RUSSIAN TOURISTS PLAN TO TRAVEL AFTER THE LOCKDOWN

Gregory Dolgos -
The Covid-19 pandemic is having an unprecedented effect on the tourism industry worldwide. And Russia is no exception to this rule. This is especially the case of international travel, which has come ...

AMSTERDAM SAYS “STOP” TO CANNABIS TOURISM

Larry Brain -
Amsterdam is declaring war on cannabis tourism. The mayor of the Dutch capital wants to ban the sale of cannabis to tourists. The aim is to curb the numbers of visitors – but not too much. ...

CROATIA'S TOURISM RECOVERS FROM CORONA SLUMP

Alec Hills -
Croatia recorded 13.8 million tourist arrivals and around 84 million overnight stays last year. Compared to 2020, the number of arrivals increased by 77% and the overnight stays by 55%, announced the ...

GLOBAL TOURISM TO LOSE $7 BILLION IN 2022

Michael Trout -
The tourism sector has been going through a very tough period during the last two years due to the Covid-19 pandemic and there were generally high expectations with regards to this year and a potentia ...

LONG AWAITED RETURN OF ALGERIAN TOURISTS IN TUNISIA

Vanderlei J. Pollack -
The reopening of land borders between Algeria and Tunisia is finally official and will be effective from July 15. A decision awaited like the messiah by tourism professionals, who suffer from the abse ...