The coronavirus is a great mystery, but the question that Italy has posed is even more of a mystery. This article argues that there is not so much an outbreak of COVID-19 as there are greater controlling measures in Italy that Europe should be following by example – while also shedding light on the various factors that this coronacrisis is causing Italy to mitigate.
Victoria Cramer picks apart the influence of tourism on the culture and security of the Catalan capital city; translated by Valeria Tamayo Camelo. Si quieres una implicación de la escala enorme de turismo en Barcelona, una búsqueda de Google lo revelaría todo. Como he descubierto durante mi investigación para escribir este artículo, una búsqueda de […]
Foreign Correspondent in Catalonia, Spain, Jasmine Zaman, uncovers the realities behind Barcelona’s pickpocketing crisis and explains why Barcelona continues to be a haven for pickpockets.
Aakruthi Karri contemplates on the issues concerning tourism in Venice.
“Don’t become one of those girls from Taken”, Mum tutted as I pawed through endless experiences on the glittering new ‘it’ travel tourism site Airbnb. Recently, the popular bed and breakfast booking option has come under fire for its extortionate effect on micro economies and slammed for its inherent lack of safety. In an article by […]
“Iwill never retweet appeals that treat poor children as opportunities to enhance Westerners CVs”. Those were the words of author J.K. Rowling in a stream of tweets in August 2016 after she was asked to endorse a charity offering volunteer opportunities in orphanages. This condemnation of the growing trend of young volunteers from wealthy countries, […]
In the last five years, Croatia has seen a huge increase in tourism. Breathtaking scenery, affordable prices, and great weather is making it the ideal spot for many, especially during the summer. While many young people go for the big name music festivals like Outlook and Hideout, Croatia has a lot more to offer. This is especially evident in […]
The shabbier, more controversial and undeniably cooler little sister of Paris, Milan and London, Berlin’s changed a lot in the last 30 years (think walls falling, two nations uniting, etc, etc…). There’s something about this city-in-progress that constantly draws in young creatives, inspired graduates and edgy tourists – including you. So you wanna spend 48 […]
48 hours in the Emerald Isle should only be spent in one place: Dublin. The city is versatile enough to be perfect for a romantic getaway or a trip with your friends. Either way, Dublin is a place that cannot be overlooked. Getting There Flights to Dublin are both frequent and inexpensive, with prices starting at around […]
Devon, all things considered, is one of the most scenic and pleasant counties in the UK and, whether or not that influenced your decision to study at Exeter, it’s a huge bonus to have the place as our backyard for three years. It’s certainly not difficult to feel more than a bit smug when you […]