2 - 6 October 2018 EM04-18
6 - 10 October 2018 EM05-18
1st day: Individual arrival at Trieste airport or the Hotel Falisia, a Luxury Collection Resort & Spa, Portopiccolo / free time / joint evening meal
2nd day: Guided drive to Slovenia / joint lunch en route / joint evening meal
3rd day: Guided drive to Croatia with SUVs / joint lunch en route / joint evening meal in a restaurant in Trieste
4th day: Guided drive along the Adriatic coast / joint lunch en route / joint evening meal in Trieste
5th day: Leisure time / individual departure or transfer to Trieste airport
Price per person: 3.190 Euro
Requirements for participation: driver's license for at least 3 years and 21 years minimum age
Provision of AMG vehicles (two persons) / roadbook / 4 overnight stays in the Hotel Falisia - a Luxury Collection Resort & Spa / catering throughout the entire event / including drinks with meals / event accompanied by professional photographer / gift for guests
FALISIA RESORT & SPA*****
Location: On the exclusive beach promenade of Portopiccolo, not far from Croatia and Slovenia
Rooms: 65 elegant rooms with designer furnishings, bath, phone, TV, minibar, espresso machine, safe
Amenities: Restaurant, snack bar, pool bar, infinity pool with lake view, access to the Portopiccolo Beach Club approx. 500 meters away, sauna, whirlpool, fitness center, Wi-Fi, non-smoking hotel, no pets allowed
Board: Full, including drinks with meals
What was travel like before the advent of platforms on which private individuals can rent out their apartment by the day or week or that enable you to discover an unknown city for yourself using car2go? For some people, those times are now little more than a vague memory. It’s just so fantastic to make your own fried egg in the morning in a city that was unknown to you until yesterday, to browse someone else’s well-assorted bookshelves and, in most cases, to be supplied first-hand with insider tips – following the motto: “immerse yourself in another life”.
Digitalisation and the opportunities offered by the “sharing economy”, in which you don’t need to own something to use it, are opening the door to new ways of living, travelling and working. People are not just sharing car2go vehicles, using Facebook to stay in touch with friends in faraway places and following their latest music discoveries on Spotify. These technologies are causing people’s own networks to grow exponentially. Often, all it takes is an email to get in touch with friends of friends on the other side of the world.
Our video with stylist and blogger Lizzy van der Ligt describes this way of life and the wide-ranging opportunities that arise from networking and the sharing of information and things. What would it be like if we were one day able not just to book a private apartment for a city trip, but to totally immerse ourselves in another life for a day? Sharing my city: Amsterdam.