Destinations International NewsBrief

Destinations International NewsBrief is your primary resource for destination industry news.

With information gathered from leading sources, the weekly publication aims to tackle today's more pressing industry issues. Destination International's NewsBrief includes the latest from the travel and tourism industry including news on specific destination organizations and leading professionals, tools and trends such as best practices and technology, and important association updates from Destinations International.

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Hopkinsville, KY, about 20 miles north of the Tennessee border, is an idyllic place, known for its all-American downtown with historic buildings, restaurants, art galleries and nearby spirits...
November 2019
Costa Rica is known for being home to some of the world's cutest animals, such as sloths and ocelots. But the country's national tourism body wants visitors to come to their country to look at...
November 2019
On the face of it, European tourism was still stable and growing in the third quarter of 2019. The European Travel Commission forecasts a 3 to 4 percent rate of growth in international arrivals for...
November 2019
“Come to Cape Town campaign” will be launched in January 2020, inviting kids to stay for free when their families to visit the Western Cape province. This followed the ease of access to South Africa...
November 2019
The South Dakota Department of Tourism recently won eight awards in a prestigious international marketing competition. According to Katlyn Richter with the S.D. Dept. of Tourism, this is the most...
November 2019
The worst flooding in Venice in more than 50 years prompted calls Wednesday to better protect the historic city from rising sea levels as officials calculated hundreds of millions of euros in damages...
November 2019
Visit Tri-Cities is celebrating its 50th anniversary by honoring the folks who make the Tri-Cities a place for tourism. Restaurant owners, representatives from wineries and small business owners...
November 2019
Alabama's state tourism agency is being honored for its work promoting civil rights travel in 14 U.S. states. The office was presented with an award recognizing its marketing campaign for the U.S...
November 2019
Travel to and within the United States grew 2.2 percent year-over-year in September, according to the U.S. Travel Association's latest Travel Trends Index marking the industry's 117th straight month...
November 2019
Hong Kong Tourism Board’s new executive director Dane Cheng starts in earnest this week, vowing to “lead our team to deal with the challenges and work closely with our trade partners to maintain...
November 2019

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