BUSINESS TOURISM IN SPAIN CONTINUES THE UPWARD TREND

Theodore Slate -
Business tourism in Spain brought a total of 22,000 meetings to the country in 2015, a figure that represents a 15% increase over the previous year (2014), as well as visits by four million people. Th...

DOMESTIC TOURISM IS THE FOCUS OF GERMAN GOVERNMENT

Nik Fes -
The German government wants to make business easier for German hoteliers and travel companies and to promote domestic tourism more. However, the methods so far are not particularly tailored to the ind...

70 MILLION TO DEVELOP QUEBEC TOURISM

Quebec has announced a 70-million-dollar tourism investment to be used over a three year period in order to “diversify, enrich, and develop” Quebec tourism offer. This news pleased especially the owne...

CUTTING-EDGE TECHNOLOGIES THAT ARE CHANGING DESTINATIONS

Anna Luebke -
Tourism is becoming an increasingly technological dynamic, largely explained by the new generations of tourists, such as millennials and Generation Z, who are born and raised with new technologies and ...

TOURISM INDUSTRY IN PANAMA LOSES ITS POTENTIAL DUE TO HIGH PRICES

Chris Grad -
Tourism experts in Panama claim that travelers prefer to visit other places such as Colombia, which is 30% cheaper than Panama. Due to expensive services, the country loses its competitiveness in the ...