South Africa has hosted the Rugby World Cup, the Cricket World Cup and this summer will welcome the FIFA World Cup finals. In its bid to become a sports tourism powerhouse, football’s biggest event can be the springboard to fulfil the country’s massive ambitions. By Mike Starling
Tourism is a vital part of Italy’s economy. In spite of the current economic crisis, the online travel market is one of the most active segments of the Italian travel industry and will continue to grow in 2010 at a rate of 9%, outperforming the overall market according to PhoCusWright’s Italian Online Travel Overview Fifth Edition.
Il turismo e’ vitale per l’economia dell’Italia. Nonostante l’attuale crisi economica, il mercato italiano dei viaggi online e’ uno dei piu’ attivi segmenti per l’industria turistica italiana e crescera’ ancora quest’anno.
Although the environment was overshadowed somewhat by the recession last year, the travel industry nevertheless made a significant step forward to a sustainable future.
The 2010 FIFA World Cup will be like no other World Cup in history. For the first time the greatest event in football, the most widely-followed sporting extravaganza on the planet, is breaking new ground in Africa – more specifically, South Africa.
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Sport tourism powers South Africa through global downturn. As anticipation reaches fever pitch ahead of the 2010 FIFA World Cup, the success of three mega sporting events hosted in South Africa over the past twelve months has given the country’s tourism sector a significant boost.
Abu Dhabi Tourism Authority was established in 2004 with the goal of positioning the Emirate of Abu Dhabi as an outstanding, globally recognized, sustainable tourism destination. Just five years on it was voted “World’s Leading Tourism Authority” at the World Travel Awards Grand Final 2009 in London. We met the Chairman of Abu Dhabi Tourism Authority, His Highness Sheikh Sultan Bin Tahnoon Al Nahyan, to find out his thoughts on how the rapidly burgeoning emirate has risen so quickly to tourism stardom.