When we travel, just as in our daily lives, the rule is doing everything too fast. We spend so much time looking forward to our holidays that, when they finally arrive, we want to make the most of them. However, that translates into a long list full of scheduled activities and must-see places that leave us more exhausted than when we started the journey. And, in some cases, even more empty. We have become automatons that travel only to complete a check list of destinations to visit and make a nice photo for Instagram.
Slow travel was born a few years ago as a demand for us to take life, and especially travel, more calmly. Do you want to know more about this travel philosophy? Read on and we will tell you how to become a slow traveler.