CANARY ISLANDS EXPECT A COMEBACK OF BRITISH TOURISTS

Tomas Haupt -
This year, the Canary Islands have lost an average of 25,000 British visitors a month, with a total of 229,000 during the first nine months of 2018, a drop that the public administration and hotel ass...

CANARY ISLANDS: ANXIOUS DUE TO THOMAS COOK TOUR OPERATOR CRISIS

Gary Diskin -
Canary Islands hoteliers remain anxious as the new crisis of the Thomas Cook Group unravels, the second most important tour operator for the destination....

TOURISM IN SPAIN RECORDED 11.2% GROWTH IN JANUARY

Kevin Eagan -
Spain started the year by breaking another tourism record. In January, traditionally one of the low-season months in Spain (except for the Canary Islands), there were 3.5 million international tourist...

CATALONIA REPORTED A DROP IN OVERNIGHT STAYS

Gregory Dolgos -
In September, overnight stays in Catalonia dropped by 5%, which represents a four months setback, while in the overall figure for Spain it fell by a 0.4%....

FRENCH TRAVELERS SWAPPED TUNISIA AND MOROCCO FOR SPAIN AND GREECE

Sara Thopson -
Over the last ten years, the French outbound tourism has transformed thoroughly as a result of the Arab spring, refugee crisis and terrorism. While Tunisia, Morocco and Egypt were the most popular hol...
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