WHY IS THE KAZAKH TOURISM STAGNATING?

Laura Maudlin -
Kazakh tourism is facing an ambitious task. The goal is to increase the share in the country’s GDP from the current 0.9% to 8% by 2025. What issues are there that are preventing the sector from regist...

CHINA BUILDS MORE AND MORE AMUSEMENT PARKS

Michael Trout -
China is expected to become the world's largest amusement parks market by 2020. The total number of visitors coming to local parks will exceed that of the United States, according to a report recently...

STREET ART – POPULAR TOURISM ATTRACTIONS IN BERLIN

James Morris -
Not everyone considers graffiti art. Though in some cities it is an important part of it. On many of the walls there are genuine works of art. It is no wonder that many visitors of cities want to expl...

SPIRITUAL TOURISM IN FRANCE ON THE RISE

Theodore Slate -
Whether tourists or pilgrims, more than 51 million people visit religious sites every year in France according to Atout France. Formerly practiced by pilgrims alone, spiritual tourism today attracts a...

ETHICAL TOURISM IS NOT A SOLUTION

Dan Rang -
Who didn’t feel bad after visiting a souvenir shop that turned out to be like a little shop of horrors? Or who didn’t feel ashamed after spending a vacation on a beach in the Caribbean where only whit...