Abdulah Al Sanousi enjoys the breeze in the lush resort outside Sarajevo where his family bought a flat to escape the summer heat at home in Kuwait, one of thousands of new Gulf buyers in the country.
The trend has picked up with
International tourist arrivals in the Middle East are estimated to have grown by 1 million (up 2 per cent) in 2015, increasing the total to 53 million, a new report has revealed.
According to a report by UNWTO, the region has cons
The number of foreigners visiting Turkey plummeted more than 40 percent in June, official data showed on Thursday, marking the biggest drop in at least 22 years as tensions with Russia and a series of deadly bombings kept tourists away.
Ras Al Khaimah has reported a double digit growth in visitor numbers and guest nights during Eid Al Fitr, with new figures showing a 10.7 per cent and 17.4 per cent increase respectively compared to the same period last year.
The number of foreign visitors to Turkey fell by more than a third in May, official data showed on Tuesday - the biggest drop in at least 22 years as tensions with Russia and a spate of bombings continues to hit tourist arrivals.
Oman, a fast emerging destination for Mice and weddings in the Middle East, is expecting to see 350,000 to 360,000 Indian tourists this year - a 15 to 20 per cent jump on the nearly 300,000 Indian visitors in 2015, said a report.
The Slovenian Tourist Board has appointed Mladen Ljubisic as its new head of tourism UK and Ireland.
Ljubisic will continue the Tourist Board’s promotion of Slovenia in the UK with a strong focus on travel trade, complimente
Saudi Arabian tourists are among the highest spenders while travelling, registering more than SR30 billion ($7.4 billion) annually, with 72 countries offering the kingdom's citizens the option to travel visa-free, said a report.
The number of tourists visiting Turkey fell by 28.07 per cent in April from a year earlier, official data showed on Friday, marking the biggest drop in 17 years on tensions with Russia and security concerns after a spate of bombings.
Saudi Arabia can expect to see a 43 per cent increase in the number of inbound tourist arrivals by 2020, according to new data which was revealed at the Vision Conference in Jeddah.
According to the figures from MAS (Tourism Resea