FRANCE IS UNDER-EXPLOITING ITS CULTURAL HERITAGE

Daniel A. Tanner -
A report delivered to the government pointed out that France's cultural heritage was often “too distant from important tourist routes” and calls on all players in the French tourism sector to work tog...

TOURISM DEVELOPMENT ENCOURAGES CULTURAL EXCHANGE

Nils Kraus -
Over the years, tourism has been listed as an essential component of socio-economic progress of nations, particularly in developing countries. A profitable economic phenomenon that needs to be encoura...

CULTURAL TOURISM IN ITALY GROWING BUT NOT EVERYWHERE

Samuel Dorsi -
Cultural tourism in Italy is on the rise, according to the 12th edition of Fedeculture Annual Report. The data show that in 2015 Italian families spent €67.8 billion on culture. This represents an inc...

NAMIBIA TOURISM AUTHORITIES TO ENCOURAGE DOMESTIC TRAVELERS

William Law -
Namibia tourism delights in the popularity the country receives from its visitors. Namibia’s Hotel Association plans to further facilitate domestic and cultural tourism....

SUSTAINABLE TOURISM IN MEXICO GETS SUPPORTED

Cecilia Garland -
An area between Puerto Morelos and Tulum would be declared the first Sustainable Tourism Development Zone (known as ZDTS by its initials in Spanish) in Mexico, with the main goal of guaranteeing a pro...
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