COVID TRAVEL TRENDS WILL LAST IN 2022

Bill Alen -
More spontaneous bookings, betting on domestic destinations, choosing accommodations that have implemented the latest technological solutions – Artificial Intelligence (AI) and recognition technologie ...

JAPAN: POTENTIAL OF THE TOURISM BOOM

Justin N. Froyd -
The easing of restrictions and the recent opening of borders in Japan could lead to a potential tourism boom during the year-end season and a likely influx of domestic and foreign travelers. ...

ITALY EXPECTS 216 MILLION OVERNIGHT STAYS THIS SUMMER

Anna Luebke -
The Italian hospitality industry has been on an encouraging trajectory, showing a 3.8% increase in stays during the first five months of 2024. This positive trend is set to continue into the summer, w ...

LOW-COST AIRLINES ARE THE BIG WINNERS OF THE CRISIS

Cecilia Garland -
Will tomorrow's air travel be exclusively low-cost? This is not necessarily the way ticket prices are going, but in any case, low-cost airlines have weathered the crisis better in Europe and beyond. E ...

MARIJUANA LEGALIZATION FUELS CANNABIS TOURISM IN THE U.S.

Different states in the United States see how the end of cannabis prohibition is attracting tourists who spend between USD 300 and USD 400 per trip. Other countries, like Uruguay, are promoting a proj ...