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    Big Data Could Help Tourism Recovery According to The World Tourism Organization

    With the intention of improving tourism planning and management, the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) and the Asian Development Bank presented a report to take...

    World Tourism Organization Highlights Costa Rica As One of the Few Destinations Without Entry...

    Costa Rica is one of the countries that avoids restrictions for international travelers. The other countries are Albania, in Europe, and the Dominican Republic,...

    The World Tourism Organization Warns About the Continuous Closure of Global Tourist Destinations

    A third of the 218 tourist sites in the world continue to be closed to visitors as part of the measures implemented to deal...

    Six Examples of How to Stimulate Domestic Tourism

    In recent months, domestic tourism has become a lifeline for many destinations in the face of the collapse of international tourist flows. The World...
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    Sustainability, Ecology, Evolution and Business Transformation were “Present” in Costa Rica

    This 26th, 27th, and 28th of September, the First Latin American Congress of Sustainability, Ecology, Evolution, Business Transformation was held in the facilities of...
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    Costa Rica to participate in the Celebration of the World Tourism Day in Qatar

    It will focus on the theme of sustainable tourism: a tool for development in line with the International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development...
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    Costa Rica As Destination Of Culture, Tradition And Natural Beauty

    Costa Rica launched a campaign aimed at North America, France, and the United Kingdom, to promote a new tourist identity that highlights its culture,...

    Costa Rica Tourist Arrivals Increase 7.4%

    San Jose - Costa Rica continues to be one of the preferred destinations for tourists in Latin America. Reports provided by the Directorate General of...
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