It was a difficult year in some ways, and wonderful for others. Perhaps it is always so. 2015 was the year of many wars, the historic thawing between the US and Cuba, the earthquake in Nepal, the terrorist attacks, the space travel of Samantha Cristoforetti, Expo in Milan, the discovery of water on Mars, the migrants died at sea, the historic climate agreement at the Paris conference.It’s difficult to take stock.
But for sustainable tourism it has certainly been a very important year. More and more people want to reduce their carbon footprint during their holiday, choosing the train rather than the car and choosing eco friendly accommodations, which in turn become more and more. This year we presented the Ecodots project results, we participated in the Avaaz ’s march for climate and, with you, we are committed every day to making the world a better and greener place.
We did it also through our blog and now we invite you to relive with us this 2015 with the most important posts and the ones you liked more.
Always with an eye toward the future, we begin this list with the most shared article of the year. We left to discover 10 incredible walking tours to do in 2016, declared the Year of National Walk in Italy
Sometimes it is right and important to reward and praise individuals who manage to create something important, because it is also so that our future improve. And for this we told you about the 14 Italian greener and 100% sustainable accommodations, that have all of our 10 requirements.
We talked about the great project Ammappa lItalua who want to discover and protect all those paths, trails and roads to travel from north to south throughout Italy.
Responding to Pia’s message, we found 6 incredible itineraries in Italy to go on the back of a donkey. From the Pennine Alps to a wild Tuscany, we have discovered the pleasure of a slow holiday, surrounded by nature.
During thise year we have traveled in Sweden, in Stockholm, a city full of green oases, parks and gardens.
The number of bicycles increases as well as people who choose to give up the car. We saw that a life without a car is doable, fun as well as economic
We asked you what you think of sustainable tourism and what are the most important requirements of the accommodations. In the article we review the main results
A new kind of holiday, sustainable, in contact with nature but no less glamorous. It’s glamping offering the freedom of camping but the comfort and of the house. We selected the best five in Italy.
We took a little train that winds through indescribable sceneries to discover the famous Etna in an original and sustainable way.
When cold, the houses become even more important. And what’s better than a mountain cabin, where we can warm up surrounded by the snow? Come with us to the discovery of 15 incredible chalets!