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Artribune Travel. Together in the places of culture and art, where things happen

Artribune Travel is born, the new project that offers Artribune readers cultural trips designed by our editorial staff. It starts with the “Modern Turin” tour from 8 December

As part of its growth, differentiation of its activities and as part of the development programs of its first 10 years, artribune launch the project Artribune Travel: a very special travel agency that transforms the contents of the newspaper into real travel experiences in the area.

We have created Artribune Travel in collaboration with those who do this for their job: the agency’s specialists Target Travelalways focused on tailor-made tours. To them the burden of organizing so that everything goes perfectly, to us at Artribune the task of inventing compelling contents and accompanying those who will participate in the tours. From today, in short, enthusiasts, collectors, professionals and art lovers will have an articulated schedule of cultural travels at their disposal, accompanied each time by an expert member of the Artribune team. We will discover together the museums, galleries, foundations, contemporary spaces, artist studios, artisan manufactures, street art, but above all we will try to take you where no other travel agency has ever taken you. Conceiving of tour with a completely new cut always with the aim of meeting the protagonists and getting to the heart and behind the scenes.

ARTRIBUNE TRAVEL. THE PHILOSOPHY

But during a cultural trip you don’t just go to museums and places of art. We also need to eat and sleep and then we will commit ourselves to selecting new restaurants, innovative and creative hotels and creative commercial spaces. Convinced that a journey is only complete when it offers content that is up to par throughout the entire experience. So here is the philosophy of the project that we will soon bring to full capacity: discover the most unusual art, stay away from banality and things already known, sleep in particular places and eat in unconventional places.

Artribune Travel begins its proposal in December 2021 with a tour that will be our number zero. To then propose a complete schedule, month by month, throughout 2022. Let’s start with Modern Turin from 8 to 11 December 2021, one of the members of the Artribune management team will always accompany the group among museums, foundations and galleries, in this case being Turin it could only be Marco Enrico Giacomelli. Here the program.

For info, reservations and collaboration proposals with Artribune Travel: [email protected]
or 041 5041037 active from Monday to Friday from 9 to 18
www.artribune.com/artribune-travel

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