Slow Travel Experience

“Nowhere else in the world sensuality, orality, happiness and inclusion exist in such a flaming sythesis. Brazilians live sensually with intense serenity. I see “orality” as the openess to express one’s feelings, it is to speak about them. As for inclusion I understand it as the willingness to welcome the other, by living together in harmony, sincretically, with all races in the world and Gods from heaven. Each of these things get even lighter thanks to the perennial welcoming attitude and natural happiness, expressed through the body, the musicality and the dance.” Domenico De Masi

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on 30.09.2014
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Experience Travel Minas Gerais
on 22.04.2011
Brazilian architecture
on 04.01.2011
Viaggi di Architettura in Brasile a Pasqua con Cultour
on 28.12.2010

Our travellers' emotions

Roberta de Oxum

“Sorry, this entry is only available in Portuguese and Italiano. ”

Cultour riesce a "cucire" il viaggio ideale grazie al suo "sarto"... Marco.

“Ragazzi…. che state aspettando a prenotare ??? Qualsiasi destinazione, qualsiasi periodo……purchè si tratti del Brasileeeee. Bambini, giovani e meno giovani ( io garantisco da 8 a 75 anni), con la cultour riuscirete a farvi cucire addosso il viaggio ideale se…….vi affidate a Marco. Non vorrei che questo sembrasse un messaggio promozionale ma , in [...]”

Salvatore (Avellino)

“Hi Marco, I truly thank you…for everything…these are words that sprout with that sensation of melancholy that stays with me for hours. Rhythm, colors, sounds, places, remain in my mind.  To know Brazil for me is a necessary step…it is a place in which to lose oneself and sometimes to discover oneself…While I am writing… [...]”