FIRST INTERNATIONAL TOURISM ACADEMY TO OPEN IN PORTUGAL

Samuel Dorsi -
Set to open in 2023, the Portuguese city of Estoril announced opening the first International Tourism Academy certified by the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO). It will house a training center for t...

RED TOURISM GAINING MOMENTUM IN RUSSIA

Cecilia Garland -
The revolution, communism, Chinese history of the 20th century - these are the highlights of red tourism in China. A growing number of Chinese tourists participate in tours depicting the communist pa...

TOP 5 AIRPORT TRENDS IN 2018

Nik Fes -
Airports have gone through a lot of development in modern history. Traditionally and practically, they were transitional points. However, recently they are being transformed into attractions to satisf...

U.S. TOURISM IN CUBA CONTINUES TO GROW DESPITE SANCTIONS

Joe McClain -
Cuban media have published new data on the inflow of American tourists to the island. According to the statistics, about 620 thousand Americans visited Cuba, despite the tightened U.S. sanctions. This...

ESTONIAN TOURISM BENEFITS FROM RUSSIAN AND FINNISH INTEREST

Chris Grad -
In 2016, 2 million foreign visitors boosted Estonian tourism industry. Most travelers came from Finland, Russia and Latvia, according to the Estonian Centre of Tourism Development with reference to th...
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10