Walking tourism is now one of the most popular ways to experience a destination. It allows tourists to better engage with local people, nature and culture. It also meets the growing demand of travellers of outdoor activities in general, including when they travel. Walking tourism can be developed anywhere as a sustainable tourism offer with a relatively small investment. It can bring about social and economic benefits to residents and communities if properly developed and managed. Walking tourism is highlighted in a recent report by UNWTO. This report showcases various successful examples of walking tourism and aims to serve as a practical reference for destinations with a focus on the role of walking tourism in regional development.
The European Cultural Route 'In the footsteps of St Paul' offers several, excellent settings for Walking Tourism in Cyprus, Greece, and Italy.
“For we walk by faith, not by sight”,
wrote the Apostle Paul to the Corinthians.
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"In the footsteps of St Paul, the Apostle of the nations" - Cultural Route
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