TOURISM IN HONDURAS – NEW LAW, HOTELS, AND A CRUISE PORT

Bill Alen -
Tourism in Honduras awaits a new bill to be passed. With the approval of the Law of Incentive for Tourism more than 250,000 jobs will be generated in the next two years. Intensive development in the h...

BRAKE ON SPAIN TOURISM IN 2018: INDUSTRY GROWS LESS THAN GDP FOR THE FIRST TIME

Gary Diskin -
Spain’s tourism activity closed 2018 with a 2% increase, hitting its ninth consecutive year of growth and reaching up to 142 billion euros, right after breaking a new record which led to the creation ...

RELIGIOUS TOURISM IS ATTRACTING MORE VISITORS

Andrea Hausold -
Portugal has temples, places of worship and religious festivals, which translate into tourist routes from north to south. Faith is an essential part of the holidays of many, both Portuguese and foreig ...

MEXICO: MEDICAL TOURISM RELIES ON THE U.S.

Nik Fes -
The professional care of the Mexico’s health sector and savings of up to 80% in medical procedures could be the spark needed to ignite the industry....

WHY FOREIGN TOURISTS STAY AWAY FROM BRAZIL?

Brazil receives 6.5 million visitors a year, which is fewer than Osaka for instance in Japan. There are several reasons why there are not more foreign tourists in the country ranging from the lack of ...
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