Unmanageable Tourism

‘The Dutch tourist board is to stop actively promoting the Netherlands as a holiday destination because its main attractions – the canals, tulips and windmills – are becoming both overcrowded, the Telegraaf said on Monday. In future the NBTC will focus on trying to spread visitors to other parts of the country “by putting the spotlight on unknown areas” and on limiting the problems caused in the busiest periods.’ (DutchNews.nl)  Good luck!  Let’s hope it has more success than Cambridge City Council, which published its first plan for managing tourism in Cambridge in 1978, with five reviews between 1985 and 2001.  Photo: St Mary’s Street, Cambridge, April 2019

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