Managing overtourism an increasing feature of global travel

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Managing overtourism an increasing feature of global travel

People form a human chain during a protest against tourism in Barcelona, Spain. Venice is planning to divert massive cruise liners while Barcelona has cracked down on apartment rentals and initiated a holistic approach to managing its status as a tourism city. Both are at the forefront of efforts to get a grip on “overtourism,” a phenomenon that can disrupt the community, imperil the state of cherished buildings and harm the experience of travelers.
A cruise ship transits in the Giudecca canal in front of St. Mark’s Square, in Venice, Italy. Venice is planning to divert massive cruise liners while Barcelona has cracked down on apartment rentals and initiated a holistic approach to managing its status as a tourism city. Both are at the forefront of efforts to get a grip on “overtourism,” a phenomenon that can disrupt the community, imperil the state of cherished buildings and harm the experience of travelers.
Tourists visit the Sagrada Familia church in Barcelona. Spain. Venice is planning to divert massive cruise liners while Barcelona has cracked down on apartment rentals and initiated a holistic approach to managing its status as a tourism city. Both are at the forefront of efforts to get a grip on “overtourism,” a phenomenon that can disrupt the community, imperil the state of cherished buildings and harm the experience of travelers.

Managing overtourism an increasing feature of global travel

People form a human chain during a protest against tourism in Barcelona, Spain. Venice is planning to divert massive cruise liners while Barcelona has cracked down on apartment rentals and initiated a holistic approach to managing its status as a tourism city. Both are at the forefront of efforts to get a grip on “overtourism,” a phenomenon that can disrupt the community, imperil the state of cherished buildings and harm the experience of travelers.
A cruise ship transits in the Giudecca canal in front of St. Mark’s Square, in Venice, Italy. Venice is planning to divert massive cruise liners while Barcelona has cracked down on apartment rentals and initiated a holistic approach to managing its status as a tourism city. Both are at the forefront of efforts to get a grip on “overtourism,” a phenomenon that can disrupt the community, imperil the state of cherished buildings and harm the experience of travelers.
Tourists visit the Sagrada Familia church in Barcelona. Spain. Venice is planning to divert massive cruise liners while Barcelona has cracked down on apartment rentals and initiated a holistic approach to managing its status as a tourism city. Both are at the forefront of efforts to get a grip on “overtourism,” a phenomenon that can disrupt the community, imperil the state of cherished buildings and harm the experience of travelers.
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