National tourism agency VisitBritain has launched a new global campaign for 2018 to boost inbound tourism to Britain
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Orlando and Cancun are once again the top destinations for prospective Spring Breakers, according to new research from Allianz Global Assist.
UK travel operator Thomas Cook recently became the first major British travel company to resume flights to Tunisia, with its first flight touching down on 13 February.
European tourism had an excellent 2017, with 671 million international tourist arrivals recorded.
Heathrow Airport, UK, had its busiest ever January at the beginning of this year.
Brexit is already harming the UK’s inbound travel industry, according to Tom Jenkins, CEO of the European Tourism Association (ETOA).
The Ecuadorian Ministry of Tourism has announced that any visitor to the country after 1 May 2018 will be required to have health insurance upon entering the country.
The majority of travellers are at least somewhat concerned about travelling in 2018, with the threat of terrorism still being seen as a major threat, according to new survey data.
According to a new survey from Allianz Global Assistance, US travellers are not interested in going to the Winter Olympics.
After weathering two years of sharp decline, Turkey’s tourism industry rebounded in 2017, growing by around 18.9 per cent.