TOURISM IN TUNISIA ENDANGERED DESPITE A RECORD YEAR

Samuel Dorsi -
From January 1 to the end of August this year tourism in Tunisia generated over 2646 million dinars; the equivalent of 870 million euros. In the national currency this was an increase of 46% compared ...

CANARY ISLANDS EXPECT A COMEBACK OF BRITISH TOURISTS

Tomas Haupt -
This year, the Canary Islands have lost an average of 25,000 British visitors a month, with a total of 229,000 during the first nine months of 2018, a drop that the public administration and hotel ass...

GAY TOURISM IN ARGENTINA: OVER 490,000 ARRIVALS IN 2018, 11% MORE

Nils Kraus -
Creating a tourist offer focused on the gay tourism in Argentina is becoming increasingly attractive for companies and businesses in the industry, as this market registers higher expenditure and longe...

TOURISM IN JAPAN WORRIED ABOUT THE LACK OF CHINESE TOURISTS

Theodore Slate -
The sudden decrease of inflow of Chinese tourists is troubling Japanese tourism sector. Statistically, Japan had been doing well in the first half of 2016. The country registered an inflow of 11.7 mil...

THE NUMBER OF CHINESE TOURISTS IN SWITZERLAND ON THE RISE

Theodore Slate -
Switzerland attracts more tourists from China than ever. The Switzerland Travel Centre, the official and largest tour operator in the country, recorded over 15% growth in bookings of Chinese tourists ...
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