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- 169. UNWTO International Conference on Tourism and the Media
Focusing on the people behind the tourism numbers and maintaining an honest and open relationship with the media are among the main recommendations to emerge from discussions between media representatives and tourism officials who attended the first UNWTO International Conference on Tourism and the Media (12-13 September, Zagreb, Croatia).
- 170. UNWTO to Discuss Mega Events at WTM in London
The eighth edition of the UNWTO/World Travel Market (WTM) Ministersí Summit will gather Tourism Ministers and leading tourism experts from all over the world to debate the key issues around tourism and mega events on 4 November 2014 in London.
- 171. UNWTO Congress to Debate Future of Snow and Mountain Tourism
UNWTO Congress to Debate Future of Snow and Mountain Tourism. Mountain resort professionals, from the Alps to the Rockies, as well as Asian destinations including the Republic of Korea, will debate how snow and mountain destinations can respond to current and future challenges, while remaining competitive and sustainable, at the 7th World Congress on Snow and Mountain Tourism (Gren
- 172. Europe and Asia Pacific Drive Tourism Growth; Int. Tourist Arrivals Up 5%
In the first nine months of 2013, international tourism grew by 5% according to the latest UNWTO World Tourism Barometer. The number of international tourist arrivals reported by destinations around the world increased by some 41 million between January and September, growing above UNWTOís initial forecast and creating an important stimulus to the receiving economies.
- 173. Tourism Security, Crisis Communication and Travel Advisories Discussed in Madrid
The integration of national security with tourism security, crisis communication and travel advisories were some of the key issues discussed at the 1st Meeting of the High Level Task Force on Tourism and Security, organized by the UNWTO on Wednesday in Madrid
- 174. Silk Road: The Most Important Transnational Tourism Route of 21st Century
The 8th UNWTO Silk Road Ministersí Meeting held during the ITB Berlin Travel Trade Show, focused on the long-term tourism vision for the historic Silk Road routes and how to establish the Silk Road as the most important transnational tourism route of the 21st century.
- 175. Tourism Routes Key to Regional Integration and Development
The 98th session of the UNWTO Executive Council meeting in Spain highlighted the role of tourism routes in promoting regional integration and development. The Council further debated key factors to stimulate tourism growth such as visa facilitation and air connectivity while recalling the role the tourism sector can play in the sustainable development agenda The meeting took place
- 176. Mongolia Eases Visa Restrictions
Easing visa restrictions to stimulate travel is one of the UNWTOís recommendations to promote the growth of the tourism sector and its positive impact on the economy. The government of Mongolia is one of the most recent examples of countries advancing travel facilitation by removing visa requirements for citizens of 42 countries.
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