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Amsterdam Says ‘Nee’ to British Party Tourists – Launches ‘Stay Away’ Campaign

Thinking of a wild trip to Amsterdam? Think again, as the Dutch capital is putting its foot down on British party tourism. Amsterdam, known for its liberal drug laws and red-light district, welcomes around 20 million tourists annually, but locals have grown weary of their disruptive behavior.

In an effort to discourage rowdy visitors, the city has launched a new ‘stay away’ campaign, the latest in a series of initiatives aimed at curbing their misbehavior.

“Visitors remain welcome, but not if they misbehave and are a nuisance. Then we as a city say: rather not, stay away,” Deputy mayor Sofyan Mbarki said.

“To keep our city livable, we now opt for limitations instead of irresponsible growth.”

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