Unspoiled grasslands and wetlands, picturesque towns and sandy beaches: that's the Camargue in southern France. The region is part of UNESCO's network of world biosphere reserves.
Spain is set to replace the United States as the world's second tourism destination while France has retained the top spot, the UN World Tourism Organization said Monday.
Amsterdam announced it will impose a new 30-day curb on renting out private homes via websites like Airbnb from next year, seeking to stem a deluge of tourists flocking to its famous canals.
An "amour fou" it is not. The meeting between French President Macron and UK Prime Minister May pitted EU fervor against Euroskepticism. How will Brexit affect ties between the two countries?
President Doris Leuthard has inaugurated the Stoos funicular railway line, the steepest in the world. Leuthard, who was part of the group that took the maiden Stoosbahn voyage, described the ride as a "thrill."
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