For doubters, the unthinkable has happened. Today the world has woken up to find Britain and the EU are going their separate ways. At this stage it remains to be seen who will get what in the divorce, and there’s lots of questions (and hyperbole) being thrown around. Who will keep the puppy and the … More what does Brexit mean for travellers?
Tens of thousands of young male migrants pursuing a new life in Europe could threaten the peace and stability of western nations, an American professor has warned. Huge numbers of unaccompanied teenage boys who have fled poverty and war in Africa, the Middle East and Afghanistan are creating imbalances in the numbers of men and … More Crime and disorder warning after influx of male migrants
Tunisia, Ecuador, Macao (China), Hungary, Palestine, Maldives and Colombia were the winners of the first UNWTO Tourism Video Competition, organized on the occasion of the 21st UNWTO General Assembly. 51 UNWTO Full and Associate Members submitted their promotional videos to the competition. The regional winners were based on votes by the chairs of the Regional … More Winners of the UNWTO Tourism Video Competition announced
The North Atlantic Aviation industry is closely monitoring the volcanic eruption in Iceland. Many transatlantic flights had been taken a southern route to stay clear away from Iceland during the last week. The volcano sits in a major flight path from the U.K. to North America, and an eruption could cause chaos.
Locals take to the streets demanding that authorities do more to combat antisocial behaviour of visitors to the city The tipping point was a trio of naked Italian tourists. As photos of the group frolicking through the La Barceloneta neighbourhood last Friday morning circulated on social media, some residents said they couldn’t take it any … More Naked Italians spark protests against antics of drunken tourists in Barcelona
Source: Publituris Since the start of the economic crisis is 2008, the tourism industry has been struggling to restore it self to former glories. But has the industry surpassed itself? Can we still put economic crisis and tourism in the same phrase?