TOURISM IN PERU PLANS 7 MILLION VISITORS

Sara Thopson -
The Peruvian tourism sector has been going through a very positive phase in 2016, and the outlook for the next year is very promising. The government's goal is to keep getting as many tourists as poss...

U.S. TOURISM - THE VICTIM OF THE TRADE WAR

Anna Luebke -
The trade war between the United States and China has led to a rapid fall in Chinese tourist trips to the country. This comes after more than decade of big growth of inflow from the Asian country. ...

NEW VISA WAIVER TO BOOST BRAZILIAN TOURISM

Chris Grad -
Brazilian president, Michel Temer, is seeking to attract more foreign investment and visitors to Brazil through a new visa waiver program. The aim is to help Brazilian tourism as well as the Latin Ame...

AUSTRIAN TOURISM NOT PLEASED ABOUT CHRISTMAS DAY ON SUNDAY

Tomas Haupt -
While the number of overnight stays in Austria has so far increased from year to year to 68.5 million, further growth might be complicated this winter season. Both the Christmas Day and the New Year’s...

MOROCCO LAUNCHES PROMOTION TO ATTRACT CRUISE TOURISTS

Richard Moor -
While many countries are dealing with the problem of too many cruise passengers, Morocco has an opposite problem, as the number of visitors has been decreasing sharply in the last couple of years. Acc...
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