If some countries miss the tourist flow, then France decided to deliberately reduce it.
Marseille was the first to do so. The city authorities have introduced tourist quotas and pre-booking for visiting local attractions.
Now only the first 500 people will receive permission to visit cultural sites when the usual daily than was 3 thousand tourists a day.
This idea was supported by the island of Corsica, which also introduced a limit on the number of tourists. Paris, where the number of tourists is about 2.5 million people, suffers the most.
The situation is complicated by vehicles because sightseeing buses are a nuisance to the locals, who lead life at their own measured pace.
“We don’t want tour buses to run around Paris in a completely anarchic way. Buses are no longer welcome in the city center,” Gregoire, a candidate for the mayor’s office of Paris, said.