• Vilnius this year lights up with e-Christmas fairs

    Published on : Monday, November 30, 2020

    As the most awaited holidays draw nearer, the official opening of the season of celebrations is usually marked by lighting public Christmas trees. In 2019 Vilnius Christmas tree was awarded the title of the Most Beautiful Christmas Tree in Europe. …

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  • Rise of River Cruise instead of ocean voyage after COVID-19 pandemic: Survey

    Published on : Thursday, November 26, 2020

    The Riviera Travel River Cruises, has found that among past ocean cruisers considering a cruise in the near future, 79 per cent more are leaning towards a river cruise instead of an ocean voyage. The UK-survey sent to 3000 people …

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  • Majorca and Ibiza require negative COVID-19 tests for arrivals

    Published on : Tuesday, November 10, 2020

    The prominent tourist attractions, Majorca and Ibiza are to require negative coronavirus tests for all arrivals next year. The system will be different from the Canaries where, in effect from November 14, all holidaymakers will be told to bring a …

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  • Denmark travel ban triggers amid coronavirus spreading fear escalates

    Published on : Tuesday, November 10, 2020

    The flights and ships travelling directly from Denmark, and accompanied freight, will no longer be able to land or dock at English ports. This overnight move was made in response to fears about the new spreading of COVID-19 from mink …

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  • WTM Virtual starts from today

    Published on : Monday, November 9, 2020

    The global travel and tourism professionals from around the world are going to reconnect from today (Monday, 9th November 2020) for the first day of WTM Virtual (9-11 November), a three-day virtual event for the international tourism community. The final …

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  • Chile going to host a series of events to secure its position in UAE

    Published on : Tuesday, November 3, 2020

    Chile is hosting a series of events to secure its’ position in the UAE as the leading exporter of walnuts and dried fruits with a trio of virtual and live business networking opportunities. Prominent UAE importers have been selected for …

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  • Hawaii Tourism- the only road to economic recovery

    Published on : Wednesday, October 21, 2020

    Pandemic followed by the decision of lockdown forced havoc on the economic situation of Hawaii. And after the pause the situation demands economy-centric tourism strategies to recover economy. Since the country suffered from an existing issues of unemployment, reached its …

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  • Benidorm tourism: Hotel industry goes down

    Published on : Monday, October 19, 2020

    Benidorm’s hotel industry sees a huge dip in post COVID-19 time. Now just 17 of Benidorm’s hotels out of 140 are to remain open as the tourism industry is destroyed by the UK quarantine restriction. The popular holiday hotspot relies …

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  • COVID-19: France is now experiencing 99% decline in bookings

    Published on : Monday, October 12, 2020

    France is one of the popular tourist attractions in Europe. But due to the spreading of deadly global pandemic COVID-19 the tourism, hotel and airline industry have seen a hardest hit. Some of the European countries such as the U.K., …

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  • Madeira and Porto Santo are now exempted from travel restrictions

    Published on : Tuesday, October 6, 2020

    The golfers from Scotland finally got the news they have been waiting for after its government announced that the award-winning islands of Madeira and Porto Santo are now exempt from travel restrictions, meaning travellers will no longer need to self-isolate …

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  • Austrian Airlines introduces its flights to Shanghai

    Published on : Thursday, September 24, 2020

    Austrian Airlines will resume Shanghai again from October 2. After several postponements of the resumption due to the dynamic market situation, the return to China is now fixed. A Boeing 767 will fly from Vienna to Shanghai every Friday. The …

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  • Desert & Delta Safaris introduces new plans for community tourism

    Published on : Monday, September 21, 2020

    Luxury Botswana safari operator Desert & Delta Safaris have devised an exciting initiative called the CARES Movement. The initiative enables guests to book a safari at 2020 rates that they can take up to the 31st December 2022. Time is …

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  • Metropole Hanoi to host Korean Culinary Experience

    Published on : Friday, September 18, 2020

    Le Club at Sofitel Legend Metropole Hanoi is kicking off a two-week celebration of modern Korean gastronomy on September 25 with a special lunch and dinner menu, available à la carte or as a five-course set, featuring exclusive recipes from …

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  • Innovative tourism campaigns debut by European wine traders

    Published on : Monday, September 14, 2020

    Innovative stay-cations are a ‘new normal’ way to attract tourists to the vineyards and wineries to revive business and improve economy and is the way to overcome pandemic loss and business threats according to the European local drink traders and …

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  • Easyjet cuts flights to Greek Islands after U.K. announced strict restrictions

    Published on : Friday, September 11, 2020

    Easyjet is reducing the number of flights to the Greek islands after the UK government announced strict new quarantine restrictions. Those who are travelling to the islands of Mykonos, Crete, Santorini, Zante, Lesvos, Tinos and Serifos must quarantine for two …

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  • Greensboro Convention reported a loss of $163 million tourism business due to pandemic

    Published on : Thursday, September 10, 2020

    Greensboro Convention and Visitors Bureau CEO Henri Fourrier mentioned a loss of $ 163 million revenue generation from tourism business and various events owing to the sudden outbreak of pandemic since March 2020. Pandemic has impacted negatively on every business …

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  • AirAsia travellers to pay check in fee at airport counters

    Published on : Wednesday, September 9, 2020

    AirAsia recently announced that they will soon introduce a check in charge at the airport counters. Those who have not used the online platform or the mobile app for checking, will now have to pay an amount of 20 Malaysian …

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  • Taiwan passport competition finds new cover in a unique way

    Published on : Wednesday, September 9, 2020

    Participants concoct innovative images at Taiwan passport designing competition. Images such as bubble tea, black bear, and braised pork rice are the innovative designs submitted for a passport competition in Taiwan. The “We are Taiwan” Passport Cover Design Competition was …

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  • Indianapolis tourism industry witnessed $541 million economic loss

    Published on : Saturday, September 5, 2020

    The COVID-19 pandemic has been rough on America’s hotel and tourism industry, and Indiana has not been exempt. After beaches closed, sports tournaments and festivals were canceled and travel slowed to a near halt, hotel rooms sat mostly empty. Chris …

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  • Sabre announces new Central Reservations agreement with Yukai Resort

    Published on : Thursday, September 3, 2020

    Sabre Corporation the leading software and technology company that powers the global travel industry, today announced a new agreement with Yukai Resort in Japan, which is renowned for its Onsen Ryokan, or hot spring, properties. Yukai Resort will use Sabre’s …

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