TOURISM IN SENEGAL - THE GREAT LEAP FORWARD

Theodore Slate -
Placing Senegal among the top 5 African tourist destinations with 3 million visitors per year by 2023 is the government’s objective. The authorities are more than ever focused on tourism in Senegal (1 ...

FIRST INTERNATIONAL TOURISM ACADEMY TO OPEN IN PORTUGAL

Samuel Dorsi -
Set to open in 2023, the Portuguese city of Estoril announced opening the first International Tourism Academy certified by the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO). It will house a training center for t ...

TRAVEL SHOCK AND MORE TROUBLES AHEAD FOR BRITISH TOURISTS

Vanderlei J. Pollack -
Brexit, i.e. the UK leaving the European Union, has been delayed twice already, causing a lot of uncertainty across the old continent. Amid this chaotic state of affairs, the tourism industry is also ...

GERMANS TRAVEL A LOT, NO MATTER THEIR AGE

Germans like traveling – no matter if they are young or in senior age. More than a half of the population consider travel an important aspect of their lives. As shown by a study by Allianz Partners, 5 ...

PROTESTS IMPACT HONG KONG’S TOURISM INDUSTRY

Tomas Haupt -
The wave of protests in Hong Kong is affecting tourism in the former British colony. Experts mainly highlight the impact on air traffic and hotel revenues, as reported by the local press last week. ...
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