Venice braces itself for influx of American tourists

After more than a year of COVID restrictions, most of Europe is once again welcoming travelers from the U.S. and other countries. In Venice, they’re treating the reopening as an opportunity to balance the needs of tourists and local residents. Chris Livesay reports.

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  1. Isn’t Bhutan one of those countries that are really strict on visitors? Italy should tighten up their tourism industry so they can still generate revenue without destroying their country’s natural charms. I think Macchu Picchu in Peru is also limited to preserve the ruins. Lots of places limit visitors.

  2. venice is awful. who goes to venice from america? i was there one night and said no thanks, and left. same shops carrying the same garbage trinkets. nothing but a maze of bad food and cheap china goods. terrible. literally an awful place

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