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Start. Follow a path on the map, mark it, imagine the landscapes, the roads, the faces that you will meet, dream of the silence along the journey. And then off, step by step or pedal after pedal. For all those who cannot think of a holiday without moving, exploring, traveling at the rhythm allowed by their legs, whether on foot or by bike, on holidays in Italy, Il Sole 24 Ore dedicates two volumes: “Cammina Italia” , created by the association La Compagnia dei Cammini, on newsstands with the newspaper from 30 June for a month, and “Pedala Italia”, on newsstands from 7 July for a month.
Two proposals that allow you to rediscover, in a sustainable and respectful of nature, the beauties of our country, also contributing to the support of a key sector for Italy such as tourism. “Cammina Italia” offers 20 itineraries, one per region, proposed by some of the top experts in the field: walk within everyone’s reach, which can be undertaken alone, in family or in small groups. Almost all within reach of families with children, obviously trained and possibly at least 10 years old. Even “Pedala Italia” offers 20 interregional itineraries with practical indications, photos and maps, which can be tackled with trips ranging from 3 to 15 days. Routes within everyone’s reach, from expert cycle travelers to novice families. Both volumes will be available at newsstands for € 11.90 in addition to the price of the newspaper and can also be booked online and purchased thanks to the Prima Edicola service on www.primaedicola.it and on the e-commerce channels of Sole 24 Ore.