THE RESILIENCE OF BUSINESS TOURISM IN FRANCE

Sara Thopson -
Tourism in France suffered greatly last year; especially Paris and its suburbs. The hotel industry in Ile-de-France reported that the number of overnight stays in the second quarter of 2016 fell by 10...

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...

UK TOURISM REPORTS INCREASED INTERNATIONAL VISITORS NUMBER

Samuel Dorsi -
United Kingdom is expected to end the year with 39.7 million international visitors, a record figure that represents a 6% increase over the previous year, when 37.3 million visitors were registered. A...

OMANI TOURISM CONTINUES TO INCREASE

Nik Fes -
Year after year, Oman is opening itself to international tourism. The country’s goal is to diversify its economy and with its rich history and impressive variety of landscapes, the sultanate hopes to ...

MEDICAL TOURISM IN ARGENTINA REACHING HIGHEST POSITIONS

Sara Thopson -
Medical tourism is not seasonal, it is distributed all over the year and the whole of the national territory; more than 20% of revenues go towards hotels, recreational activities and tourism agencies....