TOURISM IN ROME: MORE ARRIVALS BUT SHORTER STAYS

Kevin Eagan -
According to data from Ente Bilaterale Turismo del Lazio, between March and April, the number of tourists who stayed in the Italian capital was 4.3% higher than in 2019. More than 2 million and 300 th ...

RAPID TOURISM GROWTH IN MOROCCO

Pat Hyland -
The summer season in Morocco will be fantastic, with the tourism sector recovering significantly. The Ministry of Tourism, Handicrafts, and Social and Solidarity Economy recently released a statement ...

PORTUGUESE TOURISM SCHOOLS ATTRACT MORE INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

Nils Kraus -
Portuguese tourism schools attract more and more foreigners. This academic year, it is estimated that there will be an increase of about 20% in the number of international students enrolled in the net ...

THAILAND TO RELAX CROSS-BORDER ENTRY RULES AS OF JUNE

Samuel Dorsi -
Thailand plans to further relax its cross-border entry rules for double-vaccinated tourists, probably starting in June. Then, the current model requiring PCR tests before departure and after arrival, ...

HOTELS IN LOMBARDY ARE SOLD OUT

Larry Brain -
Lombardy has reported a successful summer season with a desirable return from Chinese tourists. Hotel occupancy in Como and Lake Garda is 83% and 81%, respectively. Milan was also full, with luxury ho ...