AMSTERDAM TOURISM AUTHORITIES FACE IMPROPER BEHAVIOR OF TOURISTS

Gary Diskin -
Amsterdam tourism authorities are displeased with numerous incidents of locals complaining about the behavior of tourists in the city center. Many times, the visitors are drunk, noisy, and messy. The ...

OVERTOURISM: TOURISMOPHOBIA AND TOURISTOPHOBIA, SAME FIGHT?

Richard Moor -
How can we explain why the cases of Barcelona, Venice and Dubrovnik are so exemplary? According to the Top 100 City Destinations Ranking WTM published by Euromonitor International, Barcelona is only 2...

ITALIAN TOURISM INDUSTRY NEEDS RESTRUCTURING

Nik Fes -
In 2000, Italy was worth 5.8% of the world’s tourist expenditure. Today, the country is at 3%. In the next ten years, if strategies do not change, it will drop to 2.1% of the global tourist GDP, place...

TOURISM IN AFRICA IS GROWING THE MOST

Ashley Nault -
Tourism in Africa has been dynamically growing. 300 million international tourist arrivals were recorded in the months of July and August 2017, according to the World Tourism Barometer, which is a re...

SPAIN: TOURISM DEMAND SLOWS DOWN

Alec Hills -
The recovery of Turkey and Egypt, and the weakness of the British outbound market will continue to slow down the international tourism demand in Spain in the following months....
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