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Tourism

The latest tourism and destination news from around the world. Read exclusive interviews with leaders, see the latest marketing campaigns, and understand the bigger issues like coronavirus recovery and destination development.

Tourism

Scotland, the latest new European country to be carved out?

Tourism is likely to be one of the biggest economy drivers of the new country of Scotland, if it happens.

Tourism

Singapore turns to art to argue that it’s no longer just about business

Singapore may be able to easily pull in art commerce, but attracting a vibrant artist community to a destination known for its very high prices and restrictive speech will be a much bigger challenge.

Tourism

Hobbit habits: New Zealand is ready this time for Tolkien tourism

While there are worries about post-Middle Earth tourism, New Zealand can expect the influx to continue as long as they greet visitors with the warmth of hobbits -- and don't get too greedy.

Hobbit habits: New Zealand is ready this time for Tolkien tourism

SkiftX

Exploring a revitalized Dijon, France by foot

Smaller European cities have a hard time getting people to visit by competing on marquee sights alone. But those that can offer an urban experience with a mix of old architecture and forward-thinking city planning can create a better experience for bith visitors and residents.

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Tourists avoiding Kenya’s coasts in big numbers due to increasing violence

The fragile security situation, along with the influence these national/global travel warnings have, is unfortunately going to make a short to medium term dent in the tourism economy in Kenya.

Airlines

Sub-Saharan Africa’s first low-cost carrier gets ready to launch

Despite the backing of EasyJet, FastJet still has lots of homework to do before its ambitions match reality.

Tourism

Will hotel development spell the downfall of Quirimbas Archipelago?

The challenge of delivering a consistent experience for visitors is on factor that leads to distinctive destinations like the Quirimbas to transform to suit outsiders. How this remote location meets the challenge will determine its future.

Will hotel development spell the downfall of Quirimbas Archipelago?

Tourism

Future of World Heritage designations in doubt as UNESCO struggles to stay afloat

Politics may mean a death blow do a lot of UNESCO Heritage sites, which depend on the UN body's seal of approval and help to build tourism economies around these sites.

Tourism

Neapolitan pizza makers accuse food guide of “culinary racism” after best pizza snub

It's one thing for a food guide to have one angry restaurant on its case and another one entirely to have all of Naples' pizza makers out for your blood.

Hotels

Canadian shoppers, the secret behind making U.S. border cities look good

Weak U.S. dollar may have negative effects in many ways, but for tourism, travel and spending, it is a boon, and travel marketers are learning to leverage that in a more organized way.