Top 5 Travel Trends for 2023
Travel Trends: According Euronews Travel, Europe’s most popular media tourism platform. NFT travel and electrified exodus are the top trends in the travel sector for 2023.
The report, “Travel in 2023 – Connecting Peoples, Places and Planet”, focuses on the future tourism. It does this by identifying eight trends in existing travel themes that will shape the future of tourism.
Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) are digital assets that can be used on the blockchain. This is what the travel sector is now accepting. Early adopters will use them as keys to access physical travel experiences and private spaces around the world. NFTs are also expected to see a significant increase in luxury travel. They can also be used for fundraising and sustainability projects, increasing their versatility.
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Virtually Enhance Destinations
Many travel agencies are now being forced to embrace technology in new and exciting ways after Covid-19. The potential of virtual reality and augmented reality to enhance travel experiences has been unleashed during the pandemic. On a single night, you can visit the Ajanta medieval caverns, take an ice bath at the Ram Sarovar, and shop in the Sikkim market.
The electric market will thrive in 2023 as fuel prices rise and consumers demand low-carbon activities. Electric scooter tours, sled trips, boat trips, and safaris are all becoming more popular following the recent global ebike boom. Skyscanner’s e-car rental filter was made available on their websites in 2015. Hertz has created a guide to 15 all electric road trips across Europe to make it easier to find electric rental cars.
In 2023, convenience and cost will all play a part in reviving rail travel. A few private companies are trying to revive night trains across Europe as people try to travel more sustainably. Nightjet, a global consortium led OBB in Austria is one of the most exciting projects. Nightjet calls its offering the “new generation of sleeper trains”.
Travelers are increasingly drawn to the idea of being in touch with nature. A growing number of tourists prefer rustic cabins and huts to hotels. These tiny retreats attract a wider range of people by leveraging the modern “van life” and aesthetic appeals of small homes.
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