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Mediterranean ObserverJanuary 20, 2022

Information panel at an international airport. (photo via Tanaonte / iStock / Getty Images Plus) A new study from the United Nations’ World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) found that global tourism experienced a four percent upturn in 2021. While the overall numbers increased, international overnight tourist arrivals were still 72 percent below the pre-pandemic year of […]

Mediterranean ObserverJanuary 18, 2022

Miniatürk, which is the first address of local and foreign tourists in Istanbul tours, is also an ideal place for those who want to make a magnificent Turkey tour in a short time. In short, Turkey’s Showcase. This magnificent structure, which we will call Miniature Turkey Park, is located on the Golden Horn shore of […]

Mediterranean ObserverSeptember 9, 2021

Naan Bar nominated as Best Restaurant in Malta According to a recent announcement, Valletta’s only upscale Indian restaurant Naan Bar has been nominated as “Best restaurant in Malta 2021” by the World Culinary Awards. The awards that take place every year has included Naan Bar in its list of nominees based on the quality of […]


Archaeologists unearthed two 2,500-year-old marble statues and an inscription during excavations at the Temple of Zeus Lepsynos, one of the best-preserved Roman temples of Asia Minor, in Turkey’s western Muğla province. Built-in the second century B.C., the temple is located in the ancient city of Euromos. Abuzer Kızıl, head of the excavation committee and faculty […]


After a state of emergency was declared in Tokyo, the Olympics will be held largely without spectators after the Japanese government’s ruling. Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga announced the COVID-19 state of emergency on Thursday evening as the Delta variant continued to spike the number of daily infections being registered. Tokyo 2020 President Seiko Hashimoto apologized […]

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The Mediterranean Observer is a news portal dedicated to travel tourism, and hospitality in the Mediterranean region. This portal is managed by the Mediterranean Tourism Foundation, based in the Mediterranean country of Malta.