CRUISE SHIP POLLUTION – UNPRECEDENTAL CONVICTION

Ashley Nault -
The captain of a giant cruise ship, the MS Azura, was convicted last Monday of using fuel oil that is much more polluting than allowed by the current legislation. This is the first conviction of this ...

SLOVENIA: EXCITING ECO-FRIENDLY DESTINATION FOR ACTIVE HOLIDAY

Dan Rang -
One of the most exciting aspects of traveling is discovering hidden gems. Heading to a place you never really considered going can make for an unforgettable vacation. It is, after all, a great big wor...

2018 TRENDS OF THE EU TOURISM

Ashley Nault -
The European Tourism Commission recently presented its annual report titled “European tourism – trends and prospects for 2018”. In general, there was a 7% increase in international tourists for EU tou...

TOURISM IN EGYPT TO DIVERSIFY THE OFFER AFTER YEARS OF INSTABILITY

Nik Fes -
Egypt’s economy is heavily dependent on tourism. After the uprising against the then president Mubarak in 2011, the subsequent political unrest, and Islamic terror attacks, the number of foreign guest...

BREXIT: THE IMPACT ON EU TOURISM

Ashley Nault -
The British Parliament's vote on the Brexit agreement negotiated by Theresa May's government with Brussels was due to take place on 11 December and has been postponed. If this draft is rejected by MEP...
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