PORTUGAL HAS 200 NEW HOTELS SINCE 2015

Joe McClain -
The Portuguese hotel market’s supply continues to grow at a good pace. Only in this year’s first half, 40 new licenses for new hotel projects have been accepted....

COTE D'IVOIRE TOURISM ANNOUNCES ITS AMBITIONS

Richard Moor -
In the red during the decade of socio-political and military crisis (2002-2011), Ivoire tourism regains a strong pace since 2014. The contribution of the sector reached 7.5% of GDP in 2016 and accordi...

CHILEAN TOURISM AUTHORITIES INTRODUCE NEW PLACES OF INTEREST

Dan Rang -
After several months of work, the Committee of Tourism Ministers declared the regions of Lonquimay, the Chiloé Archipelago, Torres del Paine, and Cape Horn as places of interest, adding these to the 3...

TOURISM IN ASIA TURNS TO SUSTAINABILITY

Daniel A. Tanner -
According to the sixth annual MasterCard Cities Index, published last September, the city of Bangkok is currently major city destination, as determined by international tourist arrivals. According to ...

TOURISM IN ALGERIA: THE NUMBER OF TOURISTS TO DOUBLE

Denise Chen -
Minister of tourism in Algeria announced his plan to substantially increase the number of tourists. 4.4 million international tourists are expected in Algeria by 2027, in contrast to 2.4 million today...
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