Sociologists should research how tourists interact with the tourist sites they visit. Are they genuinely attracted to these monuments, or is their interest subtly based on confusion and fear?
In other words, are tourist sites actually interesting to the millions of people who visit them, or do they merely serve as social havens for lost foreigners, showing them where to go and what to do?
Would closing these important locations cause panic and mayhem among the tourists?
Cities are large. Fear is likely.
Everyone should prepare for this potential disaster by personally realizing that just walking around the city is also a good option.
They even have decks of cards for it.
You may or may not see famous landmarks with these cards, but either way, you will remain calm in case of a citywide closure of tourist sites.
They’ll help you go from this
without freaking out.