EDI­TO­RIAL E EDI­TO­RIAL

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Du­ran­te la primavera e l’esta­te il cli­ma cal­do e secco del Mediterraneo è l’idea­le per tra­scor­re­re pia­ce­vo­li va­can­ze al ma­re, ad esem­pio in una del­le sue tan­te piccole e gran­di in­can­te­vo­li iso­le cir­con­da­te da lim­pi­de ac­que tur­che­si. Come My­ko­nos, l’isola tren­dy dell’ar­ci­pe­la­go del­le Cicladi, af­fa­sci­nan­te, con spiag­ge stu­pen­de, ma­re azzurro tra­spa­ren­te e in­ten­sa vi­ta not­tur­na. O San­to­ri­ni dall’aspet­to del tut­to sin­go­la­re, con i for­ti con­tra­sti del ne­ro la­vi­co del­le roc­ce e il can­do­re del­le co­stru­zio­ni di piccole case uni­fa­mi­lia­ri: un’isola dal fa­sci­no ro­man­ti­co e da­gli stra­bi­lian­ti co­lo­ri. Op­pu­re Skià­thos, do­ve in ogni luogo aleg­gia il profumo del mir­to e si re­spi­ra l’aria bal­sa­mi­ca del­le va­ste pi­ne­te, che ne fan­no un ve­ro paradiso na­tu­ra­li­sti­co, con am­pie aree pro­tet­te a ri­dos­so del­le spiag­ge. O la sug­ge­sti­va isola vul­ca­ni­ca di Pan­tel­le­ria dal­la na­tu­ra in­con­ta­mi­na­ta, con di­ste­se verdi che dall’en­tro­ter­ra si pro­ten­do­no im­po­nen­ti ver­so il ma­re, ca­rat­te­riz­za­ta da spiag­get­te in­can­ta­te e af­fa­sci­nan­ti grot­te ma­ri­ne che si apro­no sul­la sce­na di una na­tu­ra spet­ta­co­la­re. Ma an­che Lam­pe­du­sa, una pre­zio­sa ri­ser­va na­tu­ra­le con spe­cie animali e ve­ge­ta­li, ha­bi­tat ra­ri e spiag­ge di sab­bia do­ra­ta af­fac­cia­te su ac­que cri­stal­li­ne abi­ta­te da un’in­cre­di­bi­le va­rie­tà di pe­sci. E, in te­ma di ac­que, an­che i la­ghi lom­bar­di, da primavera agli ini­zi d’au­tun­no, of­fro­no un cli­ma la­cu­stre ot­ti­ma­le e un’in­vi­tan­te at­mo­sfe­ra per sco­pri­re iti­ne­ra­ri tra spon­de che sve­la­no am­bien­ti naturali e abi­ta­ti che con­ser­va­no meraviglie ar­chi­tet­to­ni­che. E il fa­sci­no del­la cro­cie­ra sui ba­ci­ni del­la Lom­bar­dia re­ga­la pro­prio que­ste espe­rien­ze di ra­ra sug­ge­stio­ne. Per un viag­gio ol­tre Ocea­no, vi­si­tia­mo in­ve­ce la cit­tà di To­kyo culla di mo­der­ni­tà e tra­di­zio­ne, con i grat­ta­cie­li con­tem­po­ra­nei o i tem­pli an­ti­chi, in­te­res­san­ti tea­tri e musei o i ma­gi­ci par­chi di ci­lie­gi in fio­re. To­kyo è rag­giun­gi­bi­le dall’Aeroporto di Mi­la­no- Ber­ga­mo ef­fet­tuan­do un bre­ve sca­lo all’Aeroporto di Monaco di Ba­vie­ra tra­mi­te Air Do­lo­mi­ti e pro­se­guen­do poi con vo­li Luf­than­sa e Star Al­lian­ce. Nel­la ru­bri­ca de­di­ca­ta agli ae­ro­por­ti, un focus sul­la nuo­va pi­sta dell’Aeroporto di Mi­la­no- Ber­ga­mo, di­ven­ta­ta un ca­so di stu­dio nel cam­po del­le pro­get­ta­zio­ni ae­ro­nau­ti­che: una ri­qua­li­fi­ca­zio­ne d’in­te­res­se per tut­te le real­tà ae­ro­por­tua­li do­ta­te di una so­la stri­scia di de­col­lo e at­ter­rag­gio. E poi l’intervista a Va­le­ria Re­ba­sti, Com­mer­cial Coun­try Ma­na­ger di Vo­lo­tea, per co­no­sce­re me­glio la com­pa­gnia ae­rea, le nuo­ve rot­te dall’Ita­lia e i suoi svi­lup­pi fu­tu­ri. Le de­sti­na­zio­ni tu­ri­sti­che di Avion Tou­ri­sm pro­se­guo­no poi sul Por­ta­le d’In­for­ma­zio­ne Tu­ri­sti­ca Ae­ro­por­tua­le, www. avion­tou­ri­sm. com, do­ve è pos­si­bi­le con­sul­ta­re le in­for­ma­zio­ni tu­ri­sti­che del­le più at­traen­ti cit­tà eu­ro­pee, gli ae­ro­por­ti, le com­pa­gnie ae­ree e gli en­ti del tu­ri­smo di ri­fe­ri­men­to. Un si­to in­ter­net frui­bi­le da ogni di­spo­si­ti­vo, uti­le per