Articles tagged “france”

Business Travel

Travel Outfits Offer Solutions to Companies for Pandemic Worker Burnout

Why 2022 could be a bumper year for company-sponsored working holidays that fend off pandemic-induced exhaustion.

Travel Outfits Offer Solutions to Companies for Pandemic Worker Burnout

Business Travel

Remote Workers Prompt Adventure Tour Operators to Switch Up Itineraries

Great news for destinations that can now welcome tourists who want to immerse themselves, rather than just tick off a box. At least until their next Zoom meeting, that is.

Remote Workers Prompt Adventure Tour Operators to Switch Up Itineraries

Short-Term Rentals

HomeToGo Buys Amivac in Start of Acquisition Spree

HomeToGo has been outracing rivals and disproving doubters. The metasearch brand runs operations efficiently. For example, it offers a subscription model to property managers who list with it, and that model appears to be more consistently profitable than charging traditional pure commissions.

HomeToGo Buys Amivac in Start of Acquisition Spree

Tourism

France to Back Ski Resorts Hurting From British Tourists Ban

Urban destinations in France may be miffed by the government's vow to push domestic tourists toward the slopes to make up for the loss of UK skiers. But you can't please everyone.

France to Back Ski Resorts Hurting From British Tourists Ban

Coronavirus

France’s Travel Ban for UK Visitors Batters French Ski Resorts Heavily

Not only are French ski resorts facing the prospect of a second consecutive lost winter, many of them are fighting for their survival as no government aid appears to be imminent.

France’s Travel Ban for UK Visitors Batters French Ski Resorts Heavily

Tourism

CDC Advises Americans Against Traveling to France, Jordan and Tanzania

The spread of the Omicron variant still has U.S. health officials concerned, with a new list of countries being added to its advisory list. Bans and warnings show no signs of ebbing — for now.

CDC Advises Americans Against Traveling to France, Jordan and Tanzania

Business Travel

Co-Working Spaces in Tourist Areas Lure Family Travelers

Forget the sun lounger, the hottest accessory next summer could be a desk at a coworking space.

Co-Working Spaces in Tourist Areas Lure Family Travelers

Business Travel

Accor Sets Sights on Rest of Europe for Its Co-Working Business

The hotel giant is quietly tip-toeing its way across Europe, but a hospitality slant may prove to be a weakness rather than a strength.

Accor Sets Sights on Rest of Europe for Its Co-Working Business

Rail

Paris Floats Amphibious Bus Attraction After Years of Duck Tour Scrutiny

The amphibious bus in Paris is a way to float by some of the City of Light's best-known attractions. But it has to overcome the negative safety reputation associated with so-called Duck Tour amphibious vehicles in other cities.

Paris Floats Amphibious Bus Attraction After Years of Duck Tour Scrutiny

Tourism

Switzerland Hopes Europeans Can Fill Gap Left by Absent Asian Tourists

The pandemic has been a wake-up call for the Alpine region, which now needs to rethink future marketing strategies to attract a broader base of visitors.

Switzerland Hopes Europeans Can Fill Gap Left by Absent Asian Tourists