Robust growth for European inbound tourism Remarkable growth in Europe has been led by Southern and Mediterranean destinations. Europe recorded 671 million international tourist arrivals in 2017, just over half …
City limits: Report reveals tourism hotspots struggling with overcrowding
A European Travel Commission report shows tourism is set for solid growth in 2017.
European destinations felt a wind of change during 2016 with fluctuating fortunes.
The global luxury hotel market is expected to reach US$20,442 Million by 2022 according to Allied Market Research.
According to new research by Booking.com, an increasing number of people are striving to achieve more trip diversity in their travels.
European hotels reported 4.2% growth in occupancy to 70.3% in November 2016 (Y/Y). Average daily rate (ADR), rose 1.5% to €107.14. Revenue per available room (RevPAR) increased 5.8% to €75.36.
Air transport will grow in Europe in 2017 according to IATA - however expected industry net post-tax profit for the region should reach US$5.6 billion, down from an estimated US$7.5 …
The European Travel Commission and the European Destinations of Excellence Network (EDEN Network) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding with a view to furthering the competitiveness of tourism in Europe.
According to the World Tourism Organisation, Europe, the world’s most visited region, consolidated its healthy growth of recent years in the first half of 2016, with a 4% Y/Y rise. …