Tourism Review Online Magazine 3 / 2014

Feb 24, 2014

Dear readers

Welcome to the March issue of Tourism Review Online Magazine. In the time when the news is full of tragic stories and natural disasters the Professional supplements discusses how tourism is impacted when communities are hit by catastrophes. Environment-friendly projects of airports around the world on the other hand are the topic of the Ethical part. Explore some of the ingenious policies applied by the green airports.

China off the beaten path is presented in the Destination supplement focusing on a couple of less known yet remarkable places worth visiting. The Heritage part focuses on a couple of stunning landmarks out there that any traveler should visit. The Spa supplement however invites you to slow down and relax. Explore the best spas for stress relief. Enjoy the issue!

Milada Sovadinova



HERITAGE/ Incredible Landmarks for Discoverers

Chris Grad

- Feb 24, 2014

The world is full of remarkable places. Some of them are popular attractions, other are virtually unknown to tourists. Explore four fascinating landmarks out there ready show their beauty and magnificence.

PROFESSIONAL/ Tourism in Times of Catastrophes

Pat Hyland

- Feb 24, 2014

Tsunami, earthquake, floods – every year natural disasters destroy the lives and livelihoods of many people around the world. Some communities however are able to quickly recover and even use tourism to their benefit.

SPA/ Top Spas for De-stressing

Laura Maudlin

- Feb 24, 2014

Stress relief is the focus of many spa programs and treatments. Explore a couple of luxurious spa retreats offering not only massage and facials but also yoga and meditation.

ETHICAL/ Airports Thinking Green

Michael Trout

- Feb 24, 2014

Every year a number of airports around the world announce new measures aimed at greening their operation. Learn about some of the eco-friendly projects at the European airports, in Turkey or even Hawaii.

DESTINATION/ Exploring China – Unknown Sights

Cecilia Garland

- Feb 24, 2014

China is a vast country with diverse sights. Many destinations are crowded with curious tourists, other areas are virtually unknown to the globetrotters. A number of places that are less known however hide remarkable attractions.