A talk with a Crete entrepenuer about Greece reopening to tourists and how COVID-19 had changed the tourism landscape for 2020.
Skyscanner has named Greece one of the world’s top dream destinations for the post-coronavirus vacation season 2020.
The ICAO has released its first complete 2020 air passenger forecast revealing 1.5 billion fewer fliers in 2020.
The COVID-19 crisis has spurred far-reaching travel restrictions, lockdown, and business regulations bringing tourism to a standstill.
Naoussa, Greece and Saranda, Albania among Tripadvisors Travelers’ Choice trending and emerging destinations for 2020.
Azerbaijan has won the “Best Excursion Destination” award from the National Geographic Traveler Awards 2019.
Villas of Distinction®, the world’s premier luxury villa rental company as part of World Travel Holdings, announces 2019’s most sought after villa vacation destinations based on industry insights.
Leading luxury hotel brand InterContinental® Hotels & Resorts has partnered with London-based contemporary artist Alexander Hall, also known under the alias Haut de Gamme©, to create a stunning art installation, commemorating 200 properties around the world.
In news from the Association of Turkish Travel Agencies, balloon adventurists arriving in Turkey will have nine new destinations for hot-air balloon flights across the country. Tour agencies have reported an ever increasing interest in the trips.
According to TUI Germany, the Greek islands of Crete, Rhodes, and Kos were among the ten most popular last-minute tourism destinations for German travelers in summer 2018.
St. Petersburg, Russia has won the coveted title of World’s Leading Cultural City Destination from World Travel Awards. The gala events held last Friday evening heralded the city’s cultural importance and potential for future tourism growth.
Russia took the first place among European destinations, and third in the overall list of countries visited by Chinese tourists during “Golden Week”, the national holiday of China.
Virtuoso, the international luxury travel network, has just announced the hottest destinations for the Summer of 2016. Recognized as a key trend forecaster, the data mining company leverages $35 billion in transaction data to glean what travelers seek. Here’s a look at the logical favorites and a few surprises that surfaced in Virtuoso’s recent findings.
According to the most recent reports from ADAC, Belgrade tops a list of “most inexpensive” destinations in Europe. According to the new list compiled by the “club”, the Serbian capital costs tourists €41 per day only.
Incheon International Airport introduced a series of summer concerts in August, free to everyone visiting the airport. The concerts take place August 5th to 10th, at the Millennium Hall on the first floor of the passenger terminal.