CYPRUS AND BULGARIA ARE WORRIED ABOUT THE COMING SUMMER SEASON

Samuel Dorsi -
Russian tourists are highly esteemed guests in Cyprus and Bulgaria. Now, however, the customer base is falling away because of the EU sanctions against Russia. Turkey could come in third - at least in ...

ISRAEL LAUNCHES NEW AID PROGRAM FOR THE TOURISM INDUSTRY

Andrea Hausold -
Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett last week announced a new aid program for the tourism industry heavily impacted by the new bans on foreigners entering the country, following the spread of the O ...

BRAZIL’S TOURISM RECOVERING SLOWLY FIGHTING DEEP-ROOTED PROBLEMS

Andrea Hausold -
With the colorful parades of the Sambódromo in Rio de Janeiro postponed because of the spread of the omicron variant, Brazil is experiencing a carnival week with not much partying this year. This is b ...

SUCCESS: CAMBODIA’S TOURISM REVENUES REACHED USD 4.92 BILLION IN 2019

Andrew J. Wein -
According to the local media, last year, Cambodia welcomed 6.61 million international visitors, 6.6% more than in 2018, generating 4.92 billion dollars. ...

CHINESE TOURISM REOPENS BUT TOURIST ATTRACTIONS FACE CHALLENGES

Sara Thopson -
As many industries in China return to normalcy and people come back to work a large number of tourist attractions (65.8%) have also opened to domestic visitors. Many of them now fight overcrowding. ...