Destinations International NewsBrief

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International tourism enjoyed signs of rebound in June and July 2021 as some destinations eased travel restrictions and the global vaccination rollout advanced in many parts of the world.
October 2021
As the pandemic chased away visitors, some Venetians allowed themselves to dream of a different city — one that belonged as much to them as to the tourists who crowd them out of their stone piazzas,...
October 2021
According to the latest research by the European Travel Commission, about 70% of Europeans plan to travel by January 2022, with half of them preferring to visit another European country, whereas 35...
September 2021
Bright Brussels, the city's festival of light, will take place in Belgium's capital Oct. 28 to Nov. 6. The event, which was canceled last year because of the pandemic, will feature two routes...
September 2021
The Denver City Council unanimously approved $1.5 million in grant money to help the restaurant and hospitality industry in Denver hire and keep their staff.
September 2021
The search engine will place an "eco-certified badge" next to hotels it has verified are making efforts to reduce their carbon footprint.
September 2021
Georgia has emerged as one of the top U.S. domestic destinations with the help of a new, multimillion-dollar recovery marketing and advertising campaign.
September 2021
Tourism Ireland launched a new campaign on September 27, encouraging travelers from the United States to press the "Green Button" and choose Ireland for their next vacation.
September 2021
As things get back to normal, Wise study finds that among 82% of those surveyed, international travel is something they're looking forward to the most.
September 2021
More than 400 destinations around the world now hold the stamp, which is intended to restore traveler confidence and revive the global Travel & Tourism sector.
September 2021

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