Tourists from China are becoming a group increasingly targeted by tourism organizations and travel companies all around the world. The truth is that a lot of them are traveling and they spend a lot. Moreover, the potential is perhaps even much bigger. European and American companies have been analyzing strategies to reveal the full potential of China and who knows, perhaps soon the majority of worldwide tourists will be Chinese. Tourism-Review.com introduces TOP 5 Marketing Strategies to Win Over Chinese Travelers.
Air pollution is responsible for 6.5 million deaths and various health problems of people around the world. 92% of the world population lives in places where air quality levels do not meet the limits set by WHO. The major sources of air pollution are the transport, household fuels, burning of waste, power plants fueled by coal, and industrial activities. In France, several cities exceed the limits as well (annual average concentration: 10 μg/m3). Tourism-review.com presents the top 5 French cities with the worst problems with air pollution.
Days become longer and the weather becomes warmer during spring time, flowers begin to bloom and plants begin to grow, and the days generally seem to become more pleasant. Why not see the beauty of spring elsewhere this year and head for a well-deserved break?
The time of advent is coming fast and many travelers already plan where to go this year to explore the most interesting Christmas markets around Europe. While Germany and France offer the oldest fairs, other countries are home to various remarkable attractions as well. Explore the best European Christmas markets presented by Tourism-Review.com.
Tunisia is not only a sun and beach destination; there is a great deal historic places and sights. The main attractions are the archaeological sites and monuments, but travellers who wish to learn more about the country’s cultural and historical heritage, should not miss a couple of museums in Tunisia. Tourism-review.com introduces the best Tunisian museums for any culture lover.
Nature tourism in all its forms represents an excellent opportunity to escape from the routine and enjoy new experiences. Its popularity is increasing and eco travel is thriving at unexpected levels. According to reports, this sector is growing at an annual rate of 17%. According to the WTO, by 2030 over half of trips will go to developing countries whose main domain is the countryside, landscape and natural beauty. Mexico is a country, whose nature tourism generates a turnover of about 280 million dollars per year. Tourism-Review.com introduces the top 5 Eco Travel Destinations.
The need to travel is increasing day by day as well as the demand for fast and comfortable transport. Thus, the travel companies are forced to act fast and satisfy the needs of their customers. This is especially true for the railway industry and carriers are well aware of it. The railway industry is developing in every aspect. Tourism-review.com therefore presents five countries and their high speed trains development.
Long coastline, stunning mountains, rich history – Chile has numerous faces attractive to adventurous tourists. Many of the attractions in Chile are connected to its cultural heritage as well as the remarkable wilderness. Tourism-Review.com brings top 7 places in the South American country that any traveler should not miss.
The tourism industry is changing. Where travelers used to look for only traditional, comfortable accommodation and experiences for their relaxing time, they are nowadays turning towards more uncommon holidays. That is exactly what these five German unusual hotels have to offer.
Children need to be constantly monitored. Therefore, an all-inclusive resort is the best option for parents who want to enjoy a break even when their children are with them. In these resorts, your kids can meet and spend time with others of their own age and participate in several activities. Here are seven great beaches for children in the age group 6 to 13 years around the Mediterranean.