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Chioggia, Courmayeur and Naples among New York Times 2022 destinations

2022-01-10T17:51:52.552Z

As in the past, the New York Times publishes the list of 52 places on the planet to visit in the year that has just begun and this time three Italian locations - Chioggia, Courmayeur and Naples - are included in the list that includes remote destinations and others behind the corner. . (ANSA)



(by Alessandra Baldini) (ANSA) - NEW YORK, 10 JAN - As in the past, the New York Times publishes the list of 52 places on the planet to visit in the year that has just begun and this time three Italian locations - Chioggia, Courmayeur and Naples - are included in the A list that includes remote destinations and others around the corner for New Yorkers: among them Queens, the suburb across the East River with its ethnic restaurants that "put the world on the plate for the price of a subway ticket". The key to the choices is sustainable tourism in which "visitors can make a difference", explains the newspaper, presenting the new hit parade of "travel destinations for a changed world". Chioggia, a "Venice in miniature" actually older than the Serenissima, is proposed as "delicious alternative for a traveler in search of lesser-known destinations, "writes the newspaper. The New York Times notes that, while Venice worries about being overwhelmed by mass tourism again after the end of the pandemic, a visit to other places in the lagoon rich in culture such as Chioggia "can help to ease the pressure." A "drain valve for the excesses of tourism", then.therefore a drain valve for the excesses of tourism ", therefore.therefore a drain valve for the excesses of tourism ", therefore.


   Turning to Courmayeur, the New York Times praises the efforts made by local administrators to conserve the fragile ecosystem of glaciers by creating a balance between tourism and conservation of the environment.

As for Naples, it is a choice that could seem obvious as the Campania capital par excellence is on the list of places to see before you die (the famous 'bucket list').

But for Naples the future is "precarious", notes ilquotidiano, citing a recent study: without interventions, the city risks facing 55 days of extreme heat by 2049 which could almost double by 2081.


   "The good news is that some Neapolitans they are rolling up their sleeves "and that the authorities encourage tourists to visit the city on foot". (ANSA).


Source: ansa

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