Tourism trends how a situation changes or developsare changing as wealthier richerpeople from rising economieshere: countries that are booming with business and growing very fast are travelling abroad. While Europeans and Americans are not travelling as much any more, Russians and Chinese are going on holidays more than ever before. Tourism in developed countriescountries of the industrialized world - in Europe, North America, as well as Japan and Australia is expected to rise by 2.2% in the next years, but the number of travellers from other countries will increase go upby 50%. By the year 2030 over a billion one thousand milliontravellers are expected to come from these countries.
The new tourists representare part of a rising increasingmiddle class in their countries. They want to see other places and experience to feel a certain situationother cultures. Some just go shopping or want to have fun somewhere else.
Russians, for example, have been locked upnot allowed to go anywhere in their country during the Communist period for much of the 20th centurya hundred years. Most of them have only experienced trips to other Communist countries in Eastern Europe or to Black Sea resorts holiday townsin their own country . Now they are flooding coming in big numbersEurope and other continents in an attempt to catch up on to do the things that they have not done beforewhat they have missed.
After the collapsebreak down of the Soviet Union in the 1990s mainly wealthy Russians travelled abroad, but now a growing middle class is experiencing tourism. HoweverBut, they do not spend as much money as Westerners and tend something that happens very oftento go to cheaper places. Mediterranean area between Europe and Northern Africacountries like Turkey and Greece are adapting to change in order to be successfulto this trend and have been attracting here: getting someone to come to your countryRussians with special, cheaper offers.
In China, the middle classes are also spending more and more on travelling. China is the fastest growing country when it comes to spending money abroadoverseas; in another country. In 2012 Chinese travellers spent 100 billion dollars overseas, more than the previous earliertop spenders Germany, Britain and the United States. Chinese tourists prefer shopping to cultural travel. While Becauseforeign goods in China are expensive they bring back items productsthat cost a lot at home.
In South America, Brazil is the major money-spender in tourism. About 30% of all Brazilians who go on holidays travel to other countries.
While spending a lot abroad, not all of these countries are on the receiving endget money from of tourism. Travelling to China has been popular likedamong Europeans and Americans for some time, mainly because of the culture and the Asian way of living. In Brazil the upcoming in the next few yearsfootball World Cup and the Olympic Games are expected to attract bringmillions of foreign tourists to the country and bring in a lot of money. In contrastOn the other side, Russia does not make very much money from tourism. One of the reasons is the bad infrastructure the things you need for a country or town to work; like roads, schools, hospitals etc..that dates backcomes from to the Communist period and lack of investmentnot enough money is being put into a project.
Chinese Tourists Abroad