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Let us suppose you wish to travel (or consider travelling) for leisure to this country, with world heritage, beatiful scenery or with historical places, for any of these reasons or any other.

If this country presents itself as a pain to travel in terms of political conditions, such as: difficulty in obtaining tourist visas, lack of freedom of speech, arrival interviews and so on... would you be less inclined to travel there and consider a different travel destination? or would you ignore all these conditions given the amount of interest you have in the country and its touristic patrimony?

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closed as not constructive by VMAtm, Gagravarr, Mark Mayo, hippietrail, andra Jul 17 '11 at 17:08

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I think this topic is very broad and don't have a right answer. –  VMAtm Jul 17 '11 at 11:13
    
As it stands, this question seems a bit broad and lacking a "right" answer, as we require here. This seems more of a discussion topic, which isn't suitable for a Q&A format (but may belong in chat!) Some of the individual parts might be valid questions on their own though –  Gagravarr Jul 17 '11 at 11:19
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It sounds subjective too. I do go to countries with "political situations" that others wouldn't and some situations are big enough to stop me going too. –  hippietrail Jul 17 '11 at 16:57

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