A European Travel Commission (ETC) report, “European Tourism: Trends & Prospects” tells of consumer demand outweighs other factors in 2023.
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 travel trends report from SquareMouth released late last month, a lot more Americans are choosing to spend their vacation days in Europe this season.
People want to travel – I mean, who wouldn’t want to discover new places, see famous cities or go to lesser known towns? Either wanting to see famous sights, or a more of a off the beaten path type of traveler, people are driven by curiosity and the desire to relax and take a break from their daily activities. A participant poll made before the City Fair 2013, ETOA’s European B2B workshop taking place 24th June 2013 at Wembley Stadium, London, shows that representatives have reasons to believe 2013 will be a year with growth in tourism compared to 2012.
The Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus stands to gain much from the forward thinking and engaging tourism industry efforts Turkey has initiated these last couple of years. Investment in Northern Cyprus tourism will eneviatbly pay off not only for the investment concerns, but for the people of the Republic as well. While many countries in Europe have suffered from losses in tourism dollars these last couple of years, Turkey and brother states have done exceedingly well, holding their own against all rivals.