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Overtourism

Overcrowding, incivility, depletion of resources and inhabitants, deterioration of the visitor experience... tourism would, for some destinations, be a source of unrest felt all too frequently by loca...

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As big as Corsica and unknown twenty years ago, the emirate is investing massively to grow its reputation worldwide and become a leading tourist destination in the region. Mirage or future reality? A ...

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Europe

The Old Continent remains the first in terms of global hotel supply. However, this should be tempered by a slight increase in its hotel fleet, due in particular to more frequent renovations.

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Geneva

Geneva is one of the world's most important financial centres, and is also the city that hosts the world's most international organizations.

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Chamonix-Mont-Blanc

The Chamonix-Mont-Blanc valley, located in Upper Savoy, in the Auvergne Rhône-Alpes region welcomes nearly 2.5 million visitors every year. Geneva airport is within an hour's drive of the station and ...

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Andalusia

The large tourist resorts of Andalusia are concentrated on the coastlines of the provinces of Malaga, Granada and Almeria, in the Guadalquivir valley and in Granada itself.

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Austria

Tourism is a very important activity for Austria and plays a decisive role in its economic growth. Thus, the sector accounts for 7.4% of GDP and 9.2% of the active population.

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Latin America

After a few years of significant growth, the Latin American continent is now experiencing weaker growth, with only 2% increase in supply from 2016 to 2017, below the world average.

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Asia-Pacific

The Asia-Pacific region has been the driving force behind global hotel growth for several years now. In 2017, with nearly 10% supply growth compared to 2016, the area once again broke records

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Turku

Turku is on on the southwest coast of Finland and has a population of 187,564 as of December 31, 2016 Corporate operated chain supply gathered 1,421 rooms as of January 1, 2017.

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Leipzig

Largest city in Saxony, before Dresden in terms of population (more than 550,000), Leipzig is a historic merchant city. The city appeals to many companies which are attracted by its dynamism and low r...

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Utrecht

One of the oldest cities in the Netherlands, Utrecht is the fourth most populated city in the country and is located close to the geographic center of Holland. The city’s main activity sectors are fin...

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Eindhoven

The urban area of Eindhoven is home to high-tech companies, and the city benefits from its geographic location near other Dutch and European gateway cities.

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Vilnius

Vilnius has a population of 554,192 in 2011. Its city center, inscribed on the UNESCO list is one of the main visitor attraction.

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Sofia

The capital Sofia is not the top destination in Bulgaria: located on the western end of the country, it primarily relies on business demand that accounts for less than 20% of international arrivals...

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Riga

Biggest city among the Baltic countries with a declining population of 715,978 (909,135 in 1990), Riga is visited notably because of its historic center which is an UNESCO site. As of January 1, 20...

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Seville

Capital of Andalusia, Seville is an important centre for business and services in the south of the peninsula, with its rich historic past at the crossroads for Eastern and Western cultures.

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Rotterdam

Rotterdam, the first port in Europe and in the Top 3 worldwide, is the second Dutch city in terms of business tourism.

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Budapest

Guests are mostly German, Russian, British, Czech or Italian, and Budapest enjoys a steady increase in international arrivals. Thanks to the development of low cost flights, Budapest hosts more and...

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Bucharest

Bucharest is starting to attract foreign tourists and consequently to emerge on the European tourism scene. Tourists take advantage of low prices applied in the city compared to its major neighborin...

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Malmö

Malmö had a population of 314 107 in January 1, 2014 and is located in the prosperous region of Öresund which also includes Copenhagen.

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Gothenburg

The Gothenburg area gathered more than 900,000 people. As of January 1, 2017 the corporate chain supply reached 9,469 rooms in 25 hotels.

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Trondheim

Trondheim has a population of 181 513 in 2015 and was the capital of Norway during the Viking Age until 1217. As of January 1, 2017 corporate operated chain supply gathered 3,441 rooms.

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Stavanger

Located on the Stavanger Peninsula in Southwest Norway, Stavanger has a population of 130,745 as of January 1, 2012. It has become a popular tourist destination, especially in summer, notably beca...

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Bergen

On the Norwegian west coast, the second largest city in the country is an center for shipping and higher education.

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Liège

Liege, with a population of 200,000 in the city and 700,000 in the metropolitan area, is the first hotel market in the Walloon region.

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Bruges

Located in the Flemish region, Bruges is a very touristic town thanks to its belfries and canals that earned it its nickname "Venice of the North".

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Ghent

Ghent with its agglomeration, located in the Flemish region, has more than 455,000 inhabitants. The city offers cultural tourism with its various possibilities to explore the city: the Museum of Moder...

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Hanover

The capital of Lower Saxony, in the north-west of Germany, is a dynamic city with 520,000 inhabitants boasting the largest Exhibition center in the world.

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Düsseldorf

A prime destination for business and MICE events, Düsseldorf enjoys a better economic situation than many of its neighbors in the Ruhr region.

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Dresden

Capital city of the Free State of Saxony and a major tourist hub in eastern Germany, Dresden is one of the most dynamic cities located within the borders of the former GDR, at the center of an urban a...

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Stuttgart

The capital and largest city of the German state of Baden-Württemberg is one of Europe’s major automotive hubs. Stuttgart and its tourism benefit from significant economic dynamism.

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