TOURISM IN PORTUGAL INCREASING BUT BRINGING HARM

Larry Brain -
The number of overnight stays in tourist establishments in the European Union (EU) grew 5.1% in 2017, compared with the previous year. Portugal registered the fourth largest increase of overnight stay...

SMART CITIES: THE NEXT STEP TOWARDS THE TOURISM OF THE FUTURE

Vanderlei J. Pollack -
One of the growing trends in urban development is the transformation of a city into a more friendly space, combining safety, sustainability, leisure, and productivity. Smart cities are the metropolise...

EUROPEAN CAPITALS FACE AIR POLLUTION PROBLEMS – PART II

Chris Grad -
Last week, Tourism-Review.com brought you the first part of an article focusing on the air pollution problems of many European capitals. Berlin, Brussels, London – they all have recently launched vari...

HOW TO MEASURE THE TOURISM INDUSTRY PERFORMANCES ACCURATELY?

James Morris -
To determine which country is the best performing in terms of tourism, limiting itself to the number of foreign visitors to the country is a decoy. This is a diversion that allows France to claim the ...

FRENCH TOURISM EXPECTING RECORD REVENUE IN 2018

Daniel A. Tanner -
In its latest report on international tourism in France, the Banque de France highlights the positive results of the sector, while pointing out certain weaknesses....