What destinations are at the top of your personal bucket list? Are they the usual places— Venice, Barcelona, Tulum, Bali—or somewhere a little more off the beaten track? More and more, tourists are opting to stay away from popular destinations.
Over-tourism is becoming a huge problem all around the world, fuelled social media and the affordability of flights, these heavily visited areas are struggling to cope with the influx of visitors. Many of these destinations simply don’t have the infrastructure to cope so try visiting alternative destinations.
Paris may be the obvious destination for a first-time visitor to France, but if you’re looking to see more of this diverse country, where should you head? Whether you’re looking for mountains, countryside or beaches, we’ve suggested six completely different French towns to discover.
How do you plan your travels? Perhaps you have a bucket list of destinations that you want to visit, but otherwise, how do you decide where to visit each year? One way to plan your trips for the next 12 months could be to base them around key events
Iceland, Barcelona, Venice and Santorini – what do they all have in common? Along with many other destinations around the globe, these popular locations are struggling to cope with too many tourists.Over-tourism, when destinations experience more
The heart of Aveiro is nicknamed the "Venice of Portugal" for its maze of canals overflowing with decorated gondola-like boats and humped bridges. If your jaw drops at this sight, then once you see the iconic candy striped houses lined up in a row a huge smile will break out on your face.
It might seem as though everyone you know shares their travel photos on Instagram, showing off the picturesque destinations that they visit to the world. It’s all a bit of harmless fun, that could perhaps even make you famous and lead to free
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