Destinations International NewsBrief

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The City of Vancouver is the first to use a new tool to help communities cover the costs of hosting internationally recognized major tourism events.
February 2023
With more than 175 embassies reflecting a wide range of cultures and 10-plus Historically Black Colleges and Universities in the area, DC's skilled talent hub offers unmatched access to thought-...
February 2023
60,000 free train tickets are being made available to young people later this year. The rail scheme was announced by the two countries' transport ministers, Clément Beaune and Volker Wissing. The...
February 2023
The hotel industry in 2023 is projected to surpass pre-pandemic levels of demand, nominal room revenue and state and local tax revenue, while inching closer to other key 2019 performance metrics,...
February 2023
Montreal's image as a creative hub owes a lot to C2. The iconic business event plays a key role attracting investment to the city and creative sponsor activations are an important part of how it...
February 2023
The Poland Convention Bureau has become an independent office within the structures of the Polish Tourism Organisation (PTO). Aneta Książek has been appointed manager of the bureau.
February 2023
The U.S. territory saw records in travelers, revenue and local tourism employment, coupled by innovative destination marketing strategies and a rise in traveler likelihood to visit.
February 2023
According to the government of Spain, such a decision has been taken after evaluating the current COVID-19 situation and taking into account the epidemiological stability.
February 2023
"For a company to say they're '100% sustainable' or they're 'eco-conscious'... doesn't mean anything," says James Thornton, CEO of tour company Intrepid Travel. "I would urge travelers to be very...
February 2023
As part of the United Kingdom's effort to fully digitize borders by 2025, tourists will soon be required to obtain a new electronic travel authorization to enter the country.
February 2023

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