SWISS TOURISM MARKETING NEEDS TO CHANGE

Kevin Eagan -
Like the human cargo of a cruise ship giant over Venice, displeasure over mass tourism is waking up in Switzerland as well. “You can barely ride the bicycle along the Zytgloggen, because the hordes of...

THE ‘TRUMP EFFECT’ DECREASES THE TOURISM NUMBERS IN THE US

Chris Grad -
Several months ago various critics pointed at President Trump's rhetoric against Mexicans, Muslims and other ethnic groups warning that it would harm the American tourism industry. Now, the official d...

SWARM INTELLIGENCE AND THE CURRENT TOURISM MARKET

Nik Fes -
Swarm intelligence is the collective behavior of decentralized, self-organized systems, natural or artificial. Ants are species that are very well known for their specific behavior in groups. The ques...

SPANISH TOURISM SLOWDOWN LIKELY TO CONTINUE IN 2019

Tomas Haupt -
In 2018, tourism GDP grew below the Spanish economy. The number of travelers reached 82.6 million which is 0.9% more than last year, when the country achieved a historical record of 81.9 million arriv...

IMAGE OF TOURISM IN HONDURAS HARMED BY UNRESTS

Pat Hyland -
The Honduran tourism authorities from the private and public sectors plan to work hard on improving the image of the country at an international level, following the violent incidents caused by the cu...