Tourism Review Online Magazine - X / 2014 27.10.2014
Welcome to the cold and windy November issue of Tourism Review Online Magazine. Can’t imagine leaving your beloved dog or cat behind when going on holiday? Take them with you. The amounts of pet friendly hotels are growing all around the world – read the Professional supplement. If you seek not only animals but also the countryside, villages and slow pace of life, open the Ethical part discussing rural tourism and its increasing popularity as well as profitability.
The latest data on the global cruise industry is the topic of the Transport supplement while the Heritage part presents a number of special tours in the footsteps of remarkable politicians. Vaclav Have Tour, Iron Lady Walk or even Mount Vernon Tour – all of them offer unforgettable experience. The Destination supplement this time goes back in time and commemorates the fall of the Berlin wall. The German capital is celebrating 25 years since the great milestone and invites everyone to join the party.
The legacy of many politicians around the world shapes the lives of people even after the death of the icons. Join the tour and explore the life of Vaclav Havel in Prague, Margaret Thatcher in London, Nelson Mandela at the Robben Island and many more.
More and more hotels and hotel chains open their gates to guests with their pets. Explore the pet friendly hotel chains around the world and decide where to take your beloved four-legged friend for holiday next time.
The cruise industry is growing fast all around the world – not only in Europe and North America but in Australia as well. Ebola is however posing great threat to the sector.
With billions dollars in revenues annually rural tourism has bright future. Authentic holiday experiences together with a relaxing and healthy environment attract increasing amounts of travelers.
The German capital celebrates an important anniversary this November – 25 years since the fall of the Berlin wall. Exhibitions and special events are on their way in the city known for numerous museums and concert halls, as well as nightclubs.