Overtourism: a case study in Prague
The number of tourists arriving in Prague has been increasing steadily. Back in 1989 there were 1.6m tourists arriving in the Czech capital. In 2000 the figure was 2.6m and in 2017 as many as 7.6m, according to figures from Prague City Tourism.
The Czech capital has been hit by overtourism, but is also developing strategies to deal with it.
Hear from Miroslav Rončák, Palacky University, Olomouc, on overtourism in the Czech capital. Article here.