Most of the world is affected by the coronavirus pandemic and the inability to travel is just one of the many consequences. While we’re sitting at our homes wondering when this will all be over, we can’t help but imagine what life — and traveling — will look like once we get out of this crisis.
Staycations and Traveling Locally
Nothing stops you from exploring the place you live in even now, as long as you’re following the safety guidelines. The next few months will have us all enjoying things our own cities and towns have to offer. From local museums, architecture, and food, to nearby nature and landmarks, we’ll learn that traveling isn’t necessarily better when we travel far.
We were so used to low-cost flights and short city breaks that we started to take them for granted. Now it’s time to go back to carefully planning and anticipating each trip. You’ll see, it’s a big part of the whole experience!
Simply put, traveling less is great for the environment. And if you want to contribute even more, consider switching from car to a bike or a scooter while in the city and travel by public transport whenever possible.