FRANCE IS UNDER-EXPLOITING ITS CULTURAL HERITAGE

Daniel A. Tanner -
A report delivered to the government pointed out that France's cultural heritage was often “too distant from important tourist routes” and calls on all players in the French tourism sector to work tog...

PILGRIM TOURISM IS ATTRACTING AN INCREASING NUMBER OF FOLLOWERS

Richard Moor -
Far from being the sole prerogative of pilgrims, spiritual tourism is becoming ever more attractive. In addition to the beauty of the monuments, many people are simply seeking to “distance themselves ...

EMISSION FREE TOURISM – IN HELSINKI IT WILL BE POSSIBLE

Vanderlei J. Pollack -
Emission-free tourism is the aim of the authorities in Helsinki. The city plans to reduce emissions by 60% by 2030. ...

NORTH KOREAN TOURISM WAITING FOR A NEW HOLIDAY RESORT

Tomas Haupt -
Costal city Wonsan is a city where North Koreans go to enjoy their holidays, eat ice cream, enjoy the sea, and have a barbecue. For their leader, however, it is not only a summer resort and future Nor...

ITALY TO FOCUS MORE ON SLOW TOURISM

Tomas Haupt -
Instead of mass tourism, Italy wants to focus more and more on the so called “slow tourism”. Italian Minister of Culture Dario Franceschini has set up an internet portal for eco-conscious travelers wh...