GAMBIA TOURISM TO KICK START THE ECONOMYv

Joe McClain -
After a difficult political alternation, preceded by several years of authoritarian governance, the new Gambian authorities aim to give new impetus to the country's economy, with the priority of makin...

CHINESE TRAVELERS ARE YOUNG, RICH, AND CONNECTED

James Morris -
Italy is one of the most popular destinations among Chinese tourists. It is also the travel destination where Chinese citizens spend the most, with an average of 918 euros per head. This emerges from ...

HARD BREXIT CONSEQUENCES FOR THE TRAVELERS

Anna Luebke -
UK is expected to leave the European Union on March 29th this year and all indications point towards the so-called ‘hard’ Brexit, with no deal with the EU, rather than a ‘soft’ solution. This would po...

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...

BRUSSELS: STRATEGY AGAINST THE TRANSIT TOURISM

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Tourists come to Brussels to enjoy its historical heritage, taste the legendary Belgian beer or discover the European institutions. However, the city does not seem to attract long-stay tourism: most v...