Il Sole 24 Ore is interested in Catalan culture and traditions
The Catalan Tourist Board, with the collaboration of the Costa Brava Tourist Board, has organized a press trip through the Italian media IL - Idee & Lifestyle to be published at its supplement Il Sole 24 Ore.
The monthly magazine publishes 250,000 copies and reaches 875,000 people. The value of the entire report will be € 275,000. You can view the magazine at http://24ilmagazine.ilsole24ore.com/
The report will be about Catalan culture and traditions, especially related to crafts. In the province of Girona, they have taken a guided tour of the points of greatest cultural interest and a glassware workshop, in Begur they have discovered the Indian tradition and also visited medieval villages such as Besalú, Monells, Cruïlles and Peratallada. In La Bisbal d'Empordà they have known their ceramic tradition, visiting the Terracotta Museum to have a historical introduction and then a visit to a ceramic workshop to experience the art of ceramics at first hand. They also took advantage of their visit to capture images of everyday scenes and the landscape of the Costa Brava.