EDI­TO­RIA­LE EDITORIAL

Avion Tourism Airport Magazine - - Editorial - An­ge­la Tri­vi­gno

So­prag­giun­ta l’esta­te, le me­te do­ve tra­scor­re­re le va­can­ze nei me­si più cal­di dell’an­no so­no ve­ra­men­te tan­te e tut­te fa­cil­men­te rag­giun­gi­bi­li dall’Ae­ro­por­to di Mi­la­no Ber­ga­mo, co­mo­da­men­te in po­che ore di vo­lo. Ma an­che chi ar­ri­va a Ber­ga­mo può sor­pren­der­si, per­ché può vi­si­ta­re va­rie bel­le lo­ca­li­tà nel­la pro­vin­cia do­ve pas­sa­re qual­che gior­no di va­can­za im­mer­si nel­la ver­de na­tu­ra del­la Val Brem­ba­na o del­la Val Se­ria­na op­pu­re sul La­go d’Iseo o sul La­go d’En­di­ne, en­tram­bi bal­nea­bi­li. Per chi par­te dall’Ae­ro­por­to di Mi­la­no Ber­ga­mo non ha che l’im­ba­raz­zo del­la scel­ta, a par­ti­re dal­le de­sti­na­zio­ni ita­lia­ne do­ve si può viag­gia­re all’in­se­gna del­la sco­per­ta del­le più bel­le cit­tà che co­stel­la­no il Sud del­la pe­ni­so­la, lam­bi­te da cal­de ac­que do­ve tuf­far­si ma an­che ric­che di in­ter­mi­na­bi­li te­so­ri ar­ti­sti­ci, sto­ri­ci e cul­tu­ra­li che tut­to il mon­do am­bi­sce, pri­ma o poi, di ve­ni­re a vi­si­ta­re. Co­me La­me­zia Ter­me in Ca­la­bria, Ba­ri e Brin­di­si in Pu­glia, Pa­ler­mo, Tra­pa­ni e Ca­ta­nia nell’Iso­la di Si­ci­lia, Al­ghe­ro, Ca­glia­ri e Ol­bia nell’Iso­la di Sar­de­gna. O, an­co­ra, la stu­pen­da Na­po­li, in Cam­pa­nia, con le sue mol­te­pli­ci at­trat­ti­ve ar­ti­sti­che in cit­tà e le sue bel­lez­ze tutt’in­tor­no, rag­giun­gi­bi­li con escur­sio­ni ver­so le vi­ci­ne iso­le, co­me quel­la stra­bi­lian­te di Ca­pri, o le ri­no­ma­te aree ar­cheo­lo­gi­che co­me Pom­pei. Ma, pu­re le pic­co­le e in­can­te­vo­li iso­le di Pan­tel­le­ria e Lam­pe­du­sa, sep­pur dif­fe­ren­ti nel­la lo­ro ti­pi­ci­tà, of­fro­no va­can­ze in­di­men­ti­ca­bi­li nel­la na­tu­ra in­con­ta­mi­na­ta, tut­ta me­di­ter­ra­nea, do­ve la­sciar­si av­vol­ge­re dal pa­no­ra­ma moz­za­fia­to del ma­re tur­che­se e da spiag­ge ba­cia­te dal so­le. Al­tre de­sti­na­zio­ni ma­re, da ab­bi­na­re inol­tre a un “tuf­fo“nel­la co­no­scen­za del­la sto­ria e dell’ar­te più an­ti­ca, pos­so­no es­se­re quel­le di An­ta­lya, Iz­mir e Bo­drum in Tur­chia, un’oc­ca­sio­ne per co­no­sce­re non so­lo nuo­ve spiag­ge, ma an­che il cuo­re sto­ri­co del­la Tur­chia, ric­ca di mi­ti, ar­te e cul­tu­ra. An­ta­lya, Iz­mir e Bo­drum so­no rag­giun­gi­bi­li dall’Ae­ro­por­to di Mi­la­no Ber­ga­mo ef­fet­tuan­do un bre­ve sca­lo all’Ae­ro­por­to di Istan­bul ( SAW) tra­mi­te Pe­ga­sus Air­li­nes e pro­se­guen­do poi con vo­li in coin­ci­den­za gra­zie