RIVER TOURISM IN FRANCE IS QUITE UNDERDEVELOPED

Nils Kraus -
In 2016, river tourism in France attracted 10 million passengers, resulting in the booking of 2 million overnight stays. Despite having the longest network of waterways in Europe – around 8,501 kilome...

MEDICAL TOURISM TO BE CERTIFIED IN DOMINICAN REPUBLIC

James Morris -
Dominican Republic offers its first certified programme for medical tourism professionals. Local university, Universidad Iberoamericana (UNIBE), is launching the International Certified Medical Touris...

INNOVATE AND GENERATE GROWTH IN THE DIGITAL TRAVEL LANDSCAPE

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Today’s leading travel players must reinvent their value propositions and improve every experience, if they wish to engage and best serve the digital traveller. The growth opportunities and opportunit...

CHINESE TOURISM: TRAVEL TECHNOLOGIES TO SHAPE THE SECTOR

Justin N. Froyd -
The rapid development of modern technology introduces smartness and convenience to all aspects of our modern life and environment, including the efficient operations of private businesses, government/...

EAST AFRICAN TOURISM – THE JOINT PROJECT OF KENYA, UGANDA, RWANDA

Tomas Haupt -
African tourism authorities rely more and more on synergy. In East Africa, Kenya, Uganda, and Rwanda have decided to join forces to improve their visibility to tourists across the world. After signing...
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