ALGERIAN TOURISM FACES SEVERAL PROBLEMS

Kevin Eagan -
A coastline of over 1,600 kilometers, an ancient city (Djemila) in the Highlands at Setif, a breath-taking canyon (Ghoufi) in the Aures, the majestic Mount Assekrem in Tamanrasset and much more. At fi...

CHINESE TRAVELERS ARE CHANGING THEIR TRAVEL BEHAVIOR

Daniel A. Tanner -
Chinese people have been traveling in greater numbers. The latest development in Chinese Economy has impacted its dynamic growth and now China is an important source market for Asian as well as Europe...

FOREIGN TOURISTS IN COLOGNE DECREASED IN NUMBERS

Bill Alen -
While Germany reports new records in terms of tourism, the number of tourists in Cologne declined sharply at the turn of the year. The main reason were the New Year’s Eve gang assaults on women that s...

MEXICO: FOREIGN TOURISTS COME IN GREATER NUMBERS

Richard Moor -
More than 22.9 million of foreign tourists traveled to Mexico from January to July representing an increase of 12 percent compared to last year according to the Bank of México (BdeM)....

SPAIN: AIRBNB SEEMS IMMUNE TO TOURISM SLOW DOWN

Pat Hyland -
Airbnb is immune to the most recent tourism slowdown in Spain. The rental platform has not seen a drop in foreign visitors during the summer and has increased once again the number of visitors in the ...
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