Exploring possible solutions to control mass tourism in Europe

(Travel Daily News) Five member cities: Aarhus, Amsterdam, Barcelona, Bruges and Dubrovnik outlined their different experiences in terms of managing visitors flows in conjunction with their sizes, their environments, etc during the afternoon dedicated to best practices sessions.

Worldwide tourism exponential growth (+276% international travellers in 30 years) leads European cities to face an increasing number of visitors and crowded spots, thus disturbing the tourism model and its public perception. During last European Cities Marketing meeting in Gijon this month, European cities discussed how to regulate visitors’ flows without destroying what made a city attractive at first: its uniqueness.

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