TOURISM AFTER THE PANDEMIC – SLOWER, CLEANER, CURIOSITY-DRIVEN

Andrew J. Wein -
The borders are going to reopen, the holidays are approaching and the desire for traveling is returning. Will tourism after the pandemic resume completely or will our relationship to travel change? Th ...

IN DETAIL: NEGATIVE COVID-19 TEST REQUIRED WHEN TRAVELING TO SPAIN Video

Cecilia Garland -
Spain will require negative Covid-19 test results from travelers of up to 65 countries, including the U.S., France, and Germany. ...

SUSTAINABLE TOURISM: HOLIDAYS IN RURAL-, AGRO-, ECO- MODE

Sustainable tourism is governed by the principles of sustainability, with the purpose of minimizing the impact on the environment and local culture. It is said that sustainable tourism is not just an ...

SARGASSUM: ANOTHER THREAT TO TOURISM

Last year, sargassum, which is a kind of seaweed epidemic, was the biggest environmental problem in Mexico and affected a large number of its beaches. As a result of the coronavirus pandemic, Mexico& ...

VACATIONS’ CO2 FOOTPRINT – THE CASE OF GERMANY

Ashley Nault -
Climate change makes many people look at travel differently. Even though if the effect of the CO2 footprint caused by vacations seems negligible in terms of global greenhouse gas emissions and thus gl ...