E-VISA PROGRAM TO BE LAUNCHED IN RUSSIA ON JULY 15

James Morris -
A single electronic visa should work in Russia from July 15; the government expects it will simplify entry into the country, said Minister of Economic Development Maxim Reshetnikov. ...

VIENNA'S ACCOMMODATION BUSINESS GROWS AND PROSPERS

After the Corona crisis, there are signs that Vienna's accommodation market is slowly recovering. At least that is what the statistics suggest: it shows how the supply of hotels, rooms and beds has ch ...

MEXICAN PARADISE IS BECOMING INCREASINGLY DANGEROUS

Anna Luebke -
Cancún, the Mexican paradise was once considered a relatively safe area. Then, ten years ago, territorial fights began between hostile drug gangs. However, they took place in the nightclubs or the wor ...

THE CITY OF GHENT PROTECTS ITSELF FROM OVER-TOURISM SO AS NOT TO SUFFER FROM IT

Cecilia Garland -
Cities like Barcelona, Amsterdam, and Venice have faced the issue of over-tourism, which has caused frustration among locals. However, some cities not yet experiencing this problem are taking proactiv ...

LEBANON'S TOURISM HIT HARD BY THE HAMAS-ISRAEL WAR

Vanderlei J. Pollack -
Lebanon suffers the consequences of a war it had no part in. Despite hopes that the end of summer and approaching holiday season would boost Lebanon's tourism industry, the ongoing conflict between Ha ...