MUSEUMS IN PARIS WELCOMED FEWER VISITORS

Sara Thopson -
The Office of Tourism and the Congress of Paris just compiled the results of the visits of 67 monuments and museums in Paris in 2015. The two waves of terror attacks in Paris caused a significant drop...

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...

CRISIS IN RUSSIA AFFECTS TURKEY'S TOURISM SECTOR

Gregory Dolgos -
According to the statistics, the number of Russian visitors in Turkey has dropped by 30 percent. Experts forecast that the Turkish economy will suffer a cost of $ 2.5 billion. 20,000 people are also e...

ARCHAEOLOGICAL TOURISM IN MEXICO WENT SLIGHTLY DOWN

Pat Hyland -
“Teotihuacán” and “Chichen-Itzá” received fewer visits at the beginning of the year, especially from foreigners, despite the healthy state of travel trade in the country. Archaeological tourism in Mex...

THAI TOURISM EXPECTS RECORD VISITS

Gregory Dolgos -
Tourism is one of Thailand’s driving industries, and with good reason, as the Asian country has a lot to offer to the tourists. However, with the tension in the region affecting the country, which saw...
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