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Social Tourism acts as a lever for the right to travel

A conversation with Taleb Rifai, Secretary-General of the United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) | 7 September 2017

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No more fear of trains

How does a child conquer her fear of trains? The prospect of a unique day in Plopsaland and a brief practice journey in advance turned fear into enthusiasm. Since then, for little Amber (8), taking a trip with the train and the tram also represents “a little adventure”.

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I deserve a break every once in a while

A bit of space to disconnect goes a long way towards a healthy life

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Time for each other

Time for each other

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Respect, value and enjoy what is different

A conversation with Taleb Rifai, Secretary-General of the United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) | 12 September 2017

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Solidarity: essence of social tourism

Diversity, joviality, freedom, openness and the space for everyone to just be themselves. That’s what lies at the heart of social tourism.

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Amazed to be amazed

Els is recalling the tandem cycling trip she went on in Brighton last year in May. This typical South-Eastern English town was both the starting and arrival point of a 600-km cycling track.

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Voluntary work is a big thing in our world

Arwa Zarra works in the Vacances et Familles organisation in France. In times of thorough individualism in the Western society, the contribution of more than 1500 volunteers in this organisation is a true alternative story.

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On the road together before growing apart

Nathalie went on a four-and-a-half month camper tour throughout Europe with her family. It was a carefully thought-out trip, planned two years in advance, and an unforgettable family experience.

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A Totem to connect

Pascal talks about the importance of holidays, very aware that he hasn’t had a holiday in over three years. He explains that as a small business owner he has to travel a lot, so that a hotel room is absolutely the anti-thesis to what defines a holiday for him.

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