CRUISE TOURISM IN EUROPE HAD A SUCCESSFUL YEAR

Joe McClain -
Cruise tourism in Europe is expected to be on rise in the coming years despite global economic austerity measures, according to Pierfrancesco Vago, Chairman of CLIA Europe and Executive Chairman of MS...

BARCELONA AND PALMA – CRUISE POLLUTION LEADERS IN EUROPE

Spain leads the European classification of countries most contaminated by the emissions of large ships, according to the Transport & Environment Federation....

CRITICISM OF CRUISE TOURISM ON THE RISE

Nik Fes -
Cruise tourism has been growing in popularity in the past years and is cementing an integral role in the world of the industry. The growth is constant, with the increase reaching almost 7% from 2017 t...

CRUISE SHIPS FLEEING FROM AMSTERDAM

Sara Thopson -
Amsterdam began to apply a fee to cruise line companies that are berthed in the city. The introduction of the fee generated rejection in the sector’s association, and as a result, two cruise lines dec...

EXCESSIVE TOURISM BECOMES A CONCERN FOR THE TOURISM SECTOR

Anna Luebke -
Venice loses its cruises, Barcelona tightens control of the rents, and Dubrovnik imposes quotas on its visitors. Faced with the plague of excessive tourism, professionals in the tourism sector are loo...
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