LAST YEAR FRENCH TRAVELERS WENT ON HOLIDAY IN RECORD NUMBERS

Daniel A. Tanner -
Despite the SNCF and Air France strikes, the World Cup and the yellow vest movement, 66% of French people went on holiday at least once in 2018. 35.5 million, that’s two thirds of the French populatio...

PANAMA’S TOURISM INJECTED MILLIONS INTO LOCAL ECONOMY

Nils Kraus -
In 2018, the Panama received US$4,605 million in expenditure incurred by visitors, which represents a 3.3% increase in comparison to 2017, according to the Panama Tourism Authority (ATP, in Spanish)....

JAPANESE TEMPLES TO CLOSE DOWN FOR GROUPS OF FOREIGN TOURISTS

Andrew J. Wein -
The impoliteness of foreign tourists forces Japanese temples to ban the entry of tours with large groups....

2019 IS THE YEAR OF NEW MUSEUMS

Vanderlei J. Pollack -
Museums are great attractions for visitors around the world. Many deem them as the main motives of their trips, others as secondary ones. Nevertheless, every year millions of people travel worldwide t...

LVIV – THE TOURISM CAPITAL FACES GARBAGE DIFFICULTIES

Richard Moor -
Lviv is one of Ukraine’s most beautiful cities. The Western Ukrainian city is often regarded as the tourism capital of the country, and rightfully so. Lviv has more than a millennium of history as a s...