FOREIGN TOURISTS BOOST FRENCH TOURISM

Vanderlei J. Pollack -
Tourist numbers in France remained buoyant in the first quarter of 2018, recording a 7.4% year-on-year increase in the number of overnight stays, thanks to the Ile-de-France region. It is mainly forei...

DUBAI TOURISM BOARD TARGETING AFRICAN CLIENTS

Samuel Dorsi -
After having established itself as a leading destination for business tourism and luxury, the emirate of Dubai mostly targets the wealthier clientele. A new Dubai tourism strategy has been put in plac...

ITALIAN TOURISM FACES A LOW-COST FEVER

Vanderlei J. Pollack -
Rome remains the undisputed capital of Italian tourism with nearly 20 million arrivals and 40 million attendances per year. But it is also becoming more and more the capital of low-cost tourists and b...

SENIOR TOURISM IN ARGENTINA EXPECTED TO BOOM

Nils Kraus -
Senior tourism in Argentina is likely to get booming thanks to a new project. Over the next two years, retirees and pensioners traveling on Aerolíneas Argentinas will receive a discount of 30% for 36 ...

BULGARIAN TOURISM INDUSTRY BOOMING BUT LACKS STAFF

Sara Thopson -
Attractive beaches, sold out hotels, rich history. Bulgarian tourism is booming. Vacationers feel safe. The industry is hoping for a successful season....
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