Tourists visiting Malta: What to know about tourism in Italy
MALTA (AP) Tourists are coming to Malta for a unique experience: the sun.
They’re not visiting Italy or Portugal, but Malta.
Its been an open-air, sun-kissed island for a thousand years.
And for the past several years, it has been attracting tourists from all over Europe.
The Mediterranean island of 1.5 million people is among the most popular destinations in Europe for tourists.
And with the sun, it’s been the center of a media frenzy in the last few months.
A wave of tourism interest is sweeping the country, with a number of new luxury hotels and resorts opening in recent months.
This has raised concerns about whether the island will be able to handle the influx of tourists, which has been swelling in recent years.
There are concerns that the island could become a tourist magnet, creating an economic burden for the island’s small, impoverished population.
But a recent study by the University of Sicily and the Italian Institute of International Relations found that tourism is a reliable way to raise the economy of a small island, and tourism is still relatively stable and growing in Malta, despite the recent surge in tourism.
The study looked at data from a variety of sources.
It also looked at the country’s tourism industry, and looked at its contribution to the economy.
In particular, it looked at what was happening in Malta’s tourism sector.
“What we found was that the tourism sector is still quite stable, but its growth is slowing,” said Marco Speranzi, a tourism researcher at the university.
“We think that’s because Malta is still struggling to recover from the economic crisis of 2008-2009, and also because of the difficulties in the economy.”
For years, Malta has been hit hard by the recession.
Tourism is one of the few industries that is thriving, with more than 100,000 visitors a year.
But tourism is not only a means of generating revenue for the state.
It’s also important to the national economy, as tourists are a key source of income for local businesses.
Tourism helps the island recover financially from the impact of the 2008-09 recession.
That means it contributes a lot to the island economy, according to the study.
Tourism in the first decade After 2008, tourism became a big part of the economy, with tourists contributing nearly 15 percent of GDP.
It was expected that Malta would see a rise in tourism during the first year of a new government, and it was.
But the economy slowed considerably in the early years of the new government.
In fact, tourism slowed in the second and third years of its administration.
The decline in tourism in the third year was much more significant, according the study, as it slowed from 6 percent to 3.9 percent of the island country’s gross domestic product.
And that trend continued into the second half of the first half of 2017.
“In the first six months of the year, the tourist economy declined by more than 20 percent, and the country was still facing a lot of problems,” said Sperenzi.
Tourism fell by an additional 3 percent to 4.2 percent of Malta’s gross national product during the same period.
“This is an indication of a very bad situation,” Speronzi said.
“Tourism is a way of generating income for the economy and it is the only economic sector that is still recovering from the financial crisis.”
Malta’s economic crisis The economic crisis has hit tourism hard.
A lack of hotels and other tourist attractions has hurt tourism.
“If you have only a few resorts, you have a problem,” Sbera, a tourist, told The Associated Press in an interview.
The lack of a reliable hotel market has hurt the island in the past.
“The situation in the hotel market is bad because you don’t have a reliable market,” he said.
Tourism contributes to Malta’s economy and has been a huge part of its recovery.
But Sperazzi and others believe the economy will be in a much worse state when it finally recovers from the recession, because tourism is only a part of Malta.
“It’s not just tourism.
There’s also a lot more people coming here, so it’s a really big part,” he added.
Tourism could continue to be a part the economy if it can attract a sufficient number of tourists.
But there are concerns about the country recovering from a recession, and whether it can handle the new influx of visitors.
The economic impact of tourism has been huge, according Sperazini.
Tourism contributed to the economic recovery in Malta in the 1990s, when the country saw a massive rise in the number of international visitors.
Since then, tourism has fallen, and there are still many tourists coming to the country.
Sperucci says tourism is one way to bring foreign investment to the small island.
“So tourism is the way that foreign capital can come to the islands, or even go to the capital