European Network for Sustainable Tourism

2021 will be the year of rail in Europe, and the agencies co-signatory of our call are volunteering to promote soft mobility as a whole, and the railway in particular.

This also responds to the growing demand of passengers from Northern Europe to be able to travel to Southern Europe without using air travel and with a preference for transport by rail. If the trip becomes itinerant – e.g. in order to avoid long train journeys – it becomes necessary to be able to identify a sustainable tourism partner for each stopover.

Today there is no European network of sustainable travel agencies and some destinations are without such an incoming agency. The European Year of Rail appears to us like an excellent opportunity to connect these agencies within a European scale.

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International e-conference, 21 of April 2021

International e-conference, 21 of April 2021: Promoting Sustainable and Social Travel in Europe After publishing and presenting our six proposals for a social and sustainable tourism in Europe to the European Parliament in November 2020 (list of participants), we plan to go even further in 2021 and

European network for social and sustainable travel

European network: list of the travel agencies and plateforms for sustainable and social travel in Europe. Join or contact the network Forum anders reisen e.V., (Germany) founded in 1998, is an association of tour operators committed to sustainable tourism. The name stands for travel experiences that are

Promoting sustainable and social travel in Europe during the portuguese presidency

After publishing and presenting our proposals for a social and sustainable tourism in Europe to the European Parliament in November 2020, we plan to go even further in 2021 and contribute actively to a collective effort to support a more resilient, responsible, harmonious and social tourism after

Travel agencies European call 🌿

Following the development of our “Guidelines and proposals for a sustainable and inclusive tourism in Europe” and our great disappointment concerning the European Tourism Convention organised by the European Commission on October 12th, about fifteen European deputies and their assistants, as well as European Commission officials, agreed