Articles tagged “culinary tourism”

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Tourism

How Houston Turned Diversity Into Its Biggest Selling Point

With diversity driving Houston’s dynamism on many fronts, the city is well positioned to attract both leisure and business travelers in the years ahead.

How Houston Turned Diversity Into Its Biggest Selling Point
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Luxury

The Baja Way – Designing the Perfect Luxury Travel Experience in Los Cabos

A new generation of forward-thinking chefs, gallery owners, mixologists, and entrepreneurs are helping the luxury destination of Los Cabos showcase its unique heritage and amenities, helping to set a new standard for luxury tourism in the process. In this piece, we get inside the mindset of “The Baja Way.”

The Baja Way – Designing the Perfect Luxury Travel Experience in Los Cabos
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Business Travel

Travel Marketing Across Generations in 2020: Reaching Gen Z, Gen X, Millennials, and Baby Boomers

Travel marketers should already be thinking about creating successful strategies for the year ahead. Being aware of what Gen Z, millennials, Gen X, and baby boomers want from their travels is key to making a strong impression in 2020.

Travel Marketing Across Generations in 2020: Reaching Gen Z, Gen X, Millennials, and Baby Boomers
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Tourism

The Future of Food Tourism in Thailand

Food tourism has taken over the world, and few destinations are as primed to capitalize on the trend as Thailand. Tour operators, hotels, and others in the travel sector are rapidly enhancing the ways in which visitors experience the country’s culinary offerings — and meeting planners are taking note.

The Future of Food Tourism in Thailand

Overtourism

The Philippines Aspires to Shift Visitors From Beaches to Culinary Tourism

The Philippines' new tourism chief is hoping that millennials will be inspired by social media sites like WeChat and Instagram to visit its culinary destinations as the government considers imposing quotas on beachgoers. Tourism officials worldwide will be watching to see how it turns out.

The Philippines Aspires to Shift Visitors From Beaches to Culinary Tourism

Tourism

Tourists Vs. Locals in New York City: Who Goes Where

New York City tourism trends are a mirror to what's happening in most other major cities. Foursquare data show that tourists and locals still stick to predictable paths, with tourists gravitating to top attractions around Midtown and Lower Manhattan. Every city is different and tourism has increased to outer boroughs but those probably still aren't top of mind for many travelers.

Tourists Vs. Locals in New York City: Who Goes Where

Tourism

The Best Travel Destinations for Wine Lovers in 2016

Cheers to this oenophile travel wish list.

The Best Travel Destinations for Wine Lovers in 2016

Tourism

Food Tourism in the U.S. Gets Better as Americans’ Tastes Improve

America's unprecedented obsession with food ultimately stems from rising overall standards and expectations in taste, presentation, and originality of prepared foods. The bar is set higher than ever. Destination marketers and local food stakeholders now compete globally, hence should work in tandem to ensure their assets and efforts get noticed and stand out with American travelers.

Food Tourism in the U.S. Gets Better as Americans’ Tastes Improve

Tourism

France Pushes Its Food Culture Abroad With Worldwide Culinary Event

Food has become the number one cultural ambassador and although French cuisine needs no introduction, it's helpful to remind chefs and potential travelers of its allures.

France Pushes Its Food Culture Abroad With Worldwide Culinary Event

Media and PR

How Data Inspired Tourism Australia to Market Its Food and Wine

Cuisine is a gateway to destinations. The key to culinary tourism is maintaining the cultural identity of its edible offerings while still catering to the global palette.

How Data Inspired Tourism Australia to Market Its Food and Wine