Video | European cities seek to protect themselves from mass tourism | International
Mass tourism has become relentless in cities like Barcelona, Venice, Athens and Paris. Although for some of these metropolises it represents one of their main incomes, the authorities are already looking for alternatives to reduce crowds and improve coexistence between tourists and residents.
This is the main report of the new installment of ART Europe Weekly, the informative program produced by Arte that is broadcast every week by EL PAÍS and that can be seen in the video of this news item. The episode also explains the "anti-campaigns" that cities like Ghent or Amsterdam have done to travelers who visit them for just one day, to take selfies and even for bachelor parties.
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