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An influx of Russian holidaymakers lifted Cyprus's tourist arrivals to a seven-year high in 2012, offering rare good news to a recession-hit economy, official data showed on Monday.
BEIJING, China - China's "Golden Week" holiday justified its title with a rise in tourism revenue, National Tourism Administration (NTA) statistics showed Sunday.
The number of foreign tourists during the first six months has increased by 7.6% to 10.49 million compared to the same period of last year, according to the Ministry of Tourism and Sports.
It seems the airlines are doing something right. U.S. air carriers posted all-time lows for the number of mishandled bags and bumped passengers in 2011, according to reports released Tuesday.
For the first time in history, tourism arrivals to Philippines from the United Kingdom reached 104,466 in 2011, 7.78% higher than the registered visitors of 96,925 in 2010.
MEXICO CITY, Mexico - Building on solid tourism numbers in 2011, the Mexico Tourism Board predicts 52 million tourists will visit Mexico in 2012.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art announced today that 5.68 million people visited the Met during the fiscal year that ended on June 30.
LAS VEGAS – Las Vegas’ growing popularity among international travelers is no secret, but new data garnered primarily from US Department of Commerce research suggests the international visitor mar
ORLANDO, Fla. - In simultaneous bi-coastal events, Orange County Mayor Teresa Jacobs along with City of Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer in Orlando, Fla.
The Canadian office of the Cayman Islands Department of Tourism had a banner year in 2010, welcoming 19,499 Canadians, the highest number of recorded visitors for the destination from this market.
NEW YORK - A record 46 million tourists visited New York in 2007, in a sign of the city's dramatic recovery from the aftermath of the September 11 attacks six years ago, according to estimates unveiled Sunday.The record figures included 8.5 million foreign visitors, who together with domestic tourists pumped some US$28 billion into the local economy, Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced.
HONG KONG, Jan. 7 (Xinhua) -- Tourist arrivals in Hong Kong surpassed the 28 million-mark in 2007, up 10 percent on 2006, the Hong Kong Tourism Board said Monday.Once finalized, tourist spending for last year is expected to have grown to more than 130 billion HK dollars (16.7 billion U.S. dollars), breaking the 119.43 billion HK dollars record in 2006.