the four parties negotiating to form a new administration in amsterdam have published radical plans to tackle mass tourism and ensure the city’s residents have priority.there is a real risk that the city centre is turning into a massive theme park and that has to be fought against on all fronts, the four parties say. some 18 million tourists – both from the netherlands and abroad – are expected to visit the dutch capital this year.groenlinks, d66, the labour party and socialists are in talks on forming a new city council executive and have decided to publish part of their plans already.the main points include:an increase in tourist taxespermits for tourist guides who operate outside the red light districttougher rules for horse-drawn carriages, beer bikes and other ‘fun’ transporta ban on coaches within the a10 ring roadcanal cruise boat terminals to be moved outside the city centrea 30 day limit for airbnb rentals and a complete ban on holiday rentals to tourists in some areasthe cruise terminal to be closed to allow the java bridge to be builta ban on ‘floating hotels’amsterdam marketing to be reformed into an expertise centre for promoting culturea ban on new branches of large retail and restaurant chainsmore street cleaners and rubbish collectors‘tourism is part of amsterdam’s international culture and we have to cherish that,’ the four parties say in the document.‘but the positive sides to tourism – the jobs and income for the city – are being o...