Belarus is enhancing its tourism sector also thanks to the European Union.
Global tourism flows in the January - April period are proving that tourism is still a healty sector for the economy.
Croatia is attracting investments and developing new tourism products also thanks to its Government policies.
Finland is designing new tourism strategies to attract more tourism flows.
Moldavian tourism sector could recover by designin new tourism products in the bleisure segment.
Latvian Government is investing in improving the Country's accessibility to attract more tourism flows.
An analysis on 60.000 researches underlines the preferences of tourists travelling to Veneto coasts.
Ireland has a strong leisure offer, but the business segment is growing, supported by the Government policies.
Montenegro is attracting foreign investments in the hotel sector, enhancing the capacity of its tourism supply.
18 out of 21 European Countries are registering constant or growing tourism flows.
In Hungary, attention towards new travel segment is increasing the number of international tourists.
Denmark, an emerging bleisure destination perceived as one of the safest in Europe.
Serbia aims to attract new segments through a tourism offer which proposes new travel motivation.
Europe keeps on attracting interesting investments in the hospitality field, even if the total volume decreased from 2015.
Tourism flows in Europe kept on growing in 2016, in spite of global uncertainty.