Sustainable Tourism – a new way of travelling
What a crazy time! The pandemic is still raging around the world. After about two years of cuts and abandonment, more countries are nevertheless coming to the conclusion to relax the Corona measures, sometimes drastically.
So, it is time for global tourism to develop a new idea of itself. After the lockdown, will we ever be able to travel as we did before? What will the tourism of the future look like? How do we deal with the problems of overtourism in cities and regions? A lot of questions hang on tourism and answers as well as solutions are unfortunately not yet sufficiently apparent in many places. For cities, the endless crowds of visitors were a real problem before Covid. Now it is a question of reactivating tourism in away that is not only environmentally friendly, but also compatible with the inhabitants. Of course, we are not just looking at ideas on how to deal with overtourism but trying to identify real solutions for sustainable tourism for the cities of the future.
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