CUBA REPORTS SHARP DECLINE IN TOURISM REVENUES

Nils Kraus -
US tourism in Cuba recovered in June after a sharp decline in tourism revenues that lasted several months, motivated by the increase in cruise ship travels. Cruise travel is a segment that has emerged ...

CHINESE OUTBOUND TOURISM GROWS 13.5% THANKS TO PERSONALIZED PACKAGES

Sara Thopson -
This summer, China's outbound tourism has grown 13.5%, encouraged by the demand for personalized travel packages, according to data submitted by the Chinese Outbound Tourism Research Institute (COTRI) ...

THE VENICE SIMPLON ORIENT EXPRESS - RELIVING THE GOLDEN AGE OF RAIL TRAVEL

Gary Diskin -
Redolent of deco-age glamour, the Venice Simplon Orient Express is the luxury train par excellence. If you pine for the days when ladies and gentlemen dressed for dinner and travel was still an extrav ...

THE UK TO BRING IN HOLIDAY SICKNESS CLAIM REGULATIONS

Tomas Haupt -
If you’re from the UK, you may have heard of the new regulations governing sickness claims that came into effect last month. Legal regulations will impose a limit on legal fees for the first time - ju ...

HOW THE TOURISM BOOM MIGHT BECOME A PROBLEM FOR LISBON

Vanderlei J. Pollack -
Portugal has been breaking records in tourism in the recent months. In 2017, total overnight stays exceeded 57 million and hotel revenues exceeded 2500 million euros. The tourism boom however is becom ...
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