TENERIFE TO CLOSE THE YEAR WITH THE HIGHEST NUMBER OF VISITORS IN ITS HISTORY

Michael Trout -
Tenerife tourism expects to close the year with an all-time high record number of visitors, according to the town council president Carlos Alonso, who said that the island could end 2017 with more tha...

IRANIAN TOURISM TO GET HIT BY THE END OF THE NUCLEAR AGREEMENT

Nik Fes -
Some companies in the Iranian tourism sector, including the European ones, will be directly impacted by the end of the agreement between the USA and Iran and the resulting sanctions....

MADEIRA TOURISM CONCERNED ABOUT BREXIT

Ashley Nault -
Brexit and the devaluation of the pound are reasons for concern in Madeira tourism, the archipelago’s main economic agent. Last year, the United Kingdom lost the first position in the ranking of the m...

SPANISH TOURISM DECLINE AFFECTED BY BREXIT, THOMAS COOK BANKRUPTCY, AND CATALONIAN PROTESTS

Justin N. Froyd -
The Alliance for Tourism Excellence, Exceltur, the Spanish travel, and tourism association lowered its annual growth expectations of the industry from 1.6% to 1.4%. Spanish tourism decline has been af...

CAMBODIA: ARCHEOLOGICAL SITE THREATENED BY MASS TOURISM

Andrew J. Wein -
The temples of Angkor Wat in Cambodia are among the most beautiful and popular archaeological sites in the world. Five million tourists visit the place every year. Overcrowding however, has dramatic c...