Destinations International NewsBriefs

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A federal appeals court in California has ruled that the Trump administration's long-delayed travel ban can go into partial effect, allowing the government to temporarily keep travelers from six...
November 2017
As the recovery continues from last month’s devastating Northern California wildfires, the iconic wine regions are looking to kick-start their important hospitality and tourism industry with a simple...
November 2017
Americans who visit Cuba must now avoid hotels, shops, tour companies and other businesses on a lengthy list released Wednesday by the Trump administration as part of a new policy aimed at cracking...
November 2017
To help travelers with color blindness enjoy the leaves changing colors in the Great Smoky Mountains, the Tennessee Department of Tourist Development has installed specially equipped viewfinders.
November 2017
According to International Association of Exhibitions and Events’ (IAEE’s) Decision to Attend Study, 78 percent of attendees cite the destination as a top driver for attending a convention. It’s...
November 2017
In 2012, officials at Destination Cleveland made an alarming discovery: Only 34 percent of Greater Clevelanders said they would recommend the city as a vacation destination.
November 2017

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