LARGE CRUISE SHIPS TO BE BACK TO VENICE IN 2027

Sara Thopson -
Although cruising has a small part to play in Venice's issues, the recent decision by the authorities was quite surprising. Starting in 2027, larger cruise ships will be allowed access to Venice. ...

ANGKOR SITE RELOCATION PROGRAM CRITICIZED BY AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL

Nik Fes -
Amnesty International, a non-governmental organization, has published a report criticizing the displacement of 10,000 families living near the UNESCO World Heritage site in Cambodia. While Phnom Penh ...

DUBROVNIK PLANS TO LIMIT VACATION RENTALS

Justin N. Froyd -
Croatia's tourism industry is rebounding from its record-breaking 2019 performance. As stated by Nikolina Brnjac, Croatia's Minister of Tourism and Sport, the authorities are now focusing on promoting ...

CZECH SPA TOWNS MOURN THEIR WEALTHY RUSSIAN GUESTS

Tomas Haupt -
World Heritage-listed Czech spas, hit by the effects of the war in Ukraine, have seen a sharp drop in foreign visitors, including wealthy Russians, and are looking for new clientele. ...

NEW MEASURES TO PREVENT CHAOS IN THE ACROPOLIS

Sara Thopson -
The queues of tourists waiting to visit the Acropolis and Museum in Athens are becoming increasingly lengthy. The Greek Minister of Culture has declared that swift new measures will be taken to addres ...