CAMBODIA: ARCHEOLOGICAL SITE THREATENED BY MASS TOURISM

Andrew J. Wein -
The temples of Angkor Wat in Cambodia are among the most beautiful and popular archaeological sites in the world. Five million tourists visit the place every year. Overcrowding however, has dramatic c...

MOROCCAN TOURISM: FOREIGN EXCHANGE EARNINGS TO REACH A RECORD HIGH

Nils Kraus -
From January to the end of July, Moroccan tourism foreign exchange earnings totaled 34.4 billion DH versus 32.9 billion DH for the same period in 2016. According to the authorities, this growth will c...

RUSSIAN FAR-EAST: VISA-FREE REGIME FOR CHINESE TOURISTS?

Nik Fes -
Chinese tourists are travelling all around the world and many countries are realizing the potential of the possible inflow from the Far East. As a result, many countries are relaxing or even cancellin...

AUSTRIA’S TOURISM GROWING AT SLOWER PACE

Andrew J. Wein -
Austria's tourism industry continues to grow, but will not be able to match the record growth of the past, predicts UniCredit Bank Austria in its current industry report. The summer season was highly ...

MUNICH: SIDE EFFECT OF THE MEDICAL TOURISM SUCCESS

Nik Fes -
Medical tourism in Munich is booming, but on the other hand, the living space is shrinking. The city of Munich is fighting against misappropriation, but is it successful? In some parts of the city the...
4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13