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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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 →

From Istanbul to Paris: The European Sustainable Tour

The United Nations General Assembly declared 2017 as the International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development. To promote this event I just launched my new project: A European Sustainable Tour, from Istanbul to Paris To be full green, I will set a maximum limit of CO2 to not overtake. I will analyze the emission of every single transport (bus,... Continue Reading →

The Milan you DON’T know

The Duomo? The Vittorio Emanuele Gallery? The Navigli? I've been living in Milan for 11 months now, often I had friends visiting me. Their first question was always "Where can I find the toilet?" then there was always a "What I need to absolutely see in Milan?" Last week, I tried to answer that question from... Continue Reading →

The cheapest flight ever. Milan to Ibiza for 2,90€

What’s the lowest amount you ever paid for a flight? Now, what’s the lowest amount you ever imagined to pay for a flight? The lowest amount I paid, so far for, a flight is 2,90€. It is the price of an espresso and a cappuccino in Italy. How? Was it last minute? Did you book... Continue Reading →

Europe to Miami, for only 250 Euro!

Intercontinental low-cost flights are finally here! Of course, I had to try: I’ve booked a trip of one week from Milan to Miami for 250 euro, two ways.       How? From Milan to Cologne 25 euro, both ways with Ryanair. Of course, you can reach Cologne from lots of destinations with similar prices.... Continue Reading →

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