IMAGE OF TOURISM IN HONDURAS HARMED BY UNRESTS

Pat Hyland -
The Honduran tourism authorities from the private and public sectors plan to work hard on improving the image of the country at an international level, following the violent incidents caused by the cu...

DOMESTIC TOURISM FALLS BY 3.6% IN BARCELONA

Andrea Hausold -
The Catalan capital offsets the decline in domestic tourism with more international arrivals....

BALI FIGHTS DISRESPECTFUL BEHAVIOR OF TOURISTS

Nik Fes -
While tourism is the main financial mainstay of Indonesia, Bali plans to introduce restrictions to influence the behavior of tourists. Countless pictures of lightly dressed visitors have been posted o...

TOURISM SECTOR IN GUATEMALA FACES CHALLENGES

Wayne M. Gore -
Further development of infrastructure, reducing the image of an unsafe destination, and attracting tourists for longer stays are the main challenges of the tourism sector in Guatemala. ...

ITALIAN TOURISM FACES A LOW-COST FEVER

Vanderlei J. Pollack -
Rome remains the undisputed capital of Italian tourism with nearly 20 million arrivals and 40 million attendances per year. But it is also becoming more and more the capital of low-cost tourists and b...