THE FUTURE OF TOURISM: TRAVELING TO BECOME LUXURY AGAIN

Kevin Eagan -
The coronavirus will probably make travel more expensive and thus also more climate-friendly. Cheap flights at cut-rate prices will soon be the thing of the past. The future of tourism encompasses sub...

SUSTAINABLE TRAVEL IS THE NEW GEM IN BOTSWANA

Kevin Eagan -
The African country emerged from poverty thanks to its diamond mines and deposits, but these are not unlimited. Attracting more tourists and being an example of sustainable travel destination is slowl...

BUENOS AIRES CELEBRATES THE CURRENT TOURISM RECOVERY

Gregory Dolgos -
After two years of decreased tourism activity, the authorities of the Argentinian city of Buenos Aires report a tourism recovery. From August 2016 to July 2017 the average growth per month amounted to...

RIVER TOURISM IN FRANCE IS WORTH 1.36 BILLION EUROS

Richard Moor -
With an economic weight of 1.36 billion euros, 6,100 direct jobs and 15.6 million day-passengers, river tourism in France demonstrates its drive within the tourism offer in the country....

SWISS TOURISM MARKETING NEEDS TO CHANGE

Kevin Eagan -
Like the human cargo of a cruise ship giant over Venice, displeasure over mass tourism is waking up in Switzerland as well. “You can barely ride the bicycle along the Zytgloggen, because the hordes of...