Destinations International NewsBrief

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

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Its long-awaited finale has been and gone, but Game of Thrones is still big business for Northern Ireland.
May 2019
Learn how Viking applied its experience with the US outbound tourism market to provide Chinese travelers with a new way to explore Europe.
May 2019
A new survey of travel advisors shows that expedition cruising may be the next big trend in travel.
May 2019
Kansas is relying on its conservation effort to protect the lesser prairie chicken as an ecotourism attraction that is attracting birdwatchers from across the world.
May 2019
Cuts to the Mexico Tourism Board are having an immediate impact on local operators in some of the country’s most popular tourist destinations. A lack of marketing resources is especially difficult...
May 2019
The Netherlands Board of Tourism and Conventions (NBTC), the organization in charge of monitoring tourism in Holland, is preparing to shift its priorities from promoting the Netherlands as a tourist...
May 2019
PCMA has announced a unique, new product providing market intelligence and data analytics for the business events industry where professionals, organisations, hospitality providers and destination...
May 2019
Tourism officials in Peru announced last week it has imposed a two-week restriction on three portions of Machu Picchu with the hopes of preventing further degradation to the popular historical site.
May 2019
On May 8, the industry nonprofit Tourism Cares brought 198 members to the island to learn about its renaissance following the devastation wrought by Hurricane Maria two years ago. The gathering was...
May 2019
A recent study found that nearly three out of four American travelers would prefer to hit the road this summer instead of fly to their destination. According to a survey conducted by OnePoll on...
May 2019

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