The closing days of the festival “The World of Travel” commemorated screenings of pieces of work belonging to various genres. There was a grand total of 54 films from 6 countries including France, Lithuania, Belarus and Nepal that tossed their hat into the ring.
Of the14 films displayed the majority of them were professional pieces. Among them was a piece of work by the tourist organisation "Tourism of Barcelona" ("Some Reasons to Visit Barcelona"). “FotofilmCalella Association” presented their creations “Musical trip around Calella in the 60’s” and a photographic slideshow by Joaquim Sitjá "The Argentinean tango". A Belorussian travel agency “Anbosta” introduced a 20 minute video “Batumi 2012” to the audience. Among amateur contestants, two creations “Valencia” and “Casablanca” by famous Spanish blogger Eduardo Perez were highlighted by the Jury. In the midst of all presented promotional videos a piece of work by Lithuanian film director Dali Rust seemed to be most profound. In his movie “Boundary Zone” 2011, the creator touches upon a topic of birds and a human being.
In Curonian Spit, which southern portion lies within Russia and its northern portion within southwestern Lithuania, there is a colony of cormorants, whose coexistence with humans is threatened nowadays. While the ornithic settlement was small, it was a feather in the cap. The colony was included in Lithuanian "Red Data Book" and shown proudly to visitors. Today there are more than three thousand nests here that cause indignation of fishermen: competition between humans and birds made the Curonian Bay cramped. The author brings up a question where is the line on which the bird turns into the enemy from attraction.
At the close of screening soirée they presented a drama “Burnt skin” 1966 by Josep Maria Forn. The film director highlighted the problem of internal migration in Spain in the 1970’s and also reveals the beauty of Andalusia and the coast of Costa Brava, where the film was shot. And to close the night, an opportunity to interact with actor and film director Algis Arlauskas and the screening of his film “The Party”.
The next festival day was opened by screenings of the films devoted to the sights of Catalonia. From 5 pm viewers who arrived in the entertainment center in Lloret de Mar, could get acquainted with the creative work of  Josep Bernat, the director of amateur films about the Costa Brava region. An 11 minute movie "Modernist Lloret" allowed you to look at the city through the prism of historical and architectural heritage. Excellent camerawork was highlighted by the Jury while watching a short, but colourful and picturesque video "Parade celebrating Santa Christina festival" where the shots were taken from a helicopter.
Kirill Vertyaev's (Russia) pieces of work "I wanna be free", "Vulcan Teide" were shown. "The blessed earth" by Radik Kilmamatov, and also a film "Mezhozerye" from the studio of popular scientific, documentary, feature and corporate films "Lennauchfilm". It should be noted that it is a debut motion picture of director Andrey Gladkikh.
The crucial plot points of the film are that close to familiar things there is always something special, and just 300 km from Saint-Petersburg in Ladva village there are peculiar inhabitants Vepsians who have been cherishing their own culture and language for thousands of years.
The festival couldn't do without the demonstration of the movies which belong to "The diamond fund" world cinema. Two pieces of work by the Spanish director Luis Buñuel were presented to the audience: the surrealistic short film "An Andalusian Dog" and its stylistic sequel "The Golden Age” which became one of the first sound French films.
The following part of the festival took place in the building "Russian house" where  there was an out-of-competition screening of the film "I am Spaniard" (Soy español) by popular Russian TV host and producer Mikhail Kozhukhov. Within the competition the "Spanish" reportage of documentary series "Far and Further Away" was shown.