If you’ve ever lived in a popular tourist city like London or Paris, you’ll know just how much visitors can mess with your day.
Slow-moving tour groups hog the pavements, coaches block your road to work, the mess left behind by partygoers looking for an international night out. The sheer volume of badly behaved visitors can be overwhelming during the height of summer.
Not all tourists are a nuisance and we all know the many benefits they bring to local economies. But with travel opening up, visitors are flocking back and with them the impacts of overtourism. It’s not surprising, then, that the people who live in these famous locations aren’t
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