Belarus is aiming to become a major medical tourism destination according to news from the Belarus-China forum in Shanghai on 7 November.
A recent workshop dedicated to featuring investment opportunities, “The development of thermal springs in Greece” presented somewhat atypical opportunities to potential investors.
It’s not so often any travel writer gets to report truly inspiring news. News from the site of the 2014 Olympics in Sochi makes today special. The Center of Dolphin Therapy there is conducing therapy sessions for kids with illnesses ranging from autism to children’s cerebral paralysis.
Medical Tourism – Challenges and Opportunities, and International conference on tourism takes place this week in Bucharest. The conference, attended primarily by medical tourism specialists, aims at discussing cross border medical tourism, among other key issues.
Poland is planning on using the newly acquired recognition given by co-organizing the Euro 2012 sports even to boost a quite profitable tourism segment – health and medical services.
Romania is to team up with the World Tourism Organization (WTO) in order to boost its travel credentials, staging a unique International Conference on Balneary and Health Care Tourism in the country.
Indian medical tourism is set to continue growing, despite efforts by the US government to curb the number of Americans travelling to the third world to find affordable healthcare. Talking to reporters at a press conference last weekend, the chief vascular and cardiothoracic surgeon at the Fortis Group Hospitals in India, Dr. Vivek Javali, revealed […]
The Russian Federation’s travel and tourism initiative goes forward with a Moscow convention directed at the problems of medical tourism in Russia. The Russian Tourist Industry Union reaches out to the industry to help solve Russia’s principle issues where the disabled are concerned. Just as Prime Minister Putin embraces his gifted Bulgarian sheepdog, Russia seems to want to embrace the world now.