing green areas, parks along the bay and perfect locations […]

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Green Hostels: HI San Francisco City Center Review

San Francisco is one of the coolest cities to visit not only in the USA but worldwide because it has everything: a dynamic scene, a lot of technology, great food and incredible architectures. Due to the huge variety of offers, selecting the best place to stay in the city is not easy at all. Before […]

5 easy ways to reduce enviromental impact

5 easy ways to reduce your environmental impact while travelling

Budget airlines, reduced ticket prices and exclusive deals mean that it’s never been easier (or cheaper) to see the world. However, travel can come at a tremendous environmental cost. Carbon emissions, unsustainable tourism and environmental degradation can all result from our travel experiences. After the article on how we went from Mexico to Alaska with […]

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Best Green Hostel Tbilisi: Fabrika Hostel Review

One of the purposes, when I started the section Best Green Hostel in the blog, was to look for alternatives and revolutionary hostels that would change the travel experience of each one of the travellers and that will help them to feel at home keeping an eye on the sustainability and on the impact on […]

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