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 ...

‘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. ...

GERMAN INBOUND TOURISM REMAINS DYNAMIC

Larry Brain -
The Federal Statistical Office has reported that in 2023, German inbound tourism increased and the number of overnight stays by foreigners in the country increased by 18.8 percent compared to the prev ...

JAPAN FACES A LACK OF STAFF IN ITS TOURISM INDUSTRY

Kevin Eagan -
Japan is currently experiencing a labor shortage in the tourism industry. This is because many companies in this sector had to reduce their workforce during the pandemic. As the economy improves, the ...