TOURISM SHOULDN’T DEAL WITH AVERAGE TRAVELERS

Bill Alen -
We often like to generalize, and yet we remain unaware of how difficult this habit makes it for us when it comes to reaching our consumers. This trend is not unique to the tourism sector; nevertheless...

CATALONIA REPORTED A DROP IN OVERNIGHT STAYS

Gregory Dolgos -
In September, overnight stays in Catalonia dropped by 5%, which represents a four months setback, while in the overall figure for Spain it fell by a 0.4%....

CLIMATE CHANGE: A THREAT TO CARIBBEAN TOURISM

Laura Maudlin -
When Caribbean residents remember nature catastrophes such as the hurricanes Irma and Maria that hit the region last fall, they not only think about the loss of hundreds of homes and human lives, but ...

TOURISM IN GERMANY CONTINUES GROWING

Denise Chen -
Last year was very successful for tourism in Germany. The 2016 figures are expected to increase for the seventh time in a row. Domestic and foreign tourism reported 450 million overnight stays, making...

ALGARVE TOURISM FACES LONG-TERM PROBLEMS

The Algarve region registered increased tourism numbers last year achieving all-time records. According to the Report on Tourism and Air Transportation in Portugal published recently, the reasons for ...