ALGARVE TOURISM FACES LONG-TERM PROBLEMS

The Algarve region registered increased tourism numbers last year achieving all-time records. According to the Report on Tourism and Air Transportation in Portugal published recently, the reasons for ...

SWISS TOURISM MARKETING NEEDS TO CHANGE

Kevin Eagan -
Like the human cargo of a cruise ship giant over Venice, displeasure over mass tourism is waking up in Switzerland as well. “You can barely ride the bicycle along the Zytgloggen, because the hordes of...

VIENNA TAKING MEASURES TO TACKLE POTENTIAL OVER-TOURISM

Nik Fes -
In November 2018, Vienna achieved a new tourism record with 1.3 million overnight stays (+15.5%). For the period from January to November 2018, there were 14.8 million overnight stays and an increase ...

THAILAND: TOURISM AUTHORITY REVISES THE 2019 FORECAST

Andrea Hausold -
The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has revised down its growth forecast for this year, bringing the estimated number of international arrivals to 40.2 million, below the 41.3 million targeted wit...

MEXICO PLANS TO BOOST LGBTI TOURISM

Michael Trout -
Mexico is the first country in Latin-American to sign an agreement with the International Gay and Lesbian Travel Association (IGLTA) and Queer Destinations, to support tourism products offered to the ...
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