INSECURITY AFFECTS TOURISM IN DOMINICAN REPUBLIC

Andrew J. Wein -
The unrests and increased criminality in the Dominican Republic have resulted in growing concerns about the safety of the visitors. ...

MEXICO: RAILWAY INSTEAD OF TOURISM PROMOTION

Cecilia Garland -
Mexico plans to rebuild its tourism industry. However, one of the first steps to do so is a controversial move. Mexico announced closing 18 of the 21 Mexican tourism offices around the world by the en...

SPAIN: RURAL TOURISM REPORTS A REBOUND

Justin N. Froyd -
Once the de-escalation program kicks in, tourism will be the industry that will take the longest to recover, to the extent that Spanish hotels won’t be opening “until the end of June, beginning of Jul...

IBIZA REPORTS 8% BOOKING DROP OF BRITISH TOURISM

James Morris -
Tourism forecasts are not very good for the summer season in Ibiza. In fact, the first objective data available anticipate a strong booking drop in the main foreign market: the British market, which a...

SWISS TOURISM INDUSTRY REPORTS SIGNIFICANT INCREASE

James Morris -
After difficult years, in 2017 the Swiss tourism industry experienced a brilliant recovery. The sector recorded 37.4 million overnight stays. This is 5.2% more than in the previous year and almost as ...
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