MEDICAL TOURISM IN TURKEY DAMAGED

Sara Thopson -
Turkey’s medical tourism industry isn’t remotely what it used to be, due to the social, political and civil unrest that plagues the country and damages its image internationally. Medical tourism in Tu...

HOTEL RESERVATIONS AFFECTED BY CATALONIAN UNREST

Daniel A. Tanner -
Tourism contributes 15% to Barcelona’s GDP. Hoteliers warn that the current instability caused by the independence movement in Catalonia may affect the hotel reservations and the profits of the indust...

TOURISM IN TUNISIA ENDANGERED DESPITE A RECORD YEAR

Samuel Dorsi -
From January 1 to the end of August this year tourism in Tunisia generated over 2646 million dinars; the equivalent of 870 million euros. In the national currency this was an increase of 46% compared ...

VISITING EGYPT IS NOT FOR THE FAINT HEARTED

Richard Moor -
The city of Cairo used to be one of the most popular vacation spots for anyone visiting Egypt, but nowadays tourists are scarce. Sharm El Sheikh, another immensely popular destination, now resembles a...

EGYPTIAN HERITAGE UNDERMINED BY THE FALL OF TOURISM

Samuel Dorsi -
Egypt, deprived of its tourist revenue and entangled in an unprecedented economic crisis, is struggling to preserve its fabulous historical monuments. Egyptian heritage has been maintained by revenues...
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