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A UK-based independent tour operator to Cyprus, Greece and Turkey, Olympic Holidays, has claimed that June packages to Greece offer "the best value ever, and reassures travelers that, even if Greece d
PLYMOUTH, Minn. - Specific cruising trends based on data from an annual Travel Trends Survey has been unveiled today.
BERLIN, Germany – Good news for European tourism: despite continuing economic turbulence, European tourism industry figures are up.
NEW YORK - At long last, European leaders took a significant step forward on the long road toward resolving the eurozone's debt crisis.
Despite the fact that the media have declared that the potential "default" crisis has been solved, tourism professionals would do well to pay careful attention and to analyze the numbers not by headli
The Euro fell to a four-year low against the dollar last week and with a summer in the doldrums looking increasingly likely, Russia’s tourists are looking to the skies while exporters are stuck with
TAIPEI, Taiwan - To attract American and European travelers to Taiwan in the face of the current worldwide economic slump, the Tourism Bureau, in cooperation with China Airlines and EVA Airways, is la
Bratislava - Slovakia's entry to the Eurozone increased its attractiveness for Germans, the Slovak Tourism Agency (SACR) has said after the International Tourism Fair CTM in Stuttgart that took place
Historic UK village is offering a one-for-one exchange rate between the Euro and the pound in a bid to attract tourists.
As the exchange rate worsens, they're finding they're getting much less bang for their buck. In Spain, tourism associations expect visitor numbers to drop over the next few months as a result. "I went to the bank yesterday around the corner, exchanged six hundred, got three fifty two. I had to ask him: 'Are you sure this is correct?"
Greece expects a big drop in the number of tourists this year from Britain, its most frequent visitors, because of the strong euro, Tourist Minister Aris Spiliotopoulos warned Tuesday.Like other Mediterranean economies with major tourism, Greece was set to suffer from a "financial crisis in Europe" and the euro's strength against the dollar, Spiliotopoulos told journalists.
ATHENS - Greece's tourism industry faces a tough 2008 as the strong euro and a slowdown in the global economy threatens to curtail the number of tourist arrivals this year, the head of an industry group said Thursday.
VALETTA, Malta (eTN) - After being confirmed as the island’s prime minister for another five years, Dr. Lawrence Gonzi has announced that the new cabinet of ministers will include a parliamentary secretary for tourism who will be working within the office of the prime minister.