“People don’t take trips, it’s trips that people take” John Steinbeck.

Traveling is a way of changing oneself and one’s vision of the world by discovering new places and meeting local inhabitants and realities. The people we meet and the experiences we live are the most important part of the journey because they enrich emotionally and create memories that will last over time. Through the places and stories of the locals, the journey becomes an adventure into the dimension of time and memories, an experience of the heart and mind. In our travels there is no tourist, but the traveler, the explorer of places and experiences, the one who refuses the role of consumer and consciously chooses to become the protagonist of his adventure, which is unique and unrepeatable as written for him and by him. And when you return home, you inevitably find yourself changed because with each trip, with each new experience, In our travels there is no tourist, but the traveler, the explorer of places and experiences, the one who refuses the role of consumer and consciously chooses to become the protagonist of his adventure, which is unique and unrepeatable as written for him and by him. . And when you return home, you inevitably find yourself changed because with each trip, with each new experience, you move further and further away from what you were at the time of departure and return enriched and renewed.