SEVERAL SITES MAY BE REMOVED FROM THE UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE LIST

Sara Thopson -
Venice, Budapest... two European cities very appreciated by tourists and rich in history and culture. But also two cities that seem to be more and more in danger due to demolitions and mass tourism. B...

LIVERPOOL: NO MORE A UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE

Joe McClain -
The northern English port city of Liverpool played a decisive role in the development of Great Britain. In the 18th and 19th century, the city was one of the most important trading centers in the worl...

HISTORICAL SITES IN MOROCCO GOT IN FOCUS OF THE TOURISM AUTHORITIES

Pat Hyland -
The new strategy of Moroccan authorities tends to let domestic and foreign tourists discover the magnificent cultural and historical sites located in several cities of the Kingdom. For many, cultural ...

UK TOURISM: TOUGHER ENTRY REQUIREMENTS ARE BACK

Pat Hyland -
It is difficult for VisitBritain to promote the many events that will take place across the Channel when the conditions of access to the country are increasingly complicated. Since November 30, 2021, ...

MEXICAN RELIGIOUS TOURISM GENERATES PROFIT OVER USD 0.5 BILLION

Richard Moor -
José Manuel López Campos, president of Mexico’s Confederation of National Chambers of Commerce, Services and Tourism (CONCANACO-SERVYTUR) reported that in recent years, the country has established its...
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