Mass tourism has prompted calls for better management at some of the world's most popular destinations. Berlin-based company GetYourGuide allows users to book tours in advance - meaning they can avoid the lines.
The line that separates North and South Korea is considered the most hostile frontier in the world. But at least one part of the border has been turned into a kind of amusement park accessible for the right price.
DW reporters Giulia Saudelli and Luisa von Richthofen traveled through Europe for three weeks with an Interrail ticket. Accompanied by good wishes from the editors and numerous followers on Instagram. How was the trip?
Citizens of Rome took to social media to accuse the city of having the wrong priorities. "The Eternal City" has been dealing with the damage, litter, and congestion caused by overtourism for years.
The bankruptcy of the travel company Thomas Cook does not mark the end of mass tourism. But it is a warning sign, says tourism researcher Hasso Spode. DW takes a look at the history of German tourism.
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