TOURISM SECTOR IN ANGOLA NEEDS MORE SUSTAINABILITY

Alec Hills -
Experts argue that the tourism sector in Angola has been facing several difficulties. More investments and the establishment of policies capable of attracting credible partnerships are some of the pre...

SPAIN: AIRBNB SEEMS IMMUNE TO TOURISM SLOW DOWN

Pat Hyland -
Airbnb is immune to the most recent tourism slowdown in Spain. The rental platform has not seen a drop in foreign visitors during the summer and has increased once again the number of visitors in the ...

TOURIST SPENDING IN SPAIN WENT UP

Dan Rang -
Spain has increased its record of visitors with high purchasing power by 26%, but it still is only half the amount of the most exclusive visitors other destinations receive. The overall tourist spendi...

VIENNA TOURISM TURNS TO LUXURY INSTEAD OF LOW-COST

Samuel Dorsi -
Vienna tourism wants to move away from mass tourism in the future. Low-cost airlines are no longer advertised. In return, luxury travelers and congress tourists should generate more turnover - and tra...

HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY IN ANDALUSIA IS GROWING WHILE EMPLOYMENT GOES DOWN

Denise Chen -
The number of visitors coming to Andalusia increased by 13% between 2008 and 2016, accompanied by an increase of 16.5% in the number of overnight stays, two indicators of growth for the Andalusian hos...
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