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Launch of our sales network

Welcome in our team Riccardo Santagostino, with the role of Sales Director that will follow commercially the Lombardy-Piedmont-Liguria and Emilia Romagna area, and Bruno Normanno, sales consultant. Riccardo Santagostino comments:"Bringing the itineraries proposed by Travel World Escape to travel agencies also means projecting the Agencies themselves towards the future, responding to the
Our road

WTC in Malaysia: What incredible experience!

Yesterday ended our first experience at the WTC ( World Tourism Conference ) in Kota Kinabalu in Malaysia. It was an incredible experience, with new meetings and interesting discussion sessions, in line with our mission I C.A.R.E.Today we can say that sustainable tourism is possible! This year’s theme was "Tourism Futures Reimagined", that wanted to provide an interdisciplinary platform
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Travel World Escape take part to the WTC 2022 in Malaysia

From 28th to 30th November we will be in Malaysia in Kota Kinabalu to take part to the 6th World Tourism Conference 2022 (WTC), an event organized by UNWTO (World tourism organization) and MOTAC (Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture Malaysia). In June 2022 UNWTO welcomed us as members, and now we are proud to have been called to participate in this event: a unique opportunity to prove our
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COP27: are countries ready for a real change?

Two weeks of work, plus two additional days, were not enough for the representatives who took part in COP27 to produce a text capable of keeping together the political balances and the necessary indications for climate security. The only innovation was the insertion of a paragraph on the “Loss & Damage” fund, to compensate for the losses and damages suffered by vulnerable countries due to
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COP27: All eyes on Sharm el-Sheik

On 6th November 2022, COP27, the conference on #climatechange officially opened in Sharm el-Sheikh, where 27 countries gather to take action to achieve the world’s collective climate goals as agreed in the Paris Agreement and the Convention. Now countries have to prove that they have pursue on a new era of implementation, transforming their commitments under the Paris agreement into
Here grows the forest

Future of Tourism: a coalition for better tourism

During our long journey to reach a new awareness, we bumped into a coalition that faced our own questions. Future of Tourism is a coalition of six non-governmental organizations that have come together in an appeal for tourism change, with the aim of placing the needs of the destination at the center of the new future of the sector. (Reminds you? Read more here). In the words of
Regenerative travels

Portugal: travel having a finger in the pie

The Algarve is the southernmost region of Portugal. It is a unique place in the world, thanks to its 150 kilometers of coastline overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. The best way to admire these unique places, where stretches of sand alternate with sheer cliffs, is to treat yourself to a few days in contact with its unspoiled and wild nature. A trip to protect the environment For those who want
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Regenerative tourism at TTG: the new way to travel

Regenerative tourism at TTG The TTG 2022 tourism fair can be considered among the first fairs to leave the two-year travel industry freeze behind. Tourism has certainly changed since the pre-covid period, and according to market surveys, the traveler has responded by bringing back to light what is most important, what truly has value. We have focused more on awareness in terms not only of
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Neverending tourism e neverending travel: together in sustainability

Is it possible to imagine a 'never-ending' tourism experience? Today's travelers are increasingly interested in and attracted to quality experiences, to 'unplugging' and reclaiming their time by staying connected only in the present moment, without anxiety about the future and guilt about the past. Neverending tourism and neverending travel together with sustainability results in
Regenerative travels

Travel in Iceland

Today we want to take you with our minds on this sustainable trip to Iceland, which we are making in collaboration with Professor Roberto Luigi Pagani, a writer, popularizer and doctoral researcher who is permanently residing in Iceland, from where he maintains his blog "An Italian in Iceland": he will lead you to get excited in front of the landscapes and through readings of the ancient



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