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You'll get the thrill of living in two ancient hamlets at the same time here. Samo was founded by ancient Greeks looking for shelter on the hills but not too far from the shore, turning the village into their "harbor."

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Picturesque Lake Bled is home to a quaint, white church, sitting on a verdant island and surrounded by aqua-blue water, silhouetted against the backdrop of the Julian Alps.

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DARWIN, Australia (AP) — Wildlife rangers have trapped a 4.4-meter (14.5-foot) saltwater crocodile at a tourist destination in Australia's Northern Territory, the biggest caught in the area in years, a wildlife ranger said Monday.

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The Maldives closed its national borders and canceled all flights shortly after recording its first two coronavirus cases in March.

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Spain's lockdown was one of the toughest in Europe, but restrictions are gently being lifted. Beaches set to reopen in June while hotels in some parts of the country have already been permitted to resume business.

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A popular destination for many tourists to Mexico — especially LGBTQ+ travelers — Puerto Vallarta is an ideal spot in Mexico to travel to if you want to escape to a resort or just hit the beach. Its high season kicks off in November, earlier than elsewhere in Mexico thanks to U.S. tourists taking advantage of a Thanksgiving week off, and it goes just as long. While Cancun might be more known for spring breaker crowds, Puerto Vallarta has its fair share of those coming to cut loose during a mid-semester respite. July and August are popular months for those who need to stick to school calendars for vacations, though rain is common during this time.

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In November 2019, a fire wrecked some buildings on Hallstatt's waterfront, with the mayor warning tourists against visiting.

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When a restaurant, hotel, street, town or city becomes "Insta-famous," it seems it's only a matter of time before overtourism follows behind.

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Tens of thousands of revelers in Indonesia’s capital of Jakarta were soaked by torrential rains as they waited for New Year's Eve fireworks.

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