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World Tourism Cities Weekly Vol.111

One of the most eagerly awaited sessions during the Arabian Travel Market (ATM) three-day ATM Virtual event that takes place from 1-3 June 2020, is undoubtedly The Virtual ATM China Tourism Forum.

World Tourism Cities Weekly Vol.110

At 15:00 on May 21st, Beijing time, the World Tourism Cities Federation was invited by Ashgabat, Turkmenistan, to conduct an online meeting with the city ’s representatives through an international network exchange platform to discuss the future development and cooperation between the new member

World Tourism Cities Weekly Vol.109

Tourism is both a functional industry with strong resilience and an economic driver. The WTCF has full confidence in the rapid recovery of the global tourism industry after the epidemic.

World Tourism Cities Weekly Vol.108

The Tulip Festival, which began in 1957, has been held in Canada for more than 60 years, and this year s Tulip Festival is held in Ottawa from May 8 to 18 Canadian time.

World Tourism Cities Weekly Vol.107

Madrid City Council s Tourism Department has designed a digital information campaign..

World Tourism Cities Weekly Vol.106

Economic stakeholders, social, cultural and educational bodies and the seven political groups will all be involved in a working group to establish a major city agreement to define the recovery and overcome the crisis caused by Covid-19.

World Tourism Cities Weekly Vol.105

The World Travel & Tourism Council has pointed out in its annual report that since tourism is a key factor for global economic growth during the financial crisis, China s tourism industry has now become the leader in tourism recovery and growth.

World Tourism Cities Weekly Vol.104

Last year, the lead indicator of passenger arrivals by air saw Phnom Penh exceed 2 million passenger arrivals, surging past Siem Reap for the first time in a decade.

World Tourism Cities Weekly Vol.103

Barcelona is with you in these difficult times. Stop the pace for a moment to get started better in the future...

World Tourism Cities Weekly Vol.102

Recently, the Bay Bridge, which is beloved by San Francisco residents and tourists, switches on a special lamp. Cable 40, Level 77, Light 3612 lights up for all the people who died due to the COVID-19 epidemic.

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