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Iceland: Alarm sounded over 'beautiful but deadly' black sand beach
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Could Germany launch €1 a day train tickets to ease cost of living?
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Why you should visit 'the land of 1,000 hills' this summer
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These popular Marseille beaches are asking day-trippers to pre-book
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How Türkiye is moving towards a more sustainable future
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Venice delays entry fee: When and how you need to book
Venice has announced the official date from which tourists will have to pre-book their visit and pay a fee.
How Italy plans to tackle overcrowding this summer
A new tourism strategy is helping tourists discover Italy’s small villages and rural walking routes.
New rankings of every country could help you travel more responsibly
Holiday Extras has created the ‘Good Trip Index’ to help people travel more responsibly and choose a destination that’s right for them.
Marseilles trials new beach permit system to tackle overtourism
Marseille is the latest European destination trialling dramatic measures to limit overtourism.
Meet the man designing massive mechanical creatures for cities
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Amalfi Coast: What new driving rules mean for your Italian road trip
The Amalfi Coast is beautiful - but tourists and residents spend hours in agonising traffic jams. Here’s how the region is tackling the problem.
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