EGYPT’S TOURISM IN REVIVAL WITH A NEW E-VISA ON THE WAY

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Over the last five years, Egypt’s tourism industry has been stagnating due to a series of misfortunes ranging from fierce competition between locals to major airline disasters to terrorist attacks, an...

PANAMA’S TOURISM INJECTED MILLIONS INTO LOCAL ECONOMY

Nils Kraus -
In 2018, the Panama received US$4,605 million in expenditure incurred by visitors, which represents a 3.3% increase in comparison to 2017, according to the Panama Tourism Authority (ATP, in Spanish)....

CAMBODIA: ARCHEOLOGICAL SITE THREATENED BY MASS TOURISM

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The temples of Angkor Wat in Cambodia are among the most beautiful and popular archaeological sites in the world. Five million tourists visit the place every year. Overcrowding however, has dramatic c...

AUSTRIAN TOURISM REPORTS A MONTH OF DECLINE

Samuel Dorsi -
Austrian tourism has suffered a decline in overnight stays in this winter season. Mainly foreign guests are staying away this year....

MEDICAL TOURISM IN MEXICO GENERATE SIGNIFICANT REVENUES

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Around 1.2 million travelers from different parts of the world go to Mexico to undergo medical procedures that cost twice as much in their countries of origin or are not covered by their insurance....
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