In the framework of the International Year on Sustainable Tourism for Development, 2017, the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) is launching a consumer-oriented campaign aimed at raising awareness of the value and contribution that sustainable tourism can make towards development. The ‘Travel.Enjoy.Respect’ campaign wants to engage tourists in making the sector a catalyst for positive change.
The main message of the campaign is summarized by the UNWTO Secretary-General, Taleb Rifai: “Whenever you travel, wherever you travel, remember to: respect nature, respect culture, and respect your host. You can be the change you want to see in the world. You can be an ambassador for a better future. TRAVEL, ENJOY AND RESPECT.”
You can read more about the press release here.
You can be part of the campaign. Simply click here
1. World cities with a local feel: Copenhagen is the world’s most liveable city, and you’ll soon see why on a trip to Denmark’s laid-back capital. Forget exhausting weekends getting round the sights of a big, bustling cities; Copenhagen’s attractions are within walking or cycling distance from each other. Aarhus is easy to get to and nestles between fjords, beaches and national parks. Odense is like stepping back in time. We’ve gathered the best destinations here!
2. It’s a food-lovers’ paradise: If you love to travel to a new place and get a proper taste of the local culture through food, then Denmark is a destination for you. Not everyone can enjoy the world’s best restaurant, noma, based in Copenhagen and that doesn’t matter! Denmark’s food scene has exploded over the last few years and you can tuck into Nordic cuisine at many restaurants around Denmark. For cheaper options, try street food or sample old Danish classics like smørrebrød.
You can read more bout this dynamic country here.
Slovenia will host a number of events in 2017 and one should not miss these events if you are planning to visit this Southern Central European nation.
Every season has its own. We recommend that you lend one ear to the sounds of unspoilt nature, and the other to the cultural pulse in Slovenian towns and cities.
Be it winter or summer, Slovenia will offer something for every kind of traveler.
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