Dec
11
2019

Pinterest reveals 2020 travel trends

Open suitcase

Millions of people from around the world head onto Pinterest to be inspired for different aspects of their lives, from what to cook for dinner, what to gift your best friend or where to go on a singles holiday for over 60s. Pinterest keeps track of what their 320 million users are pinning, which identifies cultural shifts and consumer behaviour. The platform has recently published its annual Pinterest 100, which reveals the top trends in 2020 in seven categories; food, home, style, beauty, health, travel and family. Let’s take a look at the travel trend forecast for the upcoming year. Read the rest of this entry »

Dec
06
2019

Sustainable tourism charter created for Tunisia

Tunisia

Tunisia is a highly popular destination for British people looking for a family or last minute singles holiday, thanks to its warm climate, sandy beaches and beautiful towns. Because of this, the British Embassy in Tunisia has recently announced a UK/Tunisia Sustainable Tourism Charter, that aims to bring a more sustainable tourism industry. Read the rest of this entry »

Nov
27
2019

Montenegro tourism generates 1.16 billion euros

Montenegro

With spectacular mountain views, blue waters and medieval villages, Montenegro is a fantastic holiday destination, especially for those looking to enjoy an over 60s singles holiday. It has been revealed that tourism has generated 1.16 billion euros, which indicates a successful forthcoming winter season. Read the rest of this entry »

Nov
26
2019

PortMiami undergoing dramatic renovations

PortMiami in Florida

Travellers will be greeted with a new view at PortMiami thanks to more than a billion dollars’ worth of renovations.

PortMiami is the second-largest economic asset in the Miami-Dade County and contributes $43 billion annually to the local economy supporting more than 334,500 jobs in Southern Florida. It is widely regarded as the Cruise Capital of the World and has recently launched a new programme of renovations and improvements.

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