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...

CHINESE TOURISTS CLASHING WITH LOCALS ON HOLIDAY

Nik Fes -
Chinese tourists are travelling as never before and Paris is one of the main European goals of the tourism boom. The French capital attracts visitors with its museums as well as luxury shops. Their ra...

EGYPTIAN HERITAGE UNDERMINED BY THE FALL OF TOURISM

Samuel Dorsi -
Egypt, deprived of its tourist revenue and entangled in an unprecedented economic crisis, is struggling to preserve its fabulous historical monuments. Egyptian heritage has been maintained by revenues...

IS IT POSSIBLE TO TRAVEL TO NORTH KOREA?

Tomas Haupt -
North Korea stands for surveillance, foreclosure, and oppression. On the other hand, the country is open to tourists, but a trip is only possible under strict conditions. Hoe to travel to North Korea?...