HONG KONG TOURISM SEES A DROP OF 59% IN MAINLAND VISITORS

Cecilia Garland -
This year’s drop in the number of visitors from the Chinese mainland has made the Hong Kong tourism authorities less optimistic about the likelihood of things improving during the coming May holiday s...

FOREIGN CRUISE OPERATORS FIGHTING FOR CHINESE MARKET

Dan Rang -
The Chinese market is the world’s second largest cruise market after the United States. The number of cruise passengers has been increasing by 76% every year for about four years. In 2016 the new reco...

MEDITERRANEAN TOURISM TO BE AFFECTED BY BREXIT

Laura Maudlin -
Experts point to the impact of Brexit on the Mediterranean tourism. Spain and Cyprus are expected to be most affected by the decline in the number of British tourists. ...

QATAR ATTEMPTING TO BOOST TOURISM THROUGH SPORT EVENTS

Nik Fes -
Last week, the World Artistic Gymnastics Championship ended after 9 days of competitions. This year the event was held in Qatar, in particular Doha, for which large sport events are beginning a regula...

ITALIAN DIGITAL TOURISM REACHES WORTH OF MORE THAN 14 BILLION EUROS

Nik Fes -
The digital tourism market in Italy continues to grow and is currently worth 14.2 billion euros. This year it grew by 8% compared to 2017, according to the estimates of the Observatory for digital inn...
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