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.
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.
As countries gradually ease lockdown restrictions, people craving for an excursion are heading to nearby holiday homes. Go-local is the new mantra among holidaymakers seeking both safety from the coronavirus and privacy.
Germany is one of the world's most visited countries. These days, many communities that depend on tourism wonder when — or if — their lives and livelihoods will ever be the same.
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