INTERVIEWS BY BESIDES THE OBVIOUS
Interviews with local people and travel industry representatives provide valuable insights into the current trends, challenges, and opportunities within the travel sector. By speaking directly with locals and professionals from various segments of the industry, including tour operators, hoteliers, travel agents, and tourism boards, we gain firsthand knowledge of their experiences, strategies, and perspectives. These interviews shed light on emerging destinations, innovative technologies, sustainability efforts, and the changing dynamics of traveler preferences, helping us understand the ever-evolving landscape of the travel industry.
Through interviews with travel industry representatives, we gain a deeper understanding of the impact of global events and trends on travel, such as the COVID-19 pandemic, environmental concerns, and shifts in consumer behavior. These conversations allow us to explore the strategies and initiatives implemented by industry leaders to adapt to changing circumstances and meet the evolving needs of travelers. Additionally, interviews provide an opportunity to discuss the importance of collaboration, partnerships, and the sharing of best practices within the travel industry. They also offer a platform for industry experts to share their insights, advice, and future predictions, providing valuable guidance for travelers and professionals alike. Overall, interviews with travel industry representatives serve as a valuable resource for staying informed and connected within the dynamic world of travel.
Interviews with travel industry representatives also offer a platform to discuss the role of technology in shaping the future of travel, including the use of artificial intelligence, virtual reality, and mobile applications. They provide a forum to delve into topics such as sustainable tourism practices, community engagement, and responsible travel initiatives. Furthermore, these interviews enable us to gain a broader perspective on the economic and social impact of the travel industry, including job creation, cultural exchange, and the promotion of global understanding.
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Probably the best way to discover Penedès is by bicycle. This is the interview with Bikemotions, a bicycle tourism services company located in Subirats. We got a promotional video where we saw a train station surrounded by vineyards. It had a large parking lot with bikes for rent. We thought that was an attractive offer,…Keep reading
Segurament la millor manera de descobrir el Penedès és el turisme en bicicleta. Aquesta és la entrevista amb Bikemotions, una empresa de serveis turístics en bicicleta ubicada a Subirats. Ens va arribar un vídeo promocional on es veia una estació de tren envoltada de vinyes amb un gran aparcament de bicicletes per llogar. Ens va…Keep reading
For Hungarian version click here. A magyar verziót itt éred el. BTO – Could you please give us a short introduction to “Magyar Vándor Barcelona”? MV – The visitors to Barcelona have the opportunity to discover the mysteries of the city and the narrow alleys not known to everyone with the Hungarian-language tours led by…Keep reading
For the English version please click here. A Barcelonába látogatóknak lehetősége nyílik a “Magyar Vándor Barcelona” által vezetett magyar nyelvű túrákkal a város rejtélyeit felfedezni, a nem mindenki által ismert szűk sikátorokba betekinteni. Az élményt gazdagítják a város egyetlen idegenvezetői engedéllyel rendelkező magyar túravezető, Dani (aki immár 18 éve él a katalán fővárosban) szenvedéllyel teli…Keep reading
We think that wine has a deep influence on the culture and identity of Tarragona Region. Therefore, we wanted to speak with someone relevant to represent the Denomination of Origin Tarragona. We wrote them directly, to an e-mail address found on the Internet and they offered the phone number of the President of DO Tarragona.…Keep reading
This is the interview with Manel Sales, Major of Renau in Camp de Tarragona Region, who opened and showed to us Loreto Hermitage, renovated by the villagers with the help of Josep Maria Jujol as an architect. Read here our full review about Renau. We first learned about the existence of Loreto Hermitage (officially Ermita…Keep reading
This is the interview with Gener Aymamí i Domingo (Reus 1951), a versatile man but apparently he has always been attached to various ways of knowing the Catalan territory. He holds a degree in Hispanic Archeology from the UB (Barcelona University) and has been responsible for the journal Excursionisme of the Unió Excursionista de Catalunya…Keep reading
Aquesta és l’entrevista amb Gener Aymamí i Domingo (Reus 1951), un home polifacètic, però que pel que sembla sempre ha estat enganxat a diverses formes de conèixer el territori. És diplomat en Arqueologia Hispànica per la UB i ha estat durant vint-i-cinc anys responsable de la revista Excursionisme de la Unió Excursionista de Catalunya, entitat que també presidí.…Keep reading
Xavier Mejuto is the CEO of Itinere Tarragona, a company created more than 20 years ago to provide routes around the heritage of Tarragona. The offer of Itinere Tarragona is attractively presented on its website. We wanted to meet Xavier to know more about what the city can offer, how the locals live with the…Keep reading
Aquesta és la entrevista a la propietària de Cal Serafí, un icònic celler al vell mig del centre històric de Torredembarra. És la Dolors, que de seguida ens va respondre per correu electrònic que es prestava a fer l’entrevista. Hem quedat a les quatre, quan el celler està tancat i ens rep amb dues persones…Keep reading
Here you can read an interview with the owner of Cal Serafí, the iconic wine-shop in the old part of the historic center of Torredembarra. She is Dolors Torné, who immediately answered us by e-mail and kindly accepted to do the interview. We met at 4 p.m. when the wine-shop is usually closed and she…Keep reading