The Sustainable EurAsiatic Tour: from Milan to Beijing

After the recent success of my European Sustainable Tour: from Istanbul to Paris, I would like to implement the same idea in a bigger context so I launched my last project: The Sustainable EurAsiatic Tour: from Milan to Beijing A tour in which I will use only sustainable and smart transports to travel from Milan... Continue Reading →

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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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Alternative Berlin: The Green Side of the City

Tired of AlexanderPlatz and the other "usual" sights of the city full of tourist? Welcome to Alternative Berlin a guide that will help you to discover the Green side of the city. In the last couple of years, I had several times the opportunity to visit Berlin and to discover the "hidden soul" of the... Continue Reading →

WAYKS ONE Travel Backpack Review. The Best Modular Sustainable Travel Pack!

Wandering around the many exhibitors of the Berlin Travel Festival last March, I found something that caught my attention: a Sustainable Travel Backpack made only by recycled materials. Wow, super cool. But where is the trick? Back then the product was only a prototype, so I just take note of this as the innovation to... Continue Reading →

Boutiquehotel Stadthalle Wien Review. The Best Green Hotel in Wien! 2018 Edition

During my last Sustainable EurAsitic Tour, I have always been searching for green structures and activities. The first city in which I arrived was Vienna and I couldn't have asked for a better start for the tour. While getting around Wien you can easily appreciate its cleanness and its green spirit. A big variety of parks,... Continue Reading →

Pamu Scroll Review. Best Budget Travel Headphone?

Some weeks ago, while scrolling the web searching for the best travel headphones, a product came to my attention: the Pamu Scroll. This pair of Bluetooth headphones has been raising an incredible amount of backers on Indiegogo and it seems to be the potential killer for the Apple AirPods. Could I miss the chance to try... Continue Reading →

The lightest Travel Backpack? Arcido Saxon Review

After the big succes of the Arcido Bag, one of the most durable travel backpack I had the opportunity to try, in 2018 Arcido is back with a renewed line of travel backpacks, ready to attack the market. The Arcido Saxon is one of the new models of this year and is the smallest and... Continue Reading →

T-Gears: Yi Discovery Camera Review. Best Camera under 50€?

An Action Camera is one of the few missing elements among my travel gears. For this reason, recently I started to evaluate and compare some of them in order the identify the one to buy, the one to take with me on all my future trips. Analysing the online market, YI showed up to be... Continue Reading →

Adventure in the Negev Desert: The Israel Roadtrip

After my first visit to Israel, in November 2017, I felt the need to come back in order to finish the exploration. One weekend was not enough to discover all the beauties of the country. For this reason, I planned a new kind of trip: 4 days, 4 friends, a car and a desert to... Continue Reading →

T-Gears: Be online, everywhere! Travelers WiFi Review

Day after day we are getting more used to share every single moment of our lives. While travelling, the need to share is amplified from the desire to share with our friends our travel stories and our journeys. For this reason, now more than ever we need to be online during our trips. A new... Continue Reading →

Best under 50€ Travel Backpack? Cabin Max Melbourne Review

After the positive review of the Cabin Max Ontario of last year, my curiosity went on the new backpack of Cabin Max: A premium-looking backpack, for digital/business people, that is sold for less than 50€. Here there is the Melbourne Advanced Travel Backpack review: Cabin Max Melbourne Review The Cabin Max Melbourne is a 38 litres... Continue Reading →

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