Four leading tourism organisations and academic institutions in Europe have agreed to work together on sustainable tourism and best practice sharing to support policy development in destinations across the continent.
Despite global slowdown concerns and political tension between leading economies, travel sentiment towards Europe proves upbeat for the summer period in both China and Brazil.
Chinese tourists continue to put Europe at the top of their favourite destinations despite the relative slow-down in the Chinese economy and any concerns about Brexit, according to the latest …
A conference in Poland organised by the European Travel Commission has put the spotlight on sustainable tourism issues on the continent.
The World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO), together with the European Travel Commission (ETC) have launched a new report on health tourism.
Europe welcomed 671 million international tourist arrivals in 2017, an outstanding 8% growth compared to 2016 (+2%). Europe has consolidated, for the eight consecutive year, its position as the leading destination worldwide.
A new professional handbook has been released as the European Travel Commission and World Tourism Organisation have been discussing transnational themes and routes in Galicia.
Europe continues to lure millions of international travellers confirming the tourism sector's resilience to geopolitical uncertainty and perceptions of safety and security.
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.
The World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) and the European Travel Commission (ETC) have co-organised a working session with European countries to discuss crisis communications in tourism.