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World Travel Cities Weekly VOL.95

Times have changed and nobles are no longer closing their doors from the public, quite the opposite. Many aristocrats are opening their palaces in Rome for a fee, either in the form of guided tours or sometimes even overnight stays.

Report on World Tourism Economy Trends (2017)

As the world economy recovers slowly, globalization progress differentiates and uncertain factors increase gradually, tourism plays an irreplaceably important role in driving economy, connecting culture, improving geographic relations and building ecological civilization.

World Travel Cities Weekly VOL.94

One of the largest indoor waterparks in the world is coming to Copenhagen after Høje-Taastup Municipality revealed plans for a 360,000sq m (3.9m sq ft) mega-leisure development in the Danish city.

World Travel Cities Weekly VOL.93

Barcelona is introducing new legislation to curb tourism numbers after its mayor said the Spanish city was being overwhelmed by tourists, with the destination on the brink of “reaching a tipping point”.

World Tourism Cities XI

Recently, the 5th Global Summit on City Tourism of United Nations World Tourism Organization(UNWTO) was held at Luxor, Egypt. Cheng Hong, Executive Deputy Chairperson of WTXF Council and Vice Mayor of Beijing, attended the summit and delivered a speech to share Beijing and World Tourism Cities Federation s (WTCF) experiences on promoting tourism development and cooperation between cities.

World Travel Cities Weekly VOL.92

Between March 25 and 29, 2017, WTCF and its city member, Penang in Malaysia, will jointly hold the WTCF Asia Pacific Tourism Conference.

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