Putting a destination on the forefront of the tourism scene - Part 1

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Published on 06/09/22 - Updated on 07/10/22

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Being a trendy destination is the greatest challenge facing the organisations in charge of promoting tourism in a territory. Because when you talk about trends, you talk about the number of tourists and the resulting economic benefits for the destinations in question. However, in the era of social networks, it is increasingly difficult to gain a place in the spotlight given the number of competitors. So how do you stand out and attract the favour of travellers at a time when international tourism is picking up again after two years of ups and downs? It is not a question of drowning your territory under hordes of tourists, but of having a firm grip on the activity in order to de-seasonalise it and redistribute the flows.

Bringing back tourists If tourism has not completely stopped over the last two years, it has nevertheless slowed down with the numerous restrictions put in place. But this period seems to be over with the recovery of international tourism in 2022 confirmed by the UNWTO. The tourist destinations are...

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