RELIGIOUS TOURISM IN SYRIA ATTRACTS THOUSANDS OF IRAQIS

Wayne M. Gore -
Despite the instability in Syria, thousands of Iraqis are traveling to the country for religious tourism. This number is expected to rise as the Syrian government allows visa-free travel for first-tim ...

TOURISM IN BRAZIL: NOT MANY TOUR OPERATORS REPORT POSITIVE NUMBERS

Nils Kraus -
The impact of the pandemic of COVID-19 on tourism in Brazil in the first half of 2021 included 75% of Brazilian tour operators to make less than a quarter of the pre-pandemic period boardings. This da ...

COLOMBIAN TOURISM INDUSTRY BENEFITS FROM FOREIGN INVESTORS

Kevin Eagan -
As a part of the economic recovery, ProColombia released details of new Colombian tourism projects with foreign capital that are being developed in the country. According to their calculations and a r ...

INCREASE IN RED TOURISM IMPACTS CHINA'S TRAVEL INDUSTRY

Bill Alen -
As the Chinese Communist Party marks its 100th anniversary, China is witnessing an unprecedented increase in red tourism, in which all places of historical and cultural significance to the party are v ...

‘COVID’ PASSPORT FAILED TO BOOST INTERNATIONAL TOURISM IN SPAIN

Samuel Dorsi -
Last July, 4.4 million tourists arrived to Spain, 78% more than last year, but almost 55% fewer than in July 2019, before the COVID-19 pandemic began. ...