Tourism Review Online Magazine 8 / 2013

Aug 26, 2013

Dear readers

At the end of the summer Tourism Review is pleased to present the September issue of TR online magazine. Past few months witnessed revolutionary changes in a number of countries. Open the Professional part discussing the impact of revolutions and conflicts on tourism. The Heritage supplement on the other hand presents several sites and monuments of immense historical value that are seriously endangered.

The Transport part answers the question – what airline is the most successful this year – while also focusing on the challenges of the airline business. If you are still looking for some tips for lovely holiday open the Destination part and let us invite you to a place rich in culture and history – Saxony. Those of you who seek relaxation and pampering should go straight to the Spa supplement presenting the best historical spas around Europe. Enjoy the issue!

Milada Sovadinova



HERITAGE/ Endangered Historical Sites

Gregory Dolgos

- Aug 26, 2013

The world is full of beautiful places ready to be explored by heritage lovers of any kind. However, lack of finances, unwise urban plans and neglect have led in many cases to gradual decay of many valuable sites. Learn about some of the most endangered monuments and places around the world.

PROFESSIONAL/ Tourism and War Conflicts

Gary Diskin

- Aug 26, 2013

Even the most adventurous tourists avoid war-torn countries. Lebanon, Egypt and Turkey all recorded dramatic drop in tourist numbers in recent months. Is there any hope for the industry in these regions?

SPA/ European Spa Cities – Healthy and Spectacular

Vanderlei J. Pollack

- Aug 26, 2013

Most spa goers are well aware of the unique healing properties of the mineral springs scattered all around Europe. Learn about the Route of Historic Thermal Towns, explore Franzensbad and Baden just to get the taste of all the historical spas ready to welcome you.

DESTINATION/ Saxony – Home of Richard Wagner

Andrea Hausold

- Aug 26, 2013

Saxony is well known as a perfect destination for history buffs and cultural tourists. This year however the state celebrates Richard Wagner year attracting thousands of visitors. Discover remarkable museums, palaces as well as spas and rivers.