Venice is a dream destination for many tourists — but its residents are being squeezed out by rising prices. Now local activists are determined to limit the damage done by AirBnB and offer sustainable alternatives.
Tourists continue to stay away from Prague because of the COVID-19 pandemic. But at some point, they will return. Will they once again come in masses? Or has the city found a secret recipe to combat "overtourism"?
Tourists are returning to Venice, but far fewer than in recent years. In this coronavirus pandemic summer the city has sorely missed its visitors. But the city is also looking for new approaches beyond mass tourism.
Fly cheap and binge drink: Budapest has become a hot spot for hard-partying tourist groups. During the coronavirus pause the city is rethinking tourism. Some locals say a new law goes too far — others say not far enough.
Thanks to COVID-19, Italy's lagoon city has been unusually empty, but visitors are now slowly trickling back. Some Venetians welcome the crowds, while others fear nothing more than the return of the rattling suitcases.
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