RELAXING OITA: A 2-DAY TRIP FROM TOKYO

Lisa Wallin -
When Japanese people want to relax, they will likely go to an onsen (hot spring). Japan boasts an incredible number of hot spring resorts, and one very popular location for them is Oita Prefecture in ...

GREEK REAL ESTATE MARKET PUSHES THE TOURISM INDUSTRY TOWARDS GROWTH

Nik Fes -
The Greek tourism industry hurries from one success to another. Since 2012, the visitor numbers have almost doubled – to 30 million. Adding to this cruise passengers who land in Greek ports, it is eve ...

FRENCH TOURISM NEGATIVELLY AFFECTED BY YELLOW VESTS

Samuel Dorsi -
French tourism businesses feel the impact of the recent demonstrations. After the mixed results of Christmas, French hoteliers reported only partly booked rooms for the New Year, as foreign tourists, ...

RIVER CRUISES: A NON-INVASIVE TOURISM SEGMENT WELCOMED BY MANY DESTINATIONS

Gary Diskin -
River cruises tourism model has gotten rid of the two misconceptions that stained its image: first, it has nothing to do with maritime cruises; and second, it is not only for people over 50 years old, ...

BOLIVIA: IN SEARCH FOR TOURIST RECOGNITION

Michael Trout -
According to a recent study, Bolivia is not among the five most attractive destinations in the continent. The country plans to change it to achieve some tourist recognition. ...
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