TUNISIAN TOURISM: SIGNALS OF REVIVAL AHEAD OF 2017 SUMMER SEASON

Nik Fes -
There are signs of a real recovery for Tunisian tourism. The industry has improved in 2016 thanks to security measures, according to officials. However, cautiousness is needed, because it is necessary...

SWISS MOUNTAIN RAILWAYS ENJOY IMMENSE POPULARITY AGAIN – IS IT ENOUGH?

Nils Kraus -
Mountain railways in the Swiss Alps enjoy the good times again. According to a recent report, their popularity goes up together with the revenues. ...

PORTUGAL: HOSPITALITY AND TOURISM ARE NO 1 EXPORT SECTOR

Bill Alen -
A study conducted by the consulting firm Mercer which sampled 93 hotels and inns has revealed that the Portuguese economy has their most prominent strengths in hospitality and tourism from an export s...

SUMMER SEASON BROUGHT RECOVERY FOR FRENCH HOTEL INDUSTRY

Ashley Nault -
French hotel industry reported positive numbers for July. The occupancy rates increased to 70% throughout all accommodation categories while the average prices decreased. The August numbers suggest si...

TOURISM FALL IN SRI LANKA: VISITORS LURED TO GET THE DISCOUNTS

Kevin Eagan -
Sri Lanka, known for its white beaches and large tea plantations in the Indian Ocean, has reduced its rates in an attempt to recover the inflow of tourists to the country. After the Easter Sunday terr...
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