MEDITERRANEAN TOURISM EXPECTS 420 MILLION VISITORS BY 2020

Richard Moor -
The Mediterranean has become the main tourist zone of the world with 32% of international arrivals and 30% of revenues, according to conclusions reached during the 3rd edition of the Mediterranean Res...

ITALY TO FOCUS MORE ON MEDICAL TOURISM

Anna Luebke -
After food, culture, fashion and design, health is another candidate to become one of the distinctive features of Made in Italy. The goal is to make Italy a top destination of medical tourism. ...

DARK FORECASTS FULFILLED – CORONAVIRUS PARALYZED TOURISM

Andrea Hausold -
Whether in Italy or Asia, holidaymakers and business people are cancelling their bookings by the dozens as the corona spreads. For the paralyzed tourism industry the virus could become a financial dis...

COTE D'IVOIRE TOURISM ANNOUNCES ITS AMBITIONS

Richard Moor -
In the red during the decade of socio-political and military crisis (2002-2011), Ivoire tourism regains a strong pace since 2014. The contribution of the sector reached 7.5% of GDP in 2016 and accordi...

THE SWISS HOTEL INDUSTRY IS NOT AFRAID OF BREXIT

Andrew J. Wein -
Brexit does not disturb the Swiss hotel industry, nor the tourism authorities: loyal and enthusiastic British customers are expected to continue to flock to the Swiss Alps, particularly thanks to the ...