BRAZILIAN MUSEUMS INCREASINGLY USE INTERACTIVE TOOLS AND ATTRACT MORE TOURISTS

When we think of museums, we think of venues with artworks displayed on the walls or untouchable historical pieces protected by glass. This reality however has been changing! More and more cultural ve ...

2022: ANOTHER CHALLENGING YEAR FOR THE TRAVEL AND HOSPITALITY SECTOR IN EUROPE

Samuel Dorsi -
After the difficult years of 2020 and 2021, the travel and hospitality industry stakeholders expect numerous challenges again in 2022. Mrp hotels investigates the trends in a recent study and examines ...

AIR POLLUTION IN THAILAND BECOMES A TOURISM PROBLEM

Richard Moor -
A new episode of pollution hits the north of Thailand and the area of Chiang-Mai, second city of the country. The city of Chiang Mai and parts of the north of the country are affected by extremely hig ...

INTERNATIONAL TOURISM IN DUBAI EXCEEDS PRE-PANDEMIC LEVELS

Gary Diskin -
Dubai welcomed 8.55 million international visitors during the first half of 2023, surpassing the 8.36 million visitors recorded in 2019 before the pandemic. This performance marks the destination's be ...

PERCEPTION OF SECURITY IN MEXICO NEEDS TO IMPROVE

Wayne M. Gore -
Tourism industry experts emphasize that one of the obstacles for the reactivation of tourism in Mexico is the great competition that has been generated on an international scale which made it necessar ...