EGYPTIANS WHO BOTHER TOURISTS MAY BE FINED

Sara Thopson -
Last week, the Egyptian Parliament adopted a law that intends to protect the tourism industry, which is an important part of the country’s economy....

AMSTERDAM FIGHTING AGAINST OVER-TOURISM

Nik Fes -
The rates of the increase in tourism numbers are enormous all-around Europe. The flow of visitors in many cities is alarming, and the citizens are fighting back. As a result, cities are also taking th...

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...

POLITICAL CRISIS IN BURUNDI AFFECTS TOURISM IN EAST AFRICA

Justin N. Froyd -
The instability of Burundi, the East African country fighting poverty and political crisis, has an impact on the business activities of the East Africa Community (EAC), which has tried to promote the ...

EASTER ISLAND: CHILE FIGHTING MASS TOURISM

Nik Fes -
After Venice and Barcelona, Easter Island, the Chilean land in the Pacific that welcomed 110,000 tourists in 2017, starts regulating mass tourism. Since August, the duration of the stay is limited to ...
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