COTE D'IVOIRE TOURISM ANNOUNCES ITS AMBITIONS

Richard Moor -
In the red during the decade of socio-political and military crisis (2002-2011), Ivoire tourism regains a strong pace since 2014. The contribution of the sector reached 7.5% of GDP in 2016 and accordi ...

MIAMI TOURISM AND BUILDINGS ARE GOING GREEN

Nik Fes -
If one thinks of environmental friendliness and green initiatives, the U.S. don’t usually come to mind right away. But the shimmering metropolis of Miami wants to get greener – and it has something to ...

GERMANS PERCEIVE ONLY FEW DESTINATIONS AS SAFE TO TRAVEL

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Many conventional travel destinations suffer from the consequences of terror and conflict. Germans only feel safe in Europe but even Spain has lost popularity. ...

TOURISM IN PARIS NAMES 2017 A RECORD-BREAKING YEAR

Andrew J. Wein -
After the year of 2016 that was heavily impacted by the repercussions of the terrorist attacks of 2015 and 2016, tourism in Paris returns in 2017 to positive numbers. ...

SAO TOME AND PRINCIPE PLANS TO DEVELOP TOURISM

James Morris -
The small archipelago of Central Africa in the heart of the Gulf of Guinea is home to the republic of Sao Tome and Principe. The authorities announced that they want to see beyond their limited econom ...
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