• Menu
  • Menu
Europa

Europe

Female Founder Charlotte Noël TravelRebel

WHAT ARE THE TOP TRAVEL TRENDS OF 2020?

We list down six important travel trends you must take note of this year New beginnings bring new journeys. But which destinations are a must in 2020? What should you keep in mind before planning these upcoming trips? Read on to find out the latest travel trends! As long-term A.S. Adventure ambassador, I keep track of the upcoming travel trends for 2020. 1...

Hochkönig Austria by Travel Rebel

HOCHKÖNIG, SKI AMADÉ: A SUSTAINABLE AND DELICIOUS EXPERIENCE IN AUSTRIA

The Ski Amadé, Austria’s biggest network of ski resorts, boasts over 760 km of slopes, 270 lifts and 260 ski huts. It is divided into five regions: Hochkönig, Gastein, Grossarltal, Salzburger Sportwelt and Schladming-Dachtstein. I explored three cozy villages in Hochkönig: Maria Alm, Dienten and Mühlbach. They’re ideal for you if the Austrian mountain air, creaking...

Tourski in Verbier, Zwitserland. Duurzaam Reizen

SKIËN IN VERBIER, ZWITSERLAND

De Kerstvakantie is in vele skigebieden het traditionele startschot van het wintersportseizoen. Hoewel velen richting Oostenrijk vertrekken of de Franse Alpen gaan verkennen, heeft ook Zwitserland veel te bieden voor skiërs en snowboarders. Verbier, een dorp gelegen in Les 4 Vallées, is één van de bekendste skioorden van het land. Het dorp ádemt wintersport. Zo...

TravelRebel - Duurzaam Reizen - Waddeneilanden - Terschelling - Reisblog

A WONDERFUL WEEKEND OUT IN TERSCHELLING – THE NETHERLANDS

Reset and relax on this amazing island in the Wadden Sea Terschelling is one of the five inhabited Wadden Islands in Friesland, a province located to the north in the Netherlands. It is so far removed from light pollution that it has received official recognition as one of the only two ‘Dark Sky Parks’ in the country.   Visiting this unique, stunning island is...

Massatoerisme - rebel against overtourism

MASS TOURISM: WE’RE STILL JUST ANIMALS, FOLLOWING THE HERD

In many ways, we  remain herd animals to this day, especially when it comes to travel. We often journey to the same places. Take the same photos. Do the same activities. And then leave quickly. Why, though? With this kind of attitude, it’s pertinent to wonder about the repercussions of mass tourism — is it bound to make the world unlivable? This is a question...