THE WAR IN UKRAINE RUINS THE TOURIST SEASON IN TURKEY

Denise Chen -
The Turkish tourism sector, which accounts for 5% of the country's GDP, has been hit hard by the war on the other side of the Black Sea. Russia and Ukraine are among the main source countries of its t ...

JAPANESE TOURISTS SHOW GROWING INTEREST IN FRENCH DESTINATIONS

Tomas Haupt -
The number of tourists coming from Japan to France is set to grow from 1.1 million in 2019 to 1.3 million in 2023, increasing at a compound annual growth rate of 4.6%, according to the analysis of Glo ...

TUNISIAN TOURISM TARGETS 9 MILLION TOURISTS

William Law -
The record of 9 million tourists is still the target of Tunisian Tourism Minister, René Trabelsi. In the meantime, the results reported are in line with the forecasts so far. At the end of last Septem ...

ARAB TOURISM SAVED THE SUMMER SEASON IN ISTANBUL

The glass can look half full or half empty for Turkish tourism, but one thing is certain. The gigantic Istanbul airport, untimely inaugurated nine months before the pandemic, was visibly designed for ...

SUCCESS! CRIMEA’S TOURISM BUSINESSES REJOICE OVER THE RETURN OF RUSSIAN GUESTS

Nils Kraus -
Just about two weeks ago, Crimea opened up to tourists from other Russian regions and the occupancy rate of hotels has already reached 95-100%, according to the Minister of tourism of Crimea, Vadim Vo ...