EGYPTIAN TOURISM SUFFERS DUE TO THE LATEST ATTACK

Ashley Nault -
Last week, two Coptic Orthodox churches in Alexandria and in Tanta were targeted by two attacks by Daesh. These attacks, which killed 44 people and injured over 120 people, are likely to stifle the ti...

CRUISE TOURISM IN EUROPE HAD A SUCCESSFUL YEAR

Joe McClain -
Cruise tourism in Europe is expected to be on rise in the coming years despite global economic austerity measures, according to Pierfrancesco Vago, Chairman of CLIA Europe and Executive Chairman of MS...

THE END OF EXPERIENTIAL TOURISM

Ashley Nault -
Experiential tourism has died. Causes of death: overdose and abuse of the term. In fact, the concept was misused from the start. We have been looking at the finger – the experiences – instead of looki...

TOURISM INITIATIVES TO FIGHT FOOD WASTAGE

Theodore Slate -
Food wastage is a growing problem around the world. According to FAO, the UN Food and Agriculture Organization, one-third of the food produced in the world is ultimately wasted. The tourism industry i...

WINE TOURISM BRINGS 15.20% GREATER REVENUE TO SPAIN

Nils Kraus -
The volume of business generated by wineries and museums forming part of the Wine Routes of Spain has reached 49 million euros, representing an increase of 15.20%. These are the findings of the 2015 w...