BRUSSELS: STRATEGY AGAINST THE TRANSIT TOURISM

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Tourists come to Brussels to enjoy its historical heritage, taste the legendary Belgian beer or discover the European institutions. However, the city does not seem to attract long-stay tourism: most v...

THE IMAGE OF SPAIN ABROAD IMPROVING

Chris Grad -
According to the Elcano Royal Institute's barometer, the Spanish sunshine, gastronomy and athletes are more highly valued than the country’s economy, investment opportunities, or companies. The image...

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...