The World Tourism Organisation has published the first systematic overview of how both national governments and local authorities are addressing and managing new business models in the accommodation industry.
Tourism’s potential to build a “better future for all” is the central message of World Tourism Day 2019, which has been officially celebrated at a high-level summit in New Delhi. …
The future of tourism jobs in a changing world, and the way tourism can help provide education for all, are themes that have featured prominently among ministerial debates at the …
UNWTO plots course for development of this fast- growing sector The recent 3rd edition of the UNWTO Global Conference on Wine Tourism focused on rural development, stressing the contribution of …
Spain has reaffirmed its support for the UNWTO and has announced a new HQ site.
International tourist arrivals reach 1.4 billion two years ahead of forecast
The UNWTO Conference on City Breaks: Creating Innovative Tourism Experiences concluded this week in Valladolid, Spain, with a call for cities to become smart tourism destinations.
According to the World Tourism Organization's latest barometer, international tourist arrivals grew 6% in the first six months of 2018 after a record year of growth in 2017.
Innovation and digitalisation are on the top of the European tourism agenda.
The 44th meeting of the UNWTO Regional Commission for the Middle East focused on innovation and digital transformation.