SKI SEASON IN THE ALPS THREATENED BY LACK OF SNOW

Pat Hyland -
For the third year, the level of snow in the the French and Swiss Alps has reduced again affecting the ski season. Several resorts from France to Austria are no longer able to start their season accor...

ECONOMISTS AWAIT AN UPTURN IN SWISS TOURISM

Nik Fes -
The winter season was already a success, now a strong summer season is to follow. According to economic researchers, the situation in Swiss tourism is as good as it has been for many years. Foreign t...

SWISS TOURISM MARKETING NEEDS TO CHANGE

Kevin Eagan -
Like the human cargo of a cruise ship giant over Venice, displeasure over mass tourism is waking up in Switzerland as well. “You can barely ride the bicycle along the Zytgloggen, because the hordes of...

SWISS HOTEL INDUSTRY CONTINUES TO GROW

Nik Fes -
It was a record year for the hospitality sector in Switzerland. For the first time ever, the country recorded over 38 million stays – 38.8 million. This is an increase of 3.8% compared to the year bef...

THE SWISS HOTEL INDUSTRY IS NOT AFRAID OF BREXIT

Andrew J. Wein -
Brexit does not disturb the Swiss hotel industry, nor the tourism authorities: loyal and enthusiastic British customers are expected to continue to flock to the Swiss Alps, particularly thanks to the ...
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