Presentation on theme: "RESPONSIBLE TOURISM. Mountains Cortina D ’ Ampezzo is a town and comune in the southern dolomitic alps, in northern italy. The climate is typically alpine,"— Presentation transcript:
Mountains Cortina D ’ Ampezzo is a town and comune in the southern dolomitic alps, in northern italy. The climate is typically alpine, with long summers and winters that swing between frigid, snowy. Cortina d ’ ampezzo was the host of the 1956 winter olympics and now we can play different sport on the snow. There are a lot of hotel and some house where you can go.
Seaside MALLORCA Mallorca is an island located in the Mediterranean Sea. It is the largest by area and second most populated island of Spain. The capital of Mallorca is Palma de Mallorca. This is a very popular place for tourists, especially for the great beaches.Mediterranean Sea Shops: - El Corte Ingles. This is one of the best department stores in Palma de Mallorca. It has an enormous assortment and great shops. - Passeig d'es Born. This is the main avenue, with numerous large stores. Here you can also buy gems. There are a lot of restaurants is Mallorca. These are highly recommended: - L'Escargot Restaurant - Santa EugeniaL'Escargot Restaurant - Santa Eugenia - Koldo Royo RestaurantKoldo Royo Restaurant If you would like to leave the beach for a day and do some activities, these are nice to go to: - Museum of the Sea in the Port of SóllerMuseum of the Sea in the Port of Sóller
BIG CITIES MADRID THE MOST POPULAR PLACES: Retiro park Plaza mayor THE MOST IMPORTANT MUSEUM: Madrid ’ s avenue of art consisted of the Prado museum, Reinasofia and Thyssen museum. THE MOST IMPORTANT SHOPPING AREAS: Calle de arenal ROME THE MOST POPULAR PLACES: Colosseo Fontana di Trevi St Pietro basilica Pantheon THE MOST IMPORTANT MUSEUM: The Vatican museum THE MOST BEAUTIFUL STREETS FOR SHOPPING: Via Condotti (where you can buy Bulgari, Prada … ) Piazza di spagna
SOME MORAL RULES… 1. The understanding and promotion of the ethical values common to humanity, with an attitude of tolerance and respect for the diversity of religious, philosophical and moral beliefs, are both the foundation and the consequence of responsible tourism.
2. Tourism activities should be conducted in harmony with the attributes and traditions of the host regions and countries and in respect for their laws, practices and customs;
3. It is the task of the public authorities to provide protection for tourists and visitors and their belongings; they must pay particular attention to the safety of foreign tourists owing to the particular vulnerability they may have; they should facilitate the introduction of specific means of information, prevention, security, insurance and assistance consistent with their needs;
4. The host communities, on the one hand, and local professionals, on the other, should acquaint themselves with and respect the tourists who visit them and find out about their lifestyles, tastes and expectations; the education and training imparted to professionals contribute to a hospitable welcome;
5. When travelling, tourists and visitors should not commit any criminal act or any act considered criminal by the laws of the country visited and abstain from any conduct felt to be offensive or injurious by the local populations, or likely to damage the local environment; they should refrain from all trafficking in illicit drugs, arms, antiques, protected species and products and substances that are dangerous or prohibited by national regulations;
6. Any attacks, assaults, kidnappings or threats against tourists or workers in the tourism industry, as well as the wilful destruction of tourism facilities or of elements of cultural or natural heritage should be severely condemned and punished in accordance with their respective national laws;
7. Tourists and visitors have the responsibility to acquaint themselves, even before their departure, with the characteristics of the countries they are preparing to visit; they must be aware of the health and security risks inherent in any travel outside their usual environment and behave in such a way as to minimize those risks;