LEBANESE TOURISM SEEKS ALTERNATIVES TO THE GULF VISITORS

Pat Hyland -
Although Riyadh and its allies’ economic sanctions are hitting Lebanese tourism professionals full force, they are planning to increase their independence and seek alternative sources of tourists. ...

EGYPTIAN TOURISM GROWING THANKS TO EUROPEAN AND ARABIAN VISITORS

Chris Grad -
Egyptian tourism industry has a reason to rejoice. The authorities announced the positive numbers of the first trimester of 2017. 1.7 million tourists visited Egypt over that period which represents a...

EUROPE REJOICES OVER POSITIVE NUMBER OF TOURISTS

Andrea Hausold -
The number of tourists in the world increased substantially in 2017, especially in southern and Mediterranean Europe....

TURKEY’S DECLINING TOURISM GOT ANOTHER HIT

Nils Kraus -
The recent bombing in Istanbul is yet another hit for the declining tourism in Turkey. According to the data released by the Ministry of Tourism, 1.7 million foreigners arrived to the country in April...

JANUARY BOMBINGS AFFECT THE CRIPPLED ISTANBUL TOURISM

Laura Maudlin -
On January 12, Istanbul was once again the target of terrorist bombings, and the result was, as to be predicted, a drop in the expected net bookings, when compared to the same month in the previous ye...
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