Amsterdam: among windmills and fairytale houses, the cycling holiday for children

Where to take the kids for the holiday? For example, in a city at the boundary between real and imaginary. Where the houses are on the canals and the bridges opens by rotating so a boat can passes. Where you travel by bicycle and after less than half an hour from the city you are among cows […]

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The beauty of Bad Reichenhall

The ancient city of salt is now an important sustainable tourism destination among the German Alps, with several slow mobility ideas. From routes by e-bike to the spa, here’s what you can’t miss in Bad Reichenhall. The history of Bad Reichenhall has over 4000 years and is linked to salt. The name of this small town in the […]

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Car-free holidays in the Alps

Some are forced to drive a car every day and cannot wait to take a holiday without it. There are those who live in a big city like Berlin or Copenhagen, and by choice decided to live without a car. Or even those who want to travel sustainable and stress-free, by public transport (and no […]

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Moos in Passeier, a car-free village in South Tyrol

Living in the Alps, we get used to fight, and also to work with struggling to find a balance with nature, to seek new ideas and solutions to survive here in the mountains. Konrad Pamer, young tourism councilor of the municipality of Moos in Passeier (South Tyrol), tell us about he alpine life in front of a […]

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Plan in Passeiertal: 10 unforgettable family experiences

Forget the car and traffic. In Plan you are surrounded only by mountains (the Italian Alps), the sound of cowbells and rivers. The cheerful voice of children playing in the streets welcome us in this wonderful carfree village of Passeiertal (Val Passiria, in Italian), South Tyrol. Our journey to discover the Alpine Pearls starts from Plan […]

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The journey through Alpine Pearls starts from Moso in Val Passiria

Sustainability and Alpine sometimes rhyme. Perhaps because the mountain puts you immediately in front of the immense power and fragility of nature, where there are limits to be respected and environments to be protected: that nature that is generous and welcoming, but if badly treated, it can become dangerous and hostile. That must be why the […]

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Ahrntal: 7 thing you can’t miss in the northernmost paradise of Italy

Old mines and breathtaking waterfalls, wooden huts and trails kissed by the sun, we start exploring the Ahrntal (Valle Aurina in Italian) and Predoi Valley, a paradise in the Alps in South Tyrol, the northernmost municipality of Italy. When we get in the Ahrntal, the colors of the mountains, lit by the last warm rays of the […]

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HowManyTrees: if our next coin were trees?

What if we didn’t longer thinks just in terms of “how much money it cost me” before we buy a product or before traveling but we thought “how many trees will it cost?” This is the idea behind HowManyTrees, website of ​​two engineers who we met few days ago. In the website, answering simple questions about your lifestyle, you […]

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Dematerialization: let’s do more with less!

Did you know that the product consumption (including production, transport and distribution), represents about 50% of CO2 emissions contributing to climate change? This is nothing new: the average of waste generated each year by each inhabitant of Europe is 525 kilograms, and need to be reduced drastically. Our lifestyle based on consumption should evolve in the culture of reuse, […]

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Share your green adventure and win an eco-sustainable weekend in Italy!

Still a month to share your green adventure, participating to the online Contest launched by Ecobnb with the European Project EcoDots, and win an eco-friendly weekend in Italy, from the ligurian Sea to the Apennines mountains. Share your green adventure! By October 30th, 2015 you can describe with photos and text your a green itinerary […]

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