GENEALOGICAL TOURISM: QUEBECKERS IN SEARCH OF ANCESTORS IN NORMANDY

Theodore Slate -
More and more Quebeckers become part of genealogical tourism in Normandy, in search of their ancestors. Will this newfound interest be enough to revitalize the economy of certain areas of Normandy? ...

ECONOMIC IMPACT OF TOURISM IN ARGENTINA IS INCREASING

Anna Luebke -
The Ministry of Tourism of Argentina estimated that during the New Year weekend the economic impact of tourism exceeded 3,600 million pesos (about US$193 million), with more than 1.2 million people tr...

SWISS TOURISM RECOVERING AFTER THE CURRENCY SHOCK

Laura Loss -
The Swiss tourism industry has been in a crisis since the euro-franc shock in January 2015 but there are signs of recovery and it seems that the situation is gradually turning around. As a reminder, t...

MOSCOW TO JOIN TOP 10 MOST VISITED CITIES BY 2025

Pat Hyland -
Last year was a record year for tourism in Moscow. 23.5 million tourists visited the city for at least one night. 56 million visited the capital, while 65 million visited the sites of the Moscow Seaso...

UPCOMING TRENDS IN MICE TOURISM 2020

Larry Brain -
The general rule says that people travel for pleasure; however, the reality is that a fair share of tourists visits destinations for business reasons. The MICE segment (meetings, incentives, conferenc...