The authorities of the countries in which these attractions are located are taking measures to prevent crowds of tourists from destroying them.
This year, Thailand and the Philippines announced the closure of several resorts that are incredibly popular with tourists.
But this is not all – a number of European cities, including Venice and Dubrovnik, as well as the Isle of Skye in Scotland complained that they barely survive in the conditions of tourist invasion.
The BBC presented a list of five popular tourist destinations whose well-being is at risk due to an increase in the number of visitors. Continue reading
I love and know Vinnitsa well, but I was amazed at the exact wording of Larisa Ivshina, with whom we recently had the opportunity to walk through the streets during the Days of the Day in the city. She said that Vinnitsa is a city of “exquisite details.” Thus the theme of the new material was born.
Vinnitsa does not have a large number of architectural sights or palaces, which at one time “grew up” in Podolia. But it still retains a tangible aristocratic appeal of the early twentieth century – the so-called era of the Silver Renaissance, when the city finally managed to “jump above its head” and make a breakthrough in every sense – economic, cultural and architectural. Continue reading