Record visitor numbers and pressure from Unesco have prompted the Peruvian government to introduce restrictions at the citadel, including only allowing entry with an official tour guide
Tag Archives: Tourism
Venice world heritage status under threat
While the local population dwindles, passengers from giant cruise ships continue to flood into La Serenissima. So how are locals trying to save the city?
Taj Mahal gets a facelift – and slaps on a mudpack
Pollution means India’s most famous monument is in urgent need of a thorough clean, but tour operators fear that the work may put off visitors
A Bangkok scented candle would smell of incense, grilled pork and tuk-tuk fumes’
Author Kay Plunkett-Hogge still gets a thrill from exploring the intoxicating, buzzing neighbourhoods in the city of her birth
Loch Lomond’s wild camping ban is a backwards and short-sighted step
New restrictions are unfair and could encourage landowners to restrict access to the full glory of the Scottish wilderness
US tourism experiences a ‘Trump slump’
Analysts estimate that President Trump has cost the US travel industry $185m in lost revenue, with significant drop in flight searches and bookings
Will Bath dare to become the first UK city with a ‘tourist tax’?
The city council is considering a charge for overnight visitors – but fears being labelled ‘the tax city’
Bumper year ahead for British tourism thanks to pound slump
Overseas visitors expected to increase in numbers and spend more, thanks to low sterling value and literary anniversaries
Jordan is spectacular, safe and friendly – so where are the tourists?
With tourism to the Middle East in decline, visiting Jordan’s mesmerising sights is now a solitary experience. But the silence and emptiness only add to their allure
The world’s tourism slogans – mapped
A catchphrase may not say a lot about a country, but some nations know a snappy soundbite when they see one. A holiday website has mapped every slogan in the world – which will tempt you to visit?