RELIGIOUS TOURISM DEVASTATED BY COVID-19

Samuel Dorsi -
The Hajj, the largest pilgrimage in the Muslim world, has begun in Mecca, Saudi Arabia. But this year again, only a few tens of thousands of pilgrims are allowed to participate because of the pandemic ...

CANCELLATIONS AND DROP IN DEMAND IN SPANISH TOURIST REGIONS

William Law -
The surge in COVID-19 cases, the uncertainty surrounding the new restrictions both in the country and in the main tourist markets has sparked a wave of cancellations and drop in demand in the most imp ...

NO MUTUAL VACCINE RECOGNITION SLOWING DOWN INTERNATIONAL TOURISM

Gary Diskin -
Numerous vaccines against Covid-19 are available on the market. However, not all of them are equally accepted by governments around the world. And this represents a significant problem in view of the ...

UNPRECEDENTED ORDINANCE: AMSTERDAM INTRODUCES A TOURIST LIMIT

Justin N. Froyd -
Will popular European cities such as Berlin, Barcelona or Amsterdam soon be overrun by tourists again as the flow of travelers increases? Quite possibly, but the Dutch capital, in particular, is decla ...

THE UPS AND DOWNS OF TOURISM IN ARGENTINA

Andrew J. Wein -
From March to December 2020 traveling to Argentina was impossible, and from its reopening until today, trips have slowly resumed, although with restrictions and minor lockdowns. Aldo Elías, vice presi ...
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