Bastia Ville Digitale 2017: the creative innovations of digital technology

  • Published: 11-10-2017
  • Category: Events

bastia ville digitale 2017

Bastia Ville Digitale 2017, is the meeting place in the Mediterranean for those who are interested in digital arts and crafts. The seventh edition will be held in Bastia from 16 to 21 October. The goal of this event is to present all the creative possibilities of the digital world by delivering best practices and know-how. The event brings together the sectors of economics, research, art and culture.


The 2017 edition

The seventh edition of Bastia Ville Digitale provides a free and open access to those who want to explore all the creative innovations of digital technology. In past editions, more than 2000 visitors from all over the world participated in it, Bastia Ville Digitale is a conference that brings together 15 Corsican Tech meetings delivered in 5 days. The program is very rich and the participants can be really satisfied and anxious to carry out their projects.


Further information

For more information on the full program, please visit the official website of the event: and follow the conference on the facebook page.


Bastia: what to see

Historical and fascinating: this is Bastia, a city where many hidden corners are waiting for you. The Statue of Napoleon, for example, by Lorenzo Bartolini, is one of its symbols and is certainly among the main things to see. Art and architecture passionates will find themselves at Piazza San Nicola, the heart of the city of Bastia and a meeting point. And again, the Cathedral of St John the Baptist, the largest religious building in Corsica, with frescoes by two Florentine artists, Olimpio Bandinelli and Oreste Malfanti, in 1870. And for those who love shopping there is Boulevard Paoli, the area commercial city.


How to get

The ferry is the best way to get to Corsica. The main italian ports where you can take the Ferries to Corsica are: Piombino, Livorno, Genoa, Savona, Santa Teresa di Gallura, which directly overlooks the Boulevards of Bonifacio.


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