TUNISIAN TOURISM: GOVERNMENT REJOICES, EXPERTS ARE SKEPTICAL

Tomas Haupt -
Tunisian tourism board announced positive results of the sector for 2016, describing the year as a return to normality for the industry. At the Spanish trade fair FITUR, the officials emphasized the a...

SAUDI ARABIA TOURISM TO OPEN UP TO MORE VISITORS

Laura Maudlin -
The falling oil prices force Saudi Arabia to change its direction. As a new source of income, the previously not very tourism-friendly country wants to tap into travel business. Saudi Arabia tourism i...

SAUDI ARABIA TOURISM PLANS BIG DEVELOPMENTS

Tomas Haupt -
As the pilgrimage to Mecca has just finished, the kingdom of Saudi Arabia is also seeking to develop its non-religious tourism industry in order to distance itself from its dependence on oil extractio...

AZERBAIJAN TOURISM AUTHORITIES REJOICE OVER AN INCREASE

Cecilia Garland -
Last year, Azerbaijan tourism industry was boosted by 2.25 million tourists. One third of them were Russians, as reported by the State Statistics Committee....

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. ...
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