CHINESE YOUTH BREAK TRAVEL HABITS

Joe McClain -
Chinese Generation Z and Millennials travel in a very different way compared to their parents. The cliché of Chinese tourists who shoot up the Eiffel Tower before rushing back to their bus as fast as ...

CHRISTMAS MARKETS TOURISM IN GERMANY: A SUCCESS STORY WITH DARK SIDES

Nik Fes -
It is the end of November which marks the beginning of the Christmas season and the opening of Christmas markets all over Europe. Christmas trees and other attractions attract millions to the inner ci...

EUROPE BY TRAIN: TIPS FOR PLANNING YOUR TRIP

Justin N. Froyd -
Landscapes passing by through the window, ample space, limited queues, and easily accessible starting points: train travel across Europe stands out as an attractive means of transport with several adv...

CHINESE TOURISM BOOM – GOING FROM 4.5 M TO 150 M TRAVELERS

Sara Thopson -
The Chinese president, Xi Jingping, unveiled the Beijing Daxing airport last week, promoted as the greatest in the world. An ambition equal to Chinese tourism which is experiencing a boom. ...

DARK TOURISM: THE DEMAND FOR NEW EXPERIENCES

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Dark tourism responds to the need of contemporary tourists to live unique, impactful, and perhaps extreme experiences. Places connected with tragic events are growing in popularity all around the worl...
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