HARD BREXIT CONSEQUENCES FOR THE TRAVELERS

Anna Luebke -
UK is expected to leave the European Union on March 29th this year and all indications point towards the so-called ‘hard’ Brexit, with no deal with the EU, rather than a ‘soft’ solution. This would po...

LONDON TOURISM EXPECTS FURTHER INVESTMENT AND PROMOTION

Laura Maudlin -
The British capital would like to open itself up even more to international visitors. The mayor, Sadiq Khan, has ambitious goals for London tourism, and the decline of the pound's value could help him...

AFRICA’S IMMENSE TOURISM POTENTIAL UNDERMINED BY TERRORISM

Alec Hills -
Nigeria, Egypt, Ivory Coast, Cameroon, Tunisia, Burkina Faso, Benin... In recent years, many African countries have been affected by terrorist attacks of varying magnitude. As the continent makes new ...

RUSSIAN OUTBOUND TOURISM ON THE RISE AFTER STAGNATION

Nik Fes -
The outbound tourism of Russia increased by almost 50%, according to data from the Border Guard Service of the Russian Federation for 2017. Russian citizens travelled 14.6 million times out of the cou...

U.S. TOURISM - THE VICTIM OF THE TRADE WAR

Anna Luebke -
The trade war between the United States and China has led to a rapid fall in Chinese tourist trips to the country. This comes after more than decade of big growth of inflow from the Asian country. ...