CHINESE TOURISTS SPEND MORE IN GERMANY

Richard Moor -
Chinese tourists in Germany spend on average 513 euros per day in Munich, which is more than the Arab visitors (367 euros), according to a recent survey by the Bavarian Trade Association. Visitors fro...

TRUMP POLICIES NEGATIVELY AFFECT U.S. TOURISM

Nik Fes -
April 29 will mark the first 100 days of Donald Trump’s presidency. The 45th US president has not been wasting time, issuing many executive orders, and introducing policies that have been widely consi...

LGBT TOURISM IN BRAZIL GROWS 11% - ABOVE THE SECTOR’S AVERAGE

Justin N. Froyd -
Showing results that are more significant than the industry’s average, the LGBT tourism in Brazil presents itself as one of the sectors with the greatest development potential. ...

THE MOST VALUED SERVICES BY HOTELS’ GUESTS

Laura Loss -
Tourism is an industry in constant development and evolution, and to a great extent, this dynamic of change is thanks to travelers. Travelers and hotels’ guests have seen how their needs varied, how t...

DIGITAL REVOLUTION TO CHANGE BUSINESS TOURISM MASSIVELY

Nik Fes -
The ongoing digital revolution is not only changing the business tourism segment – it is already profoundly intervening in all processes. This is the key outcome of the GBTA Conference 2017, the large...