The number of tourists has helped in the growth of Hallstatt's economy.
Hallstatt in the Austrian Alps is a town so beautiful that tourists can't remain away from visiting it once in awhile their life. As per a report by the BBC, the World Heritage Site with a populace of 800 gets around 1 million tourists every year. The quantity of guests has expanded surprisingly over the most recent ten years, and today, tourists with smartphones are the most common sight.
Major tourists who visits Hallstatt are from China. Truth be told, the town is so famous there that China made an imitation of it in 2012, complete with the famous church and the principle square.
Be that as it may, while the travel industry has helped the town's economy to grow devastatingly, not every one of the local people is content with the increased number of visitors to their pristine town.
"The advantages are that we have turned out to be financially strong," says the Mayor of Hallstatt, Alexander Scheutz. "We used to be a place that individuals left... Anyway, that is changed. Presently we can build up our very own ventures and offer a great deal of our populace."
Be that as it may, a local resident interviewed by BBC offered an alternate take. "We have a lot of short term guests who swamp the pristine place," he said. "That isn't so useful for the general population who live here."
Hallstatt now intends to lessen the number of tour buses it gets.