Destinations International NewsBriefs

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Florida’s tourism arm is touting marketing efforts that attracted an increase in travelers from America’s northern neighbor, less than a year after admitting the state had taken its Canadian visitors...
April 2018
With more than 500 million users sharing an average of 95 million photos and videos per day, travel plans are continuously being made, shared and made again on Instagram. Today’s frequent travelers...
April 2018
The marketing industry’s recent advertising-as-statuary trend is on full display in this unorthodox tourism stunt from Belgium.
April 2018
Traditionally, content creation has been a human-centric process – requiring the perspective and skills of people, not machines, to determine what to communicate and how to write it most effectively...
April 2018
In the lead-up to this year's Earth Day, the travel industry highlighted some of its top sustainability goals, including a determination to reduce its reliance on single-use plastic and a call for...
April 2018
It is the capital of one of Europe’s most popular holiday destinations but Palma de Mallorca will be the first city in Spain to ban private homeowners from renting their apartments to visitors.
April 2018
Hoteliers in North America are seeing positive results during the second quarter. Bookings are up 2.7 percent and average daily rate is up 2.5 percent, according to TravelClick.
April 2018
Business travelers are getting younger, with about 50 percent being under 45. That’s one of the key takeaways from “The New Face of Business Travel” report.
April 2018

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