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Responsible travel: three eco-friendly destinations in Europe

Responsible travel-three eco-friendly destinations in Europe

The European institutions are striving to find solutions to preserve the environment and our planet. However, this does not mean that, as citizens, we are powerless. On the contrary, we have the ability to take positive action, even when travelling. Isn’t it great to be able to make a significant contribution while exploring new skylines? Exploring new horizons and discovering different cultures is an enriching adventure. However, this quest can be made more sustainable by choosing eco-friendly destinations. Here are three places in Europe that have opted for responsible tourism:

Amsterdam, Netherlands

Amsterdam embodies respect for the environment. The city has reduced its waste, uses its windmills to generate energy and promotes eco-friendly transport, making it one of the most eco-conscious cities in Europe. Riding a bike in Amsterdam becomes an unmissable experience, combining discovery and respect for the environment.

Nin and its eco-park, Croatia

Nin, a small, fortified town north of Zadar, boasts a magnificent eco-park. With its long beaches, lagoons and botanical garden, this destination preserves nature and promotes natural treatments such as mud baths.

Kolpa National Park, Slovenia

Slovenia is a paradise for green tourism, with almost 60% of its territory protected. The Kolpa National Park, through which a river of the same name flows, offers picturesque landscapes and unspoilt nature. Open-air activities such as swimming, rafting and canoeing allow you to fully appreciate this unspoilt region.

These destinations are an invitation to travel differently, embracing practices that respect the planet and discovering unspoilt places, thereby promoting more balanced and sustainable tourism within the EU.

Adele DE-VOS

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