Amsterdam has launched a tourism campaign aimed at keeping “nuisance” tourists away.
The “discouragement campaign” wants to keep out visitors who come to the city principally for drink, drugs and sex.
It is particularly aimed at British tourists, who are considered some of the worst behaved visitors to the Dutch city.
The advertising campaign comes after Amsterdam authorities introduced a series of measures to curb disruptive behaviour.
Amsterdam wants ‘nuisance’ Brits to stay away
Amsterdam is hoping its new tourism campaign will change the city’s reputation as a destination primarily for drugs, alcohol and prostitution.
City councillors are concerned that the red light district is attracting a vulgar and voyeuristic kind of tourism unwelcome in
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