Ecological tourism has been a growing trend in recent years. To help make planning an eco-trip easier, we’ve compiled a list of some of the top eco-destinations across Europe and Africa.
At the crossroads of cultures lies a bite size country with a population of just over 2 million. It boasts staggering diversity in terms of landscapes and attractions; it is a country of spectacular beauty, endless possibilities and perhaps the world’s creamiest dessert.
Eger is the type of town where something is always going on, be it a concert, a festival, a wine tasting event or a water polo match. It’s located only 1.5 hours away from Budapest, but well worth travelling much further for.
Home to a quarter of the country’s population, Vienna is more than larger-than-life palaces and refined facades of the old town. Urban life thrives, and so do underground cultures, ranging from trendy to bohemian, and offering endless possibilities for discovery.
Couples stroll along the marina, while families enjoy their lunch and the afternoon sun. Steps away local artisans peddle their crafts, right next to boutiques, hipster coffeehouses and microbreweries. It isn’t Vancouver, or Chicago, or Sydney. It’s Stockton, California.
Leveled to the ground in WWII, Nuremberg rose from the ashes to become a dynamic city abuzz with life, cultural happenings, and gastronomic hot spots.
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Moldova is now opening up to curious trailblazers from abroad, and the relative lack of tourist infrastructure is more of a draw than a turn-off. Sparse promotion brings with it significantly lower prices, and gives the country grit and authenticity long-lost by trendy destinations across the globe.
Sofia is an intriguing and layered city that hides surprises behind every corner, no matter how thoroughly you explore it. See what the Bulgarian capital has to offer and learn all about why the city is about to become the new “it” place for young European travelers.
Deep in the Colombian jungle lies an ancient city, older, more isolated and more difficult to reach than Machu Picchu. Reaching Ciudad Perdida (the ‘Lost City’ of the Tayrona people) is an adventure in itself, involving several days’ trek through thick rainforest, making it the experience of a lifetime.