A dissenters view versus the “pie in the sky” tourism industry sentiment over COVID-19. Greece tourism needs to shift into another gear.
Stock markets are in freefall over the COVID-19 pandemic and Europe is in a panic over Trump’s travel ban. But this is only the beginning.
The European Travel Commission (ETC), the European Tourism Association (ETOA), Eurail B.V., and the European Commission, have just released the latest Long-Haul Travel Barometer (LHTB), which indicates that the sentiment for travel to Europe from January-April 2020. The publication shows positive in six key overseas markets – Brazil, China, India, Japan, Russia, and the US and provides the European tourism sector […]
According to a European Travel Commission’s latest report, “European Tourism – Trends & Prospects 2018”, 32 out of 34 reporting destinations showed growth for the summer season. In all, 1 in 4 destinations enjoyed double-digit increases in arrivals.
European destinations reported healthy growth this summer despite rising political risks and less relaxed financial conditions posing a threat to the global economic outlook.
CroisiEurope River Cruises is offering a number of new updates for 2019. In addition to a new ship joining the fleet on the Douro River, the river cruise line will be launching a cruise along the Adriatic on the MS Belle de l’Adriatique.
Long-term planning with communities at the centre; increasing resilience by preparing for crises; and transitioning to a seamless traveller journey through the use of technology have been highlighted during the World Travel & Tourism Council’s (WTTC) first Europe Leaders Forum as three critical areas for action in order to ensure Europe’s Travel & Tourism sector maintains competitiveness.
Europe’s hotel industry posted growth across the three key performance metrics during January 2018, according to data from STR.
In news from World Travel Awards the company has begun preparations for its 25th anniversary of recognizing leaders in the international hospitality sector. Beginning in April, WTA will begin celebrations in Ras Al Khaimah, UAE.
With unbeatable airfares and favorable exchange rates, travellers are looking towards Europe and intriguing new ways to explore the region. Luxury travel innovators Abercrombie & Kent have designed a new portfolio devoted to Luxury Tailor Made Travel in Europe, an insider’s guide to the world of customized travel, featuring iconic sites and places not on everyone’s radar, chosen by A&K’s local experts for their distinctive character.
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.
Ural Airlines will now make regular flights from Krasnodar to Barcelona, according to the news from the Federal Air Transport Agency.
If foreign relations and anti-terror tactics across Europe get any worse, tourism dependent businesses already hit by west versus Russia tensions could finally go belly up. All across the EU soldiers and other security personnel are fanning out in a frantic hunt for suspected radicals. However real or perceived Jihadists or other extremists may be, the danger posed to Europe’s economy. That “recovery” Europe was promised, it’s clear it’s not happening now.
For Americans interested in a European vacation, the recent plunge in euro value spells trip. The exchange rate today is worth just over 1.18 dollars, so travel and hospitality priced in euro offers a built in bargain.
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