CLIMATE CHANGE – A THREAT TO TOURISM IN SPAIN

Cecilia Garland -
Climate change is having a stronger impact on Spain than in most European nations. Drinking water is scarce and coasts recede. Some experts in the country already see tourism at risk....

PORTUGUESE TOURISM PARADOX – OVERNIGHT STAYS UP, WAGES DOWN

Gregory Dolgos -
The amount of overnight stays in Portuguese hotels in 2016 increased, the number of guests increased, the occupancy rate increased, the revenues increased. The average wages of the hotel staff, howeve...

CATALONIA TOURISM GREW BY 5.5%

James Morris -
Despite the terrorist attack last August and the political situation, Catalonia tourism resists. According to the Barcelona authorities the city welcomed 3.2% more hotel guests over the first 11 month...

TOURISM IN ICELAND BOOMING, BUT FACES OVERTOURISM

Anna Luebke -
Since 2010, the number of tourists in Iceland has increased fivefold. The sector has become the most important foreign exchange earner. The rapid increase in tourism in Iceland, however, has its side ...

ALGERIAN TOURISM FACES SEVERAL PROBLEMS

Kevin Eagan -
A coastline of over 1,600 kilometers, an ancient city (Djemila) in the Highlands at Setif, a breath-taking canyon (Ghoufi) in the Aures, the majestic Mount Assekrem in Tamanrasset and much more. At fi...
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