RIVER CRUISES IN GERMANY ANNOYING LOCALS

Kevin Eagan -
Hundreds of river cruises in Germany sail through historic old towns. The residents are becoming increasingly annoyed in cities such as Bamberg, Passau or Regensburg. How much tourism can a city toler...

BARCELONA CRUISE BOOM NOT PLEASING THE RESIDENTS

Dan Rang -
Barcelona cruise tours have been growing in popularity and the number of travelers exploring the Spanish city is booming. However, the residents stand in opposition against rising tourism numbers as w...

CRUISE TOURISM TO CUBA: A DICHOTOMY OF UPS AND DOWNS

Theodore Slate -
Cruise tourism to Cuba is at its peak: the country is committed to the benefits of the cruising industry as an integral part for tourism in order to rescue its weakened national economy. ...

Greenest Airlines – Ryan Air Tops the List

James Morris -
The aviation industry is responsible for roughly 2 or 3 percent of the total greenhouse gas emissions. While not a large figure, the constant increase in air traffic is bound to reveal a higher percen ...

SCUBA DIVING DELIGHT IN INDONESIAN PARADISE

Nik Fes -
More than 13,000 islands form the country of Indonesia, each one with its own special and distinct identity. There are over 3,500 submarine species living in the Indonesian underwater world. The count...
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