In February 2022, the European Commission called tourism stakeholders to share concrete actions to help co-implement the Transition Pathway for Tourism and work together towards greener, more digital and resilient tourism.
With 186 pledges, the first batch of commitments shows the strong interest and willingness of EU tourism players to work on the transition of EU tourism. Overall, 112 organisations from 20 EU countries, the United Kingdom and Switzerland have responded to the call to renew EU tourism.
The pledges cover 25 out of 27 topics of the Transition Pathway for Tourism, including areas such as policy and governance, sustainable mobility, green transition, digital transition, skills, resilience and inclusion, and stakeholder support.
Visit the commitments and pledges webpage for more information
This is a successful start to the long-term transition process. Many more pledges are in the pipeline, still being fine-tuned and clarified by their submitters and will be published in Autumn 2022. The Commission will take stock and publish new and updated commitments up to 3 times a year.
If you also want to join the transition of EU tourism, please answer our call for commitments.
- Transition Pathway for tourism (available in 22 languages)
- Summary report on the first batch of published commitments
- 2021 Updated Industrial Strategy
- Publication date
- 28 June 2022
- Directorate-General for Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs