The recent terror attacks in France have had a devastating impact on the country’s tourism industry. According to Matthias Fekl, the junior minister for tourism, hotels in Paris had an occupancy rate of just 32 per cent in the second half of July, compared to 77 per cent for the same period in 2015. Paris is regularly named among the world’s most visited cities and, in a bid to salvage its reputation as a top tourist destination, hotels across the French capital have started slashing room rates – with many properties offering discounts of more than 50 per cent. Get the full story at the The Telegraph