Tourism

Despite the fact that all of us have been “tourists” at some stage in our lives, identifying what tourism is can be challenging. Tourism refers to people traveling to and living in areas outside of their normal environment for less than a year for leisure, company, or other reasons.

Tourism is a complex and competitive industry that necessitates the need to adjust to evolving consumer needs and preferences on a continuous basis, as tourism businesses place a premium on customer loyalty, protection, and enjoyment.

And while the tourism industry has brought in huge sums of money to the countries that host tourists, the annual influx of millions of people has become unsustainable. Environmental issues, cultural commodification, and a general reduction in local living conditions are all caused by mass tourism.

Our project’s main goal is to raise public awareness about the tourism industry’s unsustainable nature and to expose them more. choices that are environmentally friendly.


For several years, mass tourism has been a significant issue in the Berchtesgaden National Park, causing a lot of problems. Social networking platforms like Instagram, Snapchat, and Facebook are exacerbating the issue…

Tourism is on the rise, hastening climate change. As a result, tourism leads to global warming by accounting for around 5% of all greenhouse gas emissions. Transportation alone is responsible for three-quarters of these emissions. Furthermore…

The global tourism industry is one of the biggest in the world, but it also creates a variety of concerns. The degradation of nature is one of the most severe. As a result…

Social media is becoming an increasingly important part of our lives; it’s a terrific way to interact with people all over the world, but it also has drawbacks, as the national park Berchtesgaden discovered last year…

It was not easy to plan your vacation in 2020. Especially in Berchtesgaden, where tourism supports the majority…

Au XIX siècle,la montagne était perçu comme un endroit hideux et dangereux. La montagne a été ensuite aménagée, urbanisée ce qui a permit aux bourgeois des grandes villes…

Some souvenirs, offered in Alpine touristic centers, are not very sustainable and could harm the environment, especially when made out of synthetic textiles, plastics. Traditional souvenirs in the Slovenian Alpine area include…