Articles tagged “Israel tourism”

Tourism

Ask Skift: How Do Wars Affect Tourism?

Large-scale conflicts can damage tourism beyond the borders where fighting is occurring. Here's a look at the wider impact of war on tourism throughout the world.

Ask Skift: How Do Wars Affect Tourism?

Tourism

UBS Bans Staff Traveling to Middle East Due to Israel-Hamas War: Bloomberg

A major bank slams the brakes on Middle East travel and events. Others could follow.

UBS Bans Staff Traveling to Middle East Due to Israel-Hamas War: Bloomberg

News Blog

Israel to Assist with Tourist Departures Amid Hamas War

Israel’s tourism ministry is working to assist travelers seeking to depart the country amid its ongoing war with Hamas. The country is in a state of emergency. Travelers can contact Israel’s Home Front Command on WhatsApp or SMS on +972 52 910 4104, said the Israel Ministry of Tourism. They can also receive informational assistance from…

Hotels

Israel Hamas War: How Brown Hotels Is Responding in Wartime

Israel's evacuees and stranded travelers poured into many of Brown Hotels' two-dozen properties after the October 7 attacks. The scene was echoed nationwide, with many hotel groups affected.

Israel Hamas War: How Brown Hotels Is Responding in Wartime

Tourism

Puerto Rico’s New No-Passport Pitch

Today's edition of Skift's daily podcast examines Israel's tourism shutdown, the end of Airbnb Plus, and Puerto Rico's new marketing campaign.

Puerto Rico’s New No-Passport Pitch

Tourism

Israel Tourism Sector Shuts Down After Hamas Attack

Israel had high hopes for tourism this year, not only as an economic driver, but as peacemaker with the rest of the world. Those hopes have come crashing down with last weekend's Hamas attack.

Israel Tourism Sector Shuts Down After Hamas Attack

Tourism

Saudi and Israel Say Tourism Can Be ‘Bridge Between Nations’

Israel's tourism minister hopes that his industry could pave the way for normalization with Saudi Arabia. Looking at neighboring Gulf states, it will take more than air routes and visas to shift sentiment.

Saudi and Israel Say Tourism Can Be ‘Bridge Between Nations’