After years of political instability and challenges, Bosnia and Herzegovina’s tourism sector started to recover, also thanks to an increasingly active tourism promotional system.
2017 was a record year for Albania, which welcomed more than 5 million of international tourists.
Norway is in the top 5 destinations for arctic explorations, skiing, whale watching and hot thermal springs.
The Slovenian Tourist Board is promoting the Country as a green destination in order to attract more tourists.
Bulgaria focuses on cooperation with other tourism destinations to attract investments and enhance the tourism sector.
In China, companies operating in the bike sharing sector are receiving several investment rounds.
Croatia is attracting investments and developing new tourism products also thanks to its Government policies.
Latvian Government is investing in improving the Country's accessibility to attract more tourism flows.
Montenegro is attracting foreign investments in the hotel sector, enhancing the capacity of its tourism supply.
Europe keeps on attracting interesting investments in the hospitality field, even if the total volume decreased from 2015.
Portugal tourism industry is investing in accomodation a international cooperation.