TOURISM IN EGYPT TO DIVERSIFY THE OFFER AFTER YEARS OF INSTABILITY

Nik Fes -
Egypt’s economy is heavily dependent on tourism. After the uprising against the then president Mubarak in 2011, the subsequent political unrest, and Islamic terror attacks, the number of foreign guest...

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...

RIVER CRUISES: A NON-INVASIVE TOURISM SEGMENT WELCOMED BY MANY DESTINATIONS

Gary Diskin -
River cruises tourism model has gotten rid of the two misconceptions that stained its image: first, it has nothing to do with maritime cruises; and second, it is not only for people over 50 years old,...

SCIENCE AND TOURISM EXCHANGE ON THE LARGEST CORAL REEF

Richard Moor -
Every year, more than two million tourists armed with masks and snorkels visit the Great Barrier Reef, which is the largest coral reef in the world. They spend the equivalent of 3.7 billion euros and ...

HOW UKRAINIAN (IN)HOSPITALITY IS DAMAGING THE COUNTRY’S IMAGE

Andrea Hausold -
Ukraine is a country that has for years been relying on tourism as a crucial sector to support the stagnating economy. At its peak, Ukraine welcomed 24.7 million foreign visitors (2014). However, sinc...