all’of­fer­ta del­la stes­sa com­pa­gnia ae­rea che da Istan­bul, in po­che ore di vo­lo, rag­giun­ge que­ste bel­le me­te sul ma­re tur­co. Una va­can­za dif­fe­ren­te e, si­cu­ra­men­te d’al­tret­tan­to fa­sci­no, la of­fre in­ve­ce l’Ucrai­na con le cit­tà di Kiev e Cher­ni­v­tsi. Rag­giun­gi­bi­li con vo­li del­la com­pa­gnia ae­rea Ukrai­ne Air­li­nes dal­lo sca­lo di Mi­la­no Ber­ga­mo, que­ste due cit­tà of­fro­no spun­ti d’in­te­res­se no­te­vo­li tra mo­nu­men­ti, mu­sei e im­por­tan­ti at­trat­ti­ve tu­ri­sti­che co­me al­cu­ni dei lo­ro si­ti di­chia­ra­ti Pa­tri­mo­nio dell’Uma­ni­tà dall’UNESCO. In­fi­ne, uno sguar­do al­le no­vi­tà dei vo­li of­fer­ti dal­le com­pa­gnie ae­ree dell’Ae­ro­por­to di Mi­la­no Ber­ga­mo con un’an­te­pri­ma sul­le de­sti­na­zio­ni del pros­si­mo In­ver­no. Avion Tou­ri­sm Ma­ga­zi­ne vi aspet­ta in ae­ro­por­to ai Ga­te d’Im­bar­co o nel­le Vip Loun­ge e, tra­mi­te il QR Co­de po­si­zio­na­to su­gli espo­si­to­ri del­la ri­vi­sta, po­te­te sca­ri­ca­re inol­tre an­che la ver­sio­ne di­gi­ta­le e leg­ger­la su tut­ti i di­spo­si­ti­vi in at­te­sa del vo­lo. Op­pu­re, ef­fet­tua­re il do­wn­load gra­tui­to an­che dall’Edi­co­la Di­gi­ta­le In­ter­na­zio­na­le www. pres­srea­der. com, dal si­to in­ter­net dell’Ae­ro­por­to www. orioae­ro­por­to. it o dal Por­ta­le d’In­for­ma­zio­ne Tu­ri­sti­ca Ae­ro­por­tua­le www. avion­tou­ri­sm. com Buon viag­gio con Avion Tou­ri­sm Now that sum­mer has ar­ri­ved, the­re are plen­ty of de­sti­na­tions for a ho­li­day du­ring the hot­te­st mon­ths of the year, all ea­si­ly rea­ched from Mi­lan Ber­ga­mo air­port in ju­st a few hours of fly­ing ti­me. Vi­si­tors to Ber­ga­mo will al­so find sur­pri­ses in the pro­vin­ce’s ma­ny beau­ti­ful lo­ca­tions, whi­ch are ideal for spen­ding ho­li­days sur­roun­ded by na­tu­re, su­ch as the Brem­ba­na Val­ley and Se­ria­na Val­ley, or La­ke Iseo and La­ke En­di­ne, bo­th sui­ta­ble for swim­ming. Tra­vel­lers lea­ving from Mi­lan Ber­ga­mo Air­port are tru­ly spoilt for choi­ce, be­gin­ning wi­th the ma­ny Ita­lian de­sti­na­tions on of­fer. The­se in­clu­de so­me of the coun­try’s mo­st beau­ti­ful ci­ties in the sou­th of the pe­nin­su­la, whi­ch are wa­shed by warm wa­ters per­fect for swim­ming but al­so fil­led wi­th end­less ar­ti­stic, hi­sto­ri­cal and cul­tu­ral trea­su­res that eve­ryo­ne in the world ho­pes to see soo­ner or la­ter. Ci­ties su­ch as La­me­zia Ter­me in Ca­la­bria, Ba­ri and Brin­di­si in Pu­glia, Pa­ler­mo, Tra­pa­ni and Ca­ta­nia on the island of Si­ci­ly, and Al­ghe­ro, Ca­glia­ri and Ol­bia