Disruptions, incivility, depletion of resources and inhabitants, degradation of the visitor experience... tourism would, for some destinations, be a source of unrest felt too frequently by indigenous people. Between myth and reality, what are the real issues? What do the hotel activity figures say? What solutions have been provided? Hospitality ON is launching a series of analyses on this subject, which has been in the news since the beginning of the summer. Part Two: Venice.
What the press and politicians are saying The Mayor of Venice, Luigi Brugnaro, is trying to fight mass tourism in its city, at least to reduce its negative impact on the urban environment. An entrepreneur hailing from the working class, this former business leader has a popular and populist...
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