HOTEL INNOVATION SHOULD NOT RELY ON TECHNOLOGY ONLY

The hotel industry seems more than convinced of eliminating any friction both during the booking process as well as the stay of the guest. At the same time, through the hotel innovation the establishm...

TOURISM SECTOR IN PORTUGAL SLOWS DOWN IN THE FIRST HALF OF THE YEAR

Larry Brain -
In the first half of the year, the number of guests and overnight stays in Portugal kept increasing, but there has been a deceleration, compared to the growth rate of the same period of last year. Th...

CUBA PLANS TO INCREASE THE NUMBER OF FOREIGN TOURISTS

Nils Kraus -
Despite the White House's restrictions, traveling to Cuba remains legal for Americans, who continue to arrive, especially on the large cruise ships of Carnival, Norwegian and other US-based companies....

FLORIDA TOURISM AFTER IRMA – MANY HOTELS REOPENED

Sara Thopson -
In the wake of Irma, some regions struggle with problems – the Florida Keys have even announced a temporary tourist stop. After the storm, Visit Florida spoke with marketing representatives of all the...

TUNISIAN TOURISM PLANS TO ATTRACT MORE VISITORS

Denise Chen -
Before the revolution, Tunisia was a destination of choice: close to Europe, cheap and unchanging. At that time, Tunisian tourism authorities announced seven million visitors every year....