CAPRI TOURISM WILL BE REGULATED

Nik Fes -
After Venice, the Italian holiday island of Capri is considering closing its barriers for tourists. The aim of the Capri tourism authorities is to regulate the number of visitors at certain places on ...

TUNISIAN TOURISM RECOVERY – REVENUES FAR BEHIND

Although the Tunisian tourism recovery that started at the beginning of 2017 is real, the sector's foreign currency earnings remain low to insignificant....

ECO-FRIENDLY TOURISM RELIES ON SUSTAINABILITY

Andrew J. Wein -
Eco-friendly tourism implies a way of traveling that follows the principles of environmental, social and economic sustainability. A commitment to low impact on the environment and culture. In fact, th...

THE IMPORTANCE OF CONTENT MARKETING FOR TOURISM INDUSTRY

Anna Luebke -
Content marketing is increasingly added to the marketing mix of advertising companies in the tourism industry. A content coordinated media presentation of a company or a region forms the basis for a s...

CHILEAN TOURISM AUTHORITIES INTRODUCE NEW PLACES OF INTEREST

Dan Rang -
After several months of work, the Committee of Tourism Ministers declared the regions of Lonquimay, the Chiloé Archipelago, Torres del Paine, and Cape Horn as places of interest, adding these to the 3...