TURKISH TOURISM REPORTS POSITIVE NUMBERS

Daniel A. Tanner -
Turkish tourism suffered a decay in the last couple of years due to various reasons – terrorism, political instability, and disputes. Now, the industry is set for a revival in the future, with 2017 sh...

DOMESTIC TOURISM FALLS BY 3.6% IN BARCELONA

Andrea Hausold -
The Catalan capital offsets the decline in domestic tourism with more international arrivals....

TOURISM TO CUBA DECREASED IN 2018

Wayne M. Gore -
According to official data, the tourism revenues of Cuba fell by 4.6% last year. The country welcomed 15% fewer European visitors. Tourism to Cuba decreased and the outlook for the current year is not...

SWITZERLAND PLANS TO FOCUS MORE ON HEALTH TOURISM

Justin N. Froyd -
After a successful summer season, the Swiss tourism board, Switzerland Tourism, plans to turn the country into one of the world's leading health tourism destinations. Starting next year, corresponding...

VISA WAIVER BOOSTED BRAZILIAN TOURIST NUMBERS BY STUNNING 16%

Nils Kraus -
The visa waiver launched in Brazil in June 2019 for tourists from the United States, Canada, Australia and Japan, has yielded the first results for the tourism sector. The latest data from the Federal...
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