Overtourism: how destinations are coping with visitor peaks - Part 2

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Published on 15/09/22 - Updated on 25/10/22

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Is post-covid tourism so different from what we knew before? The answer to this question must be qualified, because although sustainable tourism has been in the spotlight in recent years, and is increasingly popular, over-tourism has not disappeared. Many territories have witnessed significant peaks in visitor numbers over the last two months. Destinations have therefore decided to set up various initiatives to better distribute tourist flows in space and time. The aim is to find solutions to the occasional peaks in visitor numbers and not to halt the activity which makes a major contribution to many areas throughout the world.

To find the first part of this analysis on overtourism, click here. Towards yield management of tourist sites? While many destinations choose to implement daily visitor quotas to regulate tourist flows, others decide to use yield management for this purpose. While yield management is known as a...

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