SPAIN’S TOURISM GROWTH SEEMS UNSTOPPABLE

Richard Moor -
Over the first nine months of this year Spain received 60.3 million foreign tourists, which is an increase of 10.1%, according to the Tourist Border Movement Survey (FRONTUR) released by the National ...

AZERBAIJAN: ARABIC TOURISTS COME IN LOWER NUMBERS

Nik Fes -
Azerbaijan is currently dealing with a decrease in interest in the country and a much lower number of tourists arriving in the country. This is especially a problem with the Arabic tourists, who repre...

OKTOBERFEST – FAMOUS BEER FESTIVAL BECOMING TOO MODERN

Gary Diskin -
Every year, approximately 6 million people visit the world famous beer festival, Oktoberfest. However, surprisingly about 71% of the visitors are from Bavaria, with 58% being from the Munich area itse...

SLOVAKIAN TOURISM MARKETING FACES LOWER BUDGET

Bill Alen -
The promotion of Slovakian tourism destinations will have to cope with lower budget. The draft budget of the state for the next year suggests lower amount of money for tourism marketing. The Transport...

FRENCH TOURISM – REVIVAL IS EXPECTED

James Morris -
At risk in 2016, French tourism ended the year with a slight improvement in hotel occupancy. The positive trend is expected to continue throughout 2017, provided that the most affluent foreign tourist...