CAN HONG KONG’S TOURISM HALT BENEFIT SINGAPORE?

Bill Alen -
While Hong Kong recently announced that it would allow transit passengers again in June, the situation is very different for entry tourists, who are not allowed to enter the city-state for another thr ...

OTAS’ INCREASED INFLUENCE TO GROW EVEN MORE IN THE POST-CORONAVIRUS ERA

Booking platforms. Both a blessing and a curse. They charge high fees, require hotels to offer the best price guarantee and in some cases force them to sign contracts. But without the booking platform ...

SPAIN: TOURISM LOSSES SURPASS 7.1 BILLION AND THREATEN TRADE SURPLUS Video

Theodore Slate -
Spain has announced its plan to gradually open borders to tourists from countries deemed the safest in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic, starting from June 22, according to a spokesman for the ...

TUNISIAN TOURISM REJOICES OVER REOPENING THE COUNTRY’S BORDERS

Tomas Haupt -
The Tunisian government announced the opening of its land, air and sea borders to travelers as of June 27. These had been closed since the middle of March in order to cope with the coronavirus pandemi ...

VENICE SEEKS NEW PATHS FOR TOURISM Video

Tomas Haupt -
Signposts like "Do not sit down", "Respect for Venice" or "Priority for Venetians" are from old times. Times when Venice was still discussing the restrictions for tourists. Now, Venice seeks new paths ...