CUBA’S TOURISM DOES NOT TAKE OFF AFTER COVID-19

Laura Maudlin -
Tourism in Cuba is still struggling due to low visitor numbers, U.S. sanctions, and the ongoing crisis, which negatively impacts the quality of travel services and experience. ...

MEDICAL TOURISM IN ARGENTINA FLOURISHES

Joe McClain -
The combination of tourism and health is a very tempting formula for many foreigners visiting Argentina. The professional quality, the high standards of technology and infrastructure, the blue dollar ...

LUXURY BRANDS BET ON SPAIN

Andrea Hausold -
Spain has made significant progress in the past year towards competing with the strongest European countries, although they still have a long way to go. According to a report on luxury retail by inter ...

MEDICAL TOURISM IN MEXICO FLOURISHES AGAIN

Ashley Nault -
Medical tourism is increasingly popular and after the lethargy caused by the pandemic has resumed its previous rhythm. The reopening of borders and the removal of government restrictions have led peop ...

MACHU PICCHU RECEIVES 10,000 FEWER TOURISTS DUE TO PROTESTS

Sara Thopson -
Peruvian tourism businesses have seen their recovery forecasts seriously affected due to the ongoing strike that is devastating the country. With only at the beginning of the Holy Week, more than 100 ...