Tourism insecurity in Tunisia spreads over to Egypt and Turkey

As a result of the attacks in Tunis at the end of June, the decrease in security perception and demand has also extended to other predominantly Muslim tourist destinations. On Thursday 27th June, terrorism struck
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Dominican Republic: mystery or psychosis?

The mysterious deaths of several American tourists in the Dominican Republic over the past few months have negatively affected the destination’s tourist reputation and perceived security index. Hotels
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European visitors have confidence in Colombia: increased security and satisfaction

The number of European visitors in Colombia has increased by 12% between January and September 2018, while the security and perception indexes show good progress. According to the latest visitor statistics
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False missile alarm in Hawaii drops tourist security perception

Visitors to the archipelago took 10 days to recover the feeling of security previous to the panic caused by the erroneous message from the emergency center.  There was no missile, but panic over a possible
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Travel intention to Barcelona drops among its main origin markets

Barcelona loses competitiveness among the main European markets in the first quarter of 2018, according to the data analysed by Mabrian's Travel Intelligence platform.  The events that took place in
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Tunisia, a destination on growth, but still unstable in terms of security perception

Mabrian's indexes show the tourist's perception regarding Tunisia during the second half of 2017 in various key aspects, including security (Security Perception index (PSi).
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Brazil scored the best perceived security index among destinations from Latin America

It is the only destination that, during July and August, exceeded 90 points (93,02), ahead of Ecuador (89,97), Uruguay (89,37), Colombia (88,16) and Argentina (87,3) The security indexes perceived by
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Recovery of security perception after a terrorist attack is faster every time

We compare the reaction of visitors during the attacks in Paris, Berlin, New York and Barcelona. Recovery of security perception index (SPI) in Western cities that have been victims of terrorist attacks
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