IRAN TO BENEFIT FROM THE WORLD CUP IN QATAR

Nils Kraus -
Iran – a country of many unknowns – is aiming to take advantage of the upcoming FIFA World Cup in Qatar to boost its tourism industry....

QATAR 2022 WORLD CUP - A BIG CONTRIBUTOR TO THE TOURISM SECTOR

Sara Thopson -
Soccer will boost Qatar's influence on the world tourism sector by showing off its modern and World Cup-driven infrastructure. The cost of traveling to the country is so high that it will leave an eco...

RUSSIAN OUTBOUND TOURISM: CHANGING LANDSCAPE IN 2022

Theodore Slate -
Amidst the invasion of Ukraine, Russia is experiencing rapid changes in the last weeks and the next weeks and months will change the dynamics even more. This is also the case of tourism, especially Ru...

TUNISIAN TOURISM IN AGONY AFTER TWO PANDEMIC YEARS

Kevin Eagan -
From travel agencies to tour guides, not a single sector of the Tunisian tourism industry, which represents 14% of the country's GDP, has been spared by the health crisis. But the signs of a recovery ...

MAURITIUS TOURISM: FIGURES OF DISCORD

Samuel Dorsi -
Tourists did not rush to the gate when the Mauritius borders were partially reopened on July 15. With approximately 1,500 reservations until the end of September in the 14 hotels that were opened in M...
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