The travel industry can expect a healthy upswing in the coming year, at least in the US. A survey that covered some 374 shuttle passengers from around the US, and found that 23% of respondents will travel more in 2013 than in 2012.
According to UK’s leading holiday rentals website, HomeAway.co.uk, contemporary travelers are becoming more willing to organize their own holidays in order to achieve desired results. Photo courtesy Wikipedia The era when travel agents were taking care of our vacations seems long gone. Nowadays, more and more holidaymakers prefer to do their own research, book accommodations directly […]
Luxury shopping sprees, gadget-free resorts and Smart TVs will all have a leading role to play in the travel industry over the next few years, according to a new report out on future travel trends.
News from ITB Berlin yesterday saw the head of the world’s leading travel trade show, David Ruetz, projecting to a crowd in Singapore about ITB Berlin 2013. At a press conference Reutz presented facts and figures on this year’s event as well.
Economic pressures are ushering in a new trend in the travel industry, with increasing numbers of tourists placing higher value on price than they do with established brand names, according to new revelations from the Abta Travel Convention in Turkey.
Whether it’s a scenic hike in the Swiss Alps, luxury shopping spree in Paris or a relaxing resort in a Costa Rica villa, all-girl getaways will give you and your girlfriends a taste of luxury.
According to a report from UK travel search site Skyscanner, Estonia, Madagascar and Iraq emerge as travel hot spots for UK travelers. Spain is, as always, a favorite among vacationers in Britain, but non-traditional destinations are headlining Summer travel so far.
While travel to Europe may be slowing down a little with the emergence of stiff competition from exciting Asia, African and Latin American destinations, one sector is nevertheless seeing a rapid rise in popularity.