You really want to find out about your destinations' history and culture. You travel sustainably by buying food and souvenirs from the local communities. And talking to the locals is always fun - you can always learn something new from them. The environment is the first thing on your mind - who needs a car for a three-day trip anyways?? You would only use it to go to the nearest village because the view there is awesome! So much better than the busy streets of a cosmopolitan cities like Madrid or Rome. Keep up the good work - other tourists should learn from you.
You want to visit lots of sightseeings you have seen in travllers' blogs and on TV - and there is nothing wrong with that. The best news is that you are also concerned about your impact on the life of the locals and on the environment. You do not travel to only take selfies with Mona Lisa but also to explore the real atmosphere of the communities. Maybe you should think about dumping the all-inclusive offers and emerging even more into the rural areas where the real fun awaits!
An all-inclusive deal in a five-star hotel, rent-a-car and selfies with the Mona Lisa - sounds like a good plan, huh? You try to see as much as possible - always curious for the next sightseeing that you dremed of visiting since you saw your friends' photos on social media. Well, on their photos there were not crowds of people as when you visit the Eifell Tower - what happened? It is nice to see all those famous sights but perhaps you could try to be a little bit more eco-friendly - use the public transport and find accommodation whith the locals who rent out rooms. Apart from saving money and trying the authentic loal cuisine, they can also tell you some really interesting things for the area that you cannot hear from tourist guides!