INCREASE IN UK AND US TOURIST ARRIVALS BOOST HUNGARY’S TOURISM

Gregory Dolgos -
An analysis published by the Hungarian hotels and restaurants association revealed that Hungary’s tourism boom continued to grow without any restraint as the gross income received by the hotels in Hun...

OUTBOUND TRAVEL STUDY – ASIAN TRAVELERS PREFER NEARBY DESTINATIONS AND SHORT STAYS

Gregory Dolgos -
The Global Travel Intention Study 2015 by Visa showed that Asia Pacific travelers favor destinations close to their home and prefer weekend getaways and shorter stays. They have also been seen to be s...

LIECHTENSTEIN TOURISM REPORTED SUCCESSFUL WINTER DATA

Michael Trout -
Liechtenstein tourism businesses registered a positive winter season. Figures for the 2016/17 winter show an upward trend, with an increase in overnight stays....

PORTUGUESE TOURISM CATCHING UP

Daniel A. Tanner -
The arrival of the “heat” increased the number of overnight stays in Portuguese hotels. But growth was not as strong in July as it was in June. ...

BRETON TOURISM SUFFERED A DECREASE IN VISITOR NUMBERS

James Morris -
After a record year for Breton tourism in 2015, the number of visitors to this French region declined last year. According to the Regional Tourism Committee, the decrease was caused by the school cale...
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