TOURISM IN CRIMEA LIKELY TO SLUMP

Gary Diskin -
The opening of Turkey as a destination for Russians could lead to a considerable fall in inbound tourism in Crimea by 15 to 25%, according to experts. ...

SPANISH ECONOMY RELIES ON THE TOURISM BOOM

Joe McClain -
During the economic crisis, tourism proved to be the Spanish economy's only engine of growth. As the country fell deeper into a double recession, the crisis in the travel sector was less pronounced an...

TOURISM DECLINE REPORTED BY SPAIN FOR THE FIRST TIME SINCE 2009

Laura Maudlin -
The Spanish Minister of Industry, Trade and Tourism, María Reyes Maroto, has estimated that 2018 will close with the arrival of 81.2 million visitors, 0.8% less than last year, whose 81.9 million figu...

RUSSIAN INBOUND TOURISM RISING AT THE BEGINNING OF 2017

Andrew J. Wein -
Russian inbound tourism increased by 17% in the first three months of 2017. A significant part of the tourist traffic were most likely business travelers, according to the evaluation of experts from t...

TOURISM IN AZERBAIJAN REPORTED 1.5 MILLION ARRIVALS

Laura Maudlin -
The “Dubaization” of Baku, transformation of the Khrushchev into Empire style buildings, the extension of the boulevard, the “London taxis” and many other things that were adapted for tourism have pro...
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