In 2019, destinations worldwide received 1.5 billion international tourists -- a new record. While economic data was positive, the escalating costs of overburdened ecosystems and strained infrastructure were causing an invisible burden on destinations worldwide. Seventy percent of surveyed sites near heritage attractions, along coastal...

Tourism has evolved hand-in-hand with changing technology, communications and marketing practices. While in 1950 the world welcomed 25 million international tourists, according to UNWTO data, by 2019 this had increased to 1.5 billion. The massive increase in the number of people joining the middle classes globally, along...

The situation for tourism remains rather unusual as a result of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The crisis has marked a significant change for everyone, and above all for tourism, one of sectors hit hardest by the virus. 2020 was the year in which international tourism came to...

The tourism sector is linked to several areas of law, including in many destinations to constitutional law. That is, both tourists and tourism workers have constitutional rights in one way or another. The proper regulation of the various obligations and rights of tourists and...