Imagine travelling to a city where all the tourist offers are available on an app and in your native language. Where you don’t need to queue for galleries because installations can be conjured up using your smartphone. Or where virtual reality (VR) reconstructions of historical events breathe life into heritage sites.
Smart cities are redefining tourism.
Two years of pandemic-related travel restrictions changed the way we experience the world. Virtual tours helped us explore destinations from the comfort of our couches, and business travel waned as video calls took over.
Now borders have reopened, countries are capitalising on this technology to attract tourists and enhance their experiences.
The term ‘smart city’ might make
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