EUROPEAN CAPITALS FACE AIR POLLUTION PROBLEMS – PART II

Chris Grad -
Last week, Tourism-Review.com brought you the first part of an article focusing on the air pollution problems of many European capitals. Berlin, Brussels, London – they all have recently launched vari...

SAUDI ARABIA TOURISM PLANS BIG DEVELOPMENTS

Tomas Haupt -
As the pilgrimage to Mecca has just finished, the kingdom of Saudi Arabia is also seeking to develop its non-religious tourism industry in order to distance itself from its dependence on oil extractio...

CUBAN TOURISM AUTHORITIES EXPECT BOOMING NUMBERS

Nils Kraus -
Cuban authorities have declared their intention to boost tourism and reach 4.2 million visitors in the near future. Cuban tourism sector aims at becoming the leader in the Caribbean region....

OUTBOUND TOURISM OF CHINESE TRAVELERS KEEPS BOOMING

Larry Brain -
For Chinese tourists, traveling abroad has become more accessible, a factor that can be attributed to increasing average income levels. The medium and long-term trend indicates a growth of the magnitu...

FERTILITY TOURISM - WHY THE CZECH REPUBLIC IS A PRIME DESTINATION

Chris Grad -
Some people go on holiday and return with souvenirs to commemorate their trip; others come back pregnant. It's a souvenir of a different kind and that's what fertility tourism is about ......
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