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Four chat with ... Marco Delfiol

Marco Delfiol writer talks to Paolo Papotti researcher
Thursday, December 2, 2010 10:30 am - Cairoli Institute
"Travel InterRail in "
Europe and how to find themselves in a few weeks
Coordinator: Gloria Ghioni - blogger" CriticaLetteraria "

From Morocco to the North Cape If your goal is not only a goal , but crossing places and meet new people, take your time and do not leave home without this guide. Ten train routes in Europe - from Scandinavia to the Iberian Peninsula, from Eastern Europe to the Balkans (with two raids in exotic Morocco and Turkey) - and all the tips and information that you should know before you travel: how InterRail does, the chief among the cheap tickets for trains, such as a backpack and tent to choose, but also how to find the best places to spend the night or those with little to eat and have fun.

Delfiol Marco was born in Florence in 1975. Coordinator of the site, is director of the "Travel and Freedom", which promotes travel traveling as a tool for understanding and peaceful coexistence among peoples. Photographer reportage, concerts and live events, he published the book "Air Theseus. History of an airline Florentine "(Gan Editions).

Paolo Papotti was born in Rome in 1978. In 1997 he founded, the largest Italian site dedicated to independent travel. Author of novels and short stories, including "D414" (Fernandel) and "Like when the train moves" (Messenger Publishing), lives in Rome where he worked as a researcher at the University Roma Tre.


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