on the island of Sar­di­nia; or even won­der­ful Na­ples in Cam­pa­nia, whi­ch of­fers end­less ar­ti­stic trea­su­res in its ci­ty cen­tre and beau­ti­ful at­trac­tions in the sur­roun­ding area; trea­su­res that can al­so be found on near­by islands, su­ch as asto­ni­shing Ca­pri, or Pom­peii, wi­th its re­no­w­ned ar­chaeo­lo­gi­cal areas; but al­so on other smal­ler, equal­ly en­chan­ting islands, su­ch as Pan­tel­le­ria and Lam­pe­du­sa, whi­ch al­thou­gh ve­ry dif­fe­rent, of­fer un­for­get­ta­ble ho­li­days among an un­spoilt, ty­pi­cal­ly Me­di­ter­ra­nean na­tu­ral en­vi­ron­ment wi­th spec­ta­cu­lar views over tur­quoi­se wa­ters and sun- kis­sed bea­ches. Other de­sti­na­tions by the sea, whi­ch can be com­bi­ned wi­th an im­mer­si­ve jour­ney in­to the lo­cal hi­sto­ry and an­cient art, in­clu­de An­ta­lya, Iz­mir and Bo­drum in Tur­key: oc­ca­sions for get­ting to know new bea­ches as well as the hi­sto­ric heart of Tur­key, ri­ch in le­gend, art and cul­tu­re. An­ta­lya, Iz­mir and Bo­drum can be rea­ched from Mi­lan Ber­ga­mo Air­port wi­th a brief stop in Istan­bul Air­port ( SAW) using Pe­ga­sus Air­li­nes and con­ti­nuing on wi­th con­nec­ting flights of­fe­red by the sa­me air­li­ne, whi­ch from Istan­bul rea­ch the­se beau­ti­ful de­sti­na­tions on the sea of Tur­key in ju­st a few hours of flight ti­me. A dif­fe­rent ty­pe of ho­li­day, but equal­ly in­te­re­sting, is of­fe­red by Ukrai­ne, in the ci­ties of Kiev and Cher­ni­v­tsi. Bo­th de­sti­na­tions can be rea­ched using the air­li­ne Ukrai­ne Air­li­nes from Mi­lan Ber­ga­mo Air­port, and of­fer ex­tre­me­ly in­te­re­sting at­trac­tions that in­clu­de mo­nu­men­ts, mu­seums and other no­ta­ble pla­ces su­ch as tho­se de­si­gna­ted World He­ri­ta­ge Si­tes by UNESCO. La­stly, we ta­ke a look at the news from the air­li­nes ope­ra­ting out of Mi­lan Ber­ga­mo Air­port, wi­th a pre­view of the de­sti­na­tions ser­ved this win­ter. Avion Tou­ri­sm Ma­ga­zi­ne awai­ts you in the air­port at the Boar­ding Ga­tes or in the VIP Loun­ges and, via the QR Co­de po­si­tio­ned on the ma­ga­zi­ne news­stands, or by do­wn­loa­ding the di­gi­tal ver­sion, it can be read on any de­vi­ce whi­le wai­ting for your flight. The ma­ga­zi­ne can al­so be do­wn­loa­ded free of char­ge from the in­ter­na­tio­nal on- li­ne news­stand www. pres­srea­der. com, from the air­port’s web­si­te www. orioae­ro­por­to. it, or from the Air­port Tou­ri­st In­for­ma­tion Por­tal www. avion­tou­ri­sm. com Ha­ve a good trip wi­th Avion Tou­ri­sm

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