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Portugal and Greece climate perception, the most resilient to global warming within Mediterranean - breakingtravelnews.com - Spain - Netherlands - Germany - Eu - Denmark - France - Greece - Italy - Portugal - Sweden - Britain - Usa - Turkey
breakingtravelnews.com
24.05.2024 / 07:55

Portugal and Greece climate perception, the most resilient to global warming within Mediterranean

Readiness and data insights to deal with climate change effects and its impact in destinations’ perception can make a difference when designing and executing promotional strategies, to ensure travellers’ expectation do not fall far from the actual experience. This is one of the main arguments Mabrian, the global travel intelligence company, brought to the Resilience Council panel, held during the latest edition of Arabian Travel Market.

Inside One Of Italy’s Most Mesmerizing And Unique Beach Resorts - forbes.com - France - Italy - Monaco - city Monaco
forbes.com
22.05.2024 / 13:31

Inside One Of Italy’s Most Mesmerizing And Unique Beach Resorts

I haven’t ever gone through border control dressed in beachwear, but one day last June I found myself doing just that, as I crossed from France into Italy, ready for a day at the Spiaggetta dei Balzi Rossi, one of Italy’s legendary beach clubs.

A luxury gem on Italy’s fabled Sorrento Coast: Hotel Mediterraneo - traveldailynews.com - Italy - region Campania
traveldailynews.com
22.05.2024 / 12:59

A luxury gem on Italy’s fabled Sorrento Coast: Hotel Mediterraneo

Hotel Mediterraneo in Sorrento evolves from a 3-star to a 5-star luxury destination, offering opulent accommodations and Michelin-star dining with stunning views of Mount Vesuvius.

Portugal and Greece climate perception, the most resilient to global warming among Mediterranean destinations - traveldailynews.com - Spain - Netherlands - Germany - Eu - Denmark - France - Greece - Italy - Portugal - Sweden - Britain - Usa - county Island - Turkey
traveldailynews.com
22.05.2024 / 11:53

Portugal and Greece climate perception, the most resilient to global warming among Mediterranean destinations

Mabrian data indicates that France, United Kingdom and United States are the most sensitive key outbound markets for this region to climate perception, showing the importance unveiling insights based on data to align travellers’ expectations with their actual experience and future demand.

Where to see the world's most beautiful flowers on your travels - lonelyplanet.com - France - Italy - Portugal - Japan - South Africa - Ecuador
lonelyplanet.com
17.05.2024 / 14:29

Where to see the world's most beautiful flowers on your travels

All around the world, ephemeral blooms add a magical new layer to our favorite travel destinations.

The 25 Essential Pasta Dishes to Eat in Italy - nytimes.com - Italy - city New York - city Boston - county Florence - city Mexico City
nytimes.com
17.05.2024 / 10:37

The 25 Essential Pasta Dishes to Eat in Italy

For a food that begins with just flour, water or sometimes eggs, there are infinite variations of pasta. So what happens when you convene a panel of five Italian cuisine experts and ask them to determine the 25 pasta dishes throughout Italy? “I’m sweating,” said Davide Palluda, the chef and owner of All’Enoteca restaurant and osteria in the Piedmont region. “This is too heavy,” he joked during the two-hour video call that I convened to debate his nominations and those of the four other panelists: Stefano Secchi, the chef and a co-owner of New York City’s Rezdôra; the Tuscany-based cookbook author Emiko Davies; the Umbria-based culinary historian Karima Moyer-Nocchi; and the food writer and novelist Roberta Corradin, who lives in Florence, Sicily and Boston. A week before our call, I’d asked each to make their own list of 10 standouts (since he was a panelist, Palluda’s restaurants were automatically excluded); after an energetic debate and several more phone calls, emails and WhatsApp messages, we whittled that list in half. The final picks appear below in unranked alphabetical order, along with the ideal wine to drink with each pasta dish, as recommended by the chosen restaurants and reviewed by Davies’s husband, the sommelier Marco Lami.

Michelin Announces 2024 Picks For Outstanding Hotels In Italy - forbes.com - Spain - France - Italy
forbes.com
16.05.2024 / 14:15

Michelin Announces 2024 Picks For Outstanding Hotels In Italy

As tourists flock to Italy this summer, it may be tough to snag a reservation at one of the 146 hotels recently recognized with “Michelin Keys.”

After Almost 20 Years, Park Hyatt Seoul Remains One Of Gangnam’s Best Places To Stay - forbes.com - Italy - Japan - South Korea - city Seoul - North Korea
forbes.com
16.05.2024 / 11:49

After Almost 20 Years, Park Hyatt Seoul Remains One Of Gangnam’s Best Places To Stay

On my twenty-plus trips to Seoul, I generally steered clear of Gangnam, the district south of the Han River immortalized by the South Korean rapper PSY’s 2012 smash hit “Gangnam Style.” Something, however, shifted in me while planning my recent spring jaunt. Gangbuk, the district north of the Han River—where I’d typically plant myself—started feeling a touch too familiar. Plus: how could I judge a place I hadn’t actually spent quality time in?

Postcard From Rimini, Italy: Designer Alberta Ferretti on Transforming Her Family Home into a Magnificent Hotel - cntraveler.com - Italy - city Santa - region Emilia-Romagna
cntraveler.com
15.05.2024 / 21:09

Postcard From Rimini, Italy: Designer Alberta Ferretti on Transforming Her Family Home into a Magnificent Hotel

“Rimini is my home. I grew up in Cattolica, a nearby village, and I’m incredibly proud of this region of Italy. It’s an often-overlooked part of the country, but there is so much to explore in this area, from the food to the beaches, the culture and, most importantly, the people. There is an easiness to Rimini that makes you feel like a local even when you are just visiting.”

Sun, sea and delicious food: 10 wonderful agriturismos in Italy - theguardian.com - Italy
theguardian.com
15.05.2024 / 11:29

Sun, sea and delicious food: 10 wonderful agriturismos in Italy

You can’t beat an agriturismo. Rural locations, owners whose main job is farming, plus food and drink produced on site all add up to a charmingly informal stay. There is rarely a reception desk and there’ll be dogs and crowing roosters to contend with, but they offer brilliant food and a friendly welcome. And they are not all buried in the countryside; there are lots of agriturismos around Italy’s 5,000 miles of coast. Here are 10 within walking or cycling distance of the beach.

Umbria To Sardinia: Top Places To Stay In Italy This Summer - forbes.com - Italy - city Paris - city Rome
forbes.com
15.05.2024 / 08:47

Umbria To Sardinia: Top Places To Stay In Italy This Summer

This year, Italy’s hotel world is upping the ante when it comes to its many standout luxury offerings, with a plethora of new openings and property updates giving even more choice to visitors. From Italy’s mountainous peaks to its azure waters in the dramatic south of the country, here is Part 2 of Italy’s latest hotel news from the centre to the south of the country.

An Issue All About Pasta and What It Means to Eat It - nytimes.com - Italy - Chile - region Every
nytimes.com
14.05.2024 / 11:27

An Issue All About Pasta and What It Means to Eat It

I (like you, I’m sure) have friends who don’t eat meat. I also have friends who don’t eat fish. Others don’t eat eggs. Then there are the ones who don’t eat fruit. Vegetables. Gluten. Dairy. Nuts. Sugar. Chiles. Salt. Sugar.

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