Articles tagged “France tourism”

Tourism

France Sees Rise in TV Tourism

Like other destinations, France is benefiting from being a location for popular TV shows and films.

France Sees Rise in TV Tourism

News Blog

France Proposes Value Added Taxes on Airbnb Rentals

The French Senate has greenlit measures to apply value-added tax (VAT) to Airbnb and similar platforms, aiming to address perceived competition imbalances with the hotel sector.  Under the existing system VAT is levied on furnished tourist accommodations based on specific services like breakfast, regular cleaning, and the provision of household linen. The proposed amendment contends…

Tourism

Why This French Ski Destination is Now Wooing Indian Tourists: India Report

The idea of a ski destination actively pursuing its target audience in India might have appeared unconventional in the past. India, known for its diverse climates and predominantly warm regions, is not typically associated with skiing. However, the tourism sector has now undergone a remarkable shift, turning Indians into a coveted audience for a variety of experiences.

Why This French Ski Destination is Now Wooing Indian Tourists: India Report

Tourism

France on Track to Surpass 2022 Tourism Revenue Numbers

As the world sprints back to normal, France's record tourism spending points to the boom in international travel despite the global cost of living squeeze.

France on Track to Surpass 2022 Tourism Revenue Numbers

Online Travel

India Daily: Yatra Hops on Personalized Travel Trend With Subscription Program

If you are making travelers pay to give access to "exclusive deals" you need to ensure that the offer is worth the investment. Will Yatra deliver on its promises? Only time will tell.

India Daily: Yatra Hops on Personalized Travel Trend With Subscription Program

Tourism

Tourist Quotas Come To French Countryside to Combat Overtourism

National park and rural authorities in France have absorbed lessons from domestic overtourism during the pandemic.

Tourist Quotas Come To French Countryside to Combat Overtourism

Airlines

Air France CEO Stays Upbeat on Summer Amid Global Turmoil

Despite higher fuel costs, the first major land war in Europe since World War II, and the lingering pandemic, Air France CEO Anne Rigail remains optimistic about summer travel demand. In fact, the airline plans to fly more flights to North America, Africa, the Caribbean, and the Indian Ocean than it did in 2019.

Air France CEO Stays Upbeat on Summer Amid Global Turmoil