PORTUGUESE TOURISM CATCHING UP

Daniel A. Tanner -
The arrival of the “heat” increased the number of overnight stays in Portuguese hotels. But growth was not as strong in July as it was in June. ...

TOURISM REVENUES INCREASE SIGNIFICANTLY IN GREECE

Andrew J. Wein -
Greek tourism revenues have increased rapidly this summer. The sales in the industry rose by 14.2% in June to just under two billion euros. ...

TOURIST TAXES AROUND EUROPE – IN BELGIUM AND ITALY TOURISTS PAY THE MOST

Chris Grad -
An ever-increasing number of European cities or regions are applying tourist taxes to travelers who stay overnight in their lodgings, albeit with large differences in the amount charged depending on t...

ITALIAN TOURISM FACES A LOW-COST FEVER

Vanderlei J. Pollack -
Rome remains the undisputed capital of Italian tourism with nearly 20 million arrivals and 40 million attendances per year. But it is also becoming more and more the capital of low-cost tourists and b...

DOMINICA AFTER MARIA: EUR 63 MILLION OF DAMAGE IN THE TOURISM SECTOR

Vanderlei J. Pollack -
Nearly EUR 63 million – that is the damage caused by hurricane Maria to Dominica's tourism sector, mainly the infrastructure, according to the estimates by the island's tourism agency which hopes to b...