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 ...

TOURISM INDUSTRY EXPECTS TO OVERCOME THE BARCELONA PROTESTS

Richard Moor -
As protests over the sentence of the Catalan independence leaders begin to calm down in the streets of Barcelona, the hospitality industry becomes hopeful and optimistic for the future of this sector....

TOURISM IN HONDURAS – NEW LAW, HOTELS, AND A CRUISE PORT

Bill Alen -
Tourism in Honduras awaits a new bill to be passed. With the approval of the Law of Incentive for Tourism more than 250,000 jobs will be generated in the next two years. Intensive development in the h...

HALAL TOURISM GETTING STRONGER THAN EVER

Tomas Haupt -
In 2007, Euromonitor International reported that halal tourism had a great potential and was likely to boom in the coming years. The estimate was right. Since then, the number of Muslim travelers arou...

EUROPEAN CITIES ATTEMPT TO TACKLE AIRBNB ISSUE

Tomas Haupt -
European cities are trying to tackle the issue of Airbnb and its lack of regulation. Eight cities are planning to write to the European Commission in view of improving the rules for the renting platfo...