OVER-TOURISM IN THE EYES OF THE EUROPEAN CITY TOURISM STUDY

Nik Fes -
The crowded La Rambla in Barcelona, mega-cruisers in front of the Doge’s Palace in Venice – you know the pictures. “Cities are becoming victims of their own success. That is irresponsible and really n ...

CATALAN TOURISM PLAN LAUNCHED TO INCREASE TOURIST EXPENDITURE

Justin N. Froyd -
David Font, director of the Catalan Tourist Board (CBT), introduced the Tourism Marketing Plan 2018-2022, whose main objective is for Catalonia to become one of the top three tourist destinations in E ...

TOURISM IN SRI LANKA HARMED BY POLITICAL SITUATION

Kevin Eagan -
Sri Lanka's tourism industry is beginning to suffer the consequences of the political crisis in the middle of the tourist season. The uncertainty leads to cancellations by leisure tourists and busines ...

TUNISIA: TOURISM REVENUE UP 40.5% OVER ELEVEN MONTHS IN 2018

Bill Alen -
Tunisian tourism revenue continues to rise. The sector's income amounted to 3.7 billion dinars (1.23 billion dollars) during the first eleven months of 2018, an amount up 40.5% compared to the same pe ...

TURKEY RETURNING BACK TO THE TOURISM FOREGROUND

Tomas Haupt -
After two particularly weak years, tourists are once again returning to Turkey. While more than 37 million people entered Turkey as tourists last year, more than 40 million are expected this year, acc ...
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