PORTUGAL: TOURISM SECTOR EXPECTED TO GROW THANKS TO LUXURY HOTELS

Gregory Dolgos -
A recent study on the tourism sector in Portugal revealed that the industry is likely to grow in the area of luxury hospitality and several niche products like nature, surf, sun, beach, and culture. T...

TOURISM IN VIETNAM BENEFITS FROM E-VISA

Cecilia Garland -
In the first half of the year, Vietnam welcomed 6.2 million foreign tourists, an increase of 30.2% over the previous year. The number of domestic visitors reached more than 40 million people. The tota...

FRENCH STUDY FOCUSES ON HISTORIC MONUMENTS

Joe McClain -
The French General Directorate for Heritage (Ministry of Culture), the General Directorate for Enterprise (Ministry of the Economy and Finance) and Caisse des Dépôts publish, in the collection of econ...

IRANIAN TOURISM TO GET HIT BY THE END OF THE NUCLEAR AGREEMENT

Nik Fes -
Some companies in the Iranian tourism sector, including the European ones, will be directly impacted by the end of the agreement between the USA and Iran and the resulting sanctions....

MEXICO TO INCREASE THE TOURIST TAX

Dan Rang -
Traveling to Mexico is to become more expensive. The executive branch has mandated an initiative to raise the DNR (Non-Resident Fee), a fee for visitors without a permit to undertake paid work, which ...
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