Our cities are a clear example of two very different ways of approaching tourism: On the one hand, Metz is not a city where many tourists go. Its appeal lies in a charming old city center very well maintained, which is full of cobbled pedestrian streets. On the other hand, Malaga’s coast is one of the favorite destinations of thousands of tourists every year. It’s a clear example of the construction without limits that has been suffering all the Spanish coast to be able to host every year all those tourists who are looking for the sun, the beach and la fiesta.
One one hand we have the old industrial chimney. It is one of the view remains of Malaga that remembers the industrial background of the city. On the other side we see the Serpenoise in Metz, a reconstruction of one of the oldest city gates.
This year our project takes a new turn! Diana leaves Valencia to live in Metz, in northeastern France, and Katharina returns to Spain, passing first through Malaga and then on to Bilbao. We’re glad to share this new period with all of you