My 2017: 80.000 km, 20 Countries and 3 Continents. Travel in a Smart and Sustainable way.

The end of the year is the moment to make some evaluation about our objectives and goals for the upcoming year. In order to understand if my last year was positive or not, I always rely on numbers, especially the one of my trips. As Travel Addict as I am, every year I set goals... 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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Bari: Italian welcome. The Sustainable European Tour, day 7.

Delays, lines, neverending boarding and a sleepless night. The trip from Bar to Bari was my first time with a medium-range ferry, and it was traumatic. I would like to resume, in this way, my last experience with the ferry Dubrovnik of the company Jadrolinija. A trip that was supposed to last “only” 10 hours... Continue Reading →

Bar: Beautiful and unexpected sunset. The Sustainable European Tour, day 6.

Bar, Montenegro 21/08/2017 I'm leaving Skopje at 19, of Sunday evening. Inside the bus, just me and the driver. Not the ideal situation for a Sustainable travel. During the night, we head to the south of Macedonia, from where we cross the border of Albania, then we follow up the coast, the sunrise welcomes us... Continue Reading →

The Sportiva Bag, the minimalist daypack. Review

Are you looking for a minimalist and durable backpack? I may have the one for you. Some time ago, I wrote about 24 Bottles and their sustainable bottles (here is the post). They did another great job, again, with the Sportiva Bag.  The Sportiva Bag is a durable backpack, without frippery. The materials are great. The... 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 →

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