Measured development

The example of the Italian city of Venice, which is planning to charge visitors an entry fee, along with other measures to control the number of tourists it receives, should also serve as an example to Greece. 

The waves of tourists that visit the most popular destinations in the country in some cases threaten not only the quality of the tourist product, but also the natural and cultural environment itself.{

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