Cheap flights and irresponsible tourists are causing many holiday destinations to become overrun with visitors.
Since the 1970s, Wales has been marketed as a footnote to British history.
The big cities are still magnets for tourists, but often they find the smaller towns offer a more satisfying taste of local life. It's why rural tourism can be 'the perfect small town business idea'.
These lists have been all the rage this summer – but they haven't calmed tensions between visitors and hosts much.
A series of attacks on popular holiday destinations has authorities concerned.
Films motivate people to travel to locations previously unknown. In the process, tourists become a lot like spiritual seekers.
Expecting tourists to pay a little more than locals is defensible – whether in Bruges, Venice or Thailand.
From Chinese tourists in Kidlington, to Brits slumming it in Rio, everyone wants an 'authentic' experience.
Social media is changing the way we travel, with people increasingly eager to visit Instagram-worthy destinations. Has a place's visual appeal become more important than its history and authenticity?
In 2015 more people around the world died while taking selfies than were killed by sharks. Many tourist landmarks have banned the taking of selfies and selfie sticks to prevent untimely accidents.