24 Hours in

Where it all started…

A day in another city. Learn how to make the most of travel for work.

I was lucky!

Travel for work is a great deal: it has its own undoubtful advantages.

First of all, it allows you to see a lot of places you normally wouldn’t visit. I don’t think I could be able to see all those Countries with an “ordinary” job. Secondary, so to speak, they are paying you to go there πŸ˜‰ .

In the last 15 years, I had the luck to find two jobs that allowed me to travel all around the world. I’ve travelled from Sydney to Santiago del Chile, from Moscow to Miami, covering quite all the European Countries… and it was fantastic!

Working far away from the comfort zone of your office is a great school. You learn to react faster and more effective. Most of all, you learn to count on yourself and acquire consciousness on your potential. So, travel for work far away from your office is the best thing that can happen to you.
… and you can see things, places and Countries hardly you could have ever seen πŸ˜‰ .

The other side of the thing is that your time is limited: definitely you’ve got no time.
When you are away from your office, you’ve got too many things to do and so little time to do them.

Every meeting, every task, every single action is scheduled in an optimized way to let you stay away the less time, gaining the maximum result.

Truth to be told, it would be, in some way, stupid not taking advantage of the journey to see the local points of interest. You’ve done so many miles, why don’t find the time to see them!

That’s the idea behind this blog.

Create the most detailed and accurate guide of a city, for a 24 hours journey.

The goal of each post is simple. Suppose to have only 24 hours to see the City, find the most important points of interest and realize the best schedule to see them.

It all started a couple of days ago, flying back to Milan from Amsterdam.
We have left the finger and we were waiting for the clearance to taxi towards the runway. A young girl seated by my side was complaining about the lack of time to see the city; I didn’t understand if for work or school commitments, but it really doesn’t matter. It was all just like me, during all these years, but with a difference: now I have 15 years of experience and I’ve learned how to live every minute of my free time to see something new and beautiful and interesting. So, why don’t improve all my experiences and create these guides?

No thrills in these schedules.
The goal is clear and every detail is studied to take you direct to the result, but with one important feature: live the experience as you were a temporary citizen, not a tourist!

Do you like the idea?
πŸ˜€ Great! Stay tuned and follow us in our journeys.

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