or­ga­niz­za­re un viag­gio in Eu­ro­pa e, sui ca­na­li so­cial de­di­ca­ti, con­di­vi­de­re in­fi­ne le più en­tu­sia­sman­ti emo­zio­ni di viag­gio. Buon viag­gio con Avion Tou­ri­sm. Du­ring spring and sum­mer, the warm, dry weather of the Me­di­ter­ra­nean area ma­kes it the per­fect pla­ce for spen­ding a won­der­ful holiday by the sea, for exam­ple on one of the many small or lar­ge islands sur­roun­ded by calm tur­quoi­se blue wa­ters. An island su­ch as My­ko­nos, the tren­die­st of the Cy­cla­des, an al­lu­ring pla­ce with fan­ta­stic bea­ches, clear blue sea and li­ve­ly nightli­fe. Or San­to­ri­ni, with its unique ap­pea­ran­ce and sharp con­trasts gi­ven by the black la­va rocks and the white walls of small sin­gle- family hou­ses: an island with a romantic charm and asto­ni­shing co­lours. Or Skia­thos, whe­re eve­ry­whe­re is im­bued with the scent of myr­tle and the bal­sa­mic air of the va­st pi­ne fo­rests, whi­ch ma­ke it a true na­tu­re- lo­ver’s pa­ra­di­se, with spa­cious pro­tec­ted areas near to the bea­ches. Or the stri­king vol­ca­nic island of Pan­tel­le­ria with its un­spoilt natural en­vi­ron­ment, green areas that ex­tend from the in­te­rior to­wards the sea, en­chan­ting bea­ches and fa­sci­na­ting sea ca­ves that open out on­to spec­ta­cu­lar natural views. But al­so Lam­pe­du­sa, a va­lua­ble na­tu­re re­ser­ve with unique plant and animal spe­cies, ra­re habitats, golden san­dy bea­ches and cry­stal- clear wa­ters that are in­ha­bi­ted by an in­cre­di­ble va­rie­ty of fi­sh Spea­king of wa­ter, even Lom­bar­dy’s la­kes, from spring to the be­gin­ning of autumn, of­fer ex­cel­lent weather and in­vi­ting at­mo­sphe­res for di­sco­ve­ring iti­ne­ra­ries along their sho­res; iti­ne­ra­ries that re­veal beautiful coun­try­si­de and to­wns pre­ser­ving ar­chi­tec­tu­ral ma­ster­pie­ces. The charm of a crui­se on Lom­bar­dy’s la­kes is ideal for en­joy­ing the­se fa­sci­na­ting ex­pe­rien­ces. If you’d pre­fer a trip over­seas, we vi­sit, in­stead, the city of To­kyo, a crad­le of mo­der­ni­ty and tra­di­tions, with new sky­scra­pers and an­cient tem­ples, in­te­re­sting thea­tres and mu­seums and won­der­ful parks of flo­we­ring cher­ries. To­kyo can be rea­ched from Mi­lan- Ber­ga­mo Airport with a brief stop at Mu­ni­ch Airport with the air­li­ne Air Do­lo­mi­ti and then with Luf­than­sa and Star Al­lian­ce. In our co­lumn de­di­ca­ted to air­ports, we focus on the new ru­n­way at Mi­lan- Ber­ga­mo Airport, whi­ch has be­co­me a case stu­dy in the field of ae­ro­nau­ti­cal plan­ning: a re­de­ve­lo­p­ment of interest to all air­ports equip­ped with ju­st one ta­ke- off and lan­ding strip. We al­so in­ter­viewed Va­le­ria Re­ba­sti, Com­mer­cial Coun­try Ma­na­ger of Vo­lo­tea, to learn mo­re about the air­li­ne, its new rou­tes in Italy and its future de­ve­lo­p­men­ts. De­tails on other Avion Tou­ri­sm de­sti­na­tions can be found on the Airport Tou­ri­st In­for­ma­tion web­si­te www. avion­tou­ri­sm. com, whe­re in­for­ma­tion is pro­vi­ded on Europe’s most in­te­re­sting ci­ties, air­li­nes and tou­ri­sm boards of re­fe­ren­ce. This web­si­te can be viewed on any de­vi­ce and is use­ful for or­ga­ni­sing a trip in Europe. And fi­nal­ly, on de­di­ca­ted so­cial chan­nels, we in­vi­te you to share your most exciting tra­vel ex­pe­rien­ces. Have a good trip with Avion Tou­ri­sm

An­ge­la Tri­vi­gno

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