POLAND ASKS PRAGUE TO STOP “ABORTION TOURISM” OF POLISH WOMEN

Ashley Nault -
Warsaw has asked Prague not to approve a law that would facilitate what the Polish government calls “commercial abortion tourism” by Polish women in the Czech Republic, warning that the approval could...

FIRST COVID, NOW WAR – TOURISM IN POLAND SUFFERS

Theodore Slate -
The tourism industry has been struggling significantly during the last two years and while there was a lot of hope with regard to this year, problems continue in many destinations worldwide....

CZECH TOURISM EXPERIENCED SLIGHT REVIVAL IN 2021

Nils Kraus -
Last year, a total of 11.4 million tourists stayed in hotels, guesthouses, and campsites in the Czech Republic. The data on Czech tourism have been published by the Statistical Office....

TUNISIAN TOURISM INDUSTRY EXPECTS A STRONG YEAR

Justin N. Froyd -
The Tunisian Minister of Tourism, Mohamed Moez Belhassine, emphasized “a strong demand for the Tunisian destination in 2023”, based on the information from tour operators. He stressed the need to pre...

MADAGASCAR IMPROVES AIR TRANSPORT OFFERS TO BOOST TOURISM

Joe McClain -
Although 2022 had its ups and downs, Madagascar tourism looks bright. Reservations for 2023 are at full capacity, air transports and flight frequencies are increasing, and historic companies like Cors...
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