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FRENCH TOURISM INDUSTRY REPORTS MASSIVE DECLINE

Following a wave of attacks that hit France over the last 18 months, French tourism suffered the effects if these events at full force. The government announced that the number of tourists in the country has fallen by 7% since January, also due to poor weather and strikes.

ISRAEL TOUR GUIDES FOR A PERFECT VACATION

If you are looking for quality Israel tour guides, you will quickly find out that there are many individuals and companies providing such services. However, if you want to find a tour guide that will satisfy your needs and expectations during your vacation, you will have to search more diligently.

UNIQUE AND UNUSUAL - BRAND NEW OPPORTUNITY FOR PUBLICITY

After a short summer break, we are glad to introduce an exclusive opportunity for publicity with our new Tourism Review series of articles titled “Unique & Unusual”. The publications will present various unique destinations and travel experiences. For example, the series will start with articles on “Top 10 Unique Guided Tours in Paris” and “Top 5 Unusual Venues in Brussels”. Our editorial team will also focus on the less known tourist sites in well-known destinations, unusual and unique accommodation options, and much more.

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THE LATEST ISSUE OF THE TOURISM REVIEW ONLINE MAGAZINE - SUMMER 2016

CONTENTS:

HERITAGE: Travels for Bookworms
PROFESSIONAL: Investing in Tourism Security
ADVENTURE: Holiday in No Man’s Land
TRANSPORT: Aboard a River Cruise Ship
DESTINATION: South Korea – The Festival of Culture

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ECO LABELS IN TOURISM – CAN THEY BE TRUSTED?

Sustainability and eco labels in tourism are a hot topic since in recent years more than 150 international eco certificates have been established. Naturally, they differ greatly and the traveler may ask which of them are trustworthy.

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ICELAND'S TOURISM GROWTH VIEWED AS A BURDEN

With magical natural phenomena and mysterious legends Iceland attracts more and more visitors. The growing numbers of Iceland’s tourism however are the cause of the locals’ concern.

ARGENTINA TO OFFER ANTARCTIC TOURISM EXPERIENCE

Starting in January 2018, Argentinian government plans to offer flights to Marambio Base, the permanent Argentine Antarctic base. The aim of the initiative is to boost the Antarctic tourism. The flights will be organized by the State Airlines Company (Líneas Aéreas del Estado) owned by the Argentina Air Force.

TOURISM IN BARCELONA – HOTEL INDUSTRY NOT HARMED

The suspension on new hotel licenses, which has been effective in Barcelona, seems not affecting the profitability of the hotel business in the city. The hotels reported a significant increase in the price of rooms in 2015. These are the findings of a study on the hotel market over the past year and the first half of 2016, released by BRIC Consultancy. Thanks to growing tourism in Barcelona, the study ranks the Catalan capital as the most profitable city in Spain’s tourism sector.

FRENCH TOURISM PLANS 100 M VISITORS IN 2020

Affected by the attacks in Paris and Nice, French tourism authorities will not easily maintain their very ambitious goal of 100 million tourists in 2020.

TOURISM IN VENEZUELA TO COPE WITH A NEW REGULATION

The Ministry of Tourism in Venezuela has established rules governing foreign exchange transactions carried out by tourism service providers.

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