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Grenada’s tourism officials have unveiled a new sign that not only showcases the unique selling points of Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique but also allows visitors to create and share memories of their visit to the Eastern Caribbean tri-island nation.

On display at the Melville Street Cruise Ship Terminal in the capital of St. George’s, the new sign is a powerful symbol and a representation of Grenada’s unique selling points that will no doubt inspire more visitors to explore the “Spice Island” of the Caribbean.

With Valentine's Day just around the corner, the NH Hotel Group rounds up what's happening at some of its five-star properties in Northern Europe for a Valentine's escape to remember. From love-inspired menus and complimentary gifts to couples' massage packages, here is why these NH Collection properties (the Group's upper upscale brand) offer the perfect base for a relaxing mini break.

The first meeting of the Committee for Made in Italy was held at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation. Participating was the Ministries of Economy and Finance (MEF), Agriculture and Food Sovereignty, and Forestry and Tourism.

The Committee for Made in Italy in the world (CIMIM) is made up of a body set up by the government last November and is co-chaired by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, the Ministry of Enterprise, and Made in Italy.

A new Bottega Prosecco Bar has just opened in the international departure area of Istanbul Airport. This is an extremely prestigious location, as it is located in the middle of the Luxury Hall surrounded by the boutiques of the most important and famous fashion brands.

Istanbul Airport has significantly increased its air traffic in recent years, becoming one of the world's major hubs.

When Barbados hosts the 41st annual Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA) Caribbean Travel Marketplace this May, the first time in CHTA’s history, the island’s local hotel and tourism association will introduce to the global travel community one of its newly minted leaders.

Following the recent departure of two chief executive officers – Rudy Grant, now Barbados’ Consul General in Miami, and then cruise industry veteran Geoffrey Roach – Ryan Forde will become CEO of the Barbados Hotel and Tourism Association (BHTA) on February 13.

Everyone at easyJet is sorry to see the news about Flybe and understand the anxiety that their customers will be facing now.

easyJet is working to help affected passengers by offering a dedicated rescue fee for customers up until 5 February. A fare of £49 for domestic routes and £79 for international routes including a 15kg hold bag will be available on presentation their original Flybe booking reference.

The Caribbean Tourism Organisation (CTO) has started 2023, a year it sees as one of growth for the regional body, by welcoming the United States Virgin Islands (USVI) as its 25th member country. One of the leading destinations in the Caribbean, the USVI, joins the organisation of regional tourism leaders at a time when the CTO seeks to refocus its mandate on shaping the Caribbean tourism sector of the future. 

Knowing how to tackle fear of flying and ease flight anxieties can be crucial for those hoping to travel.

Flying can be a nerve-wracking experience for many, however, these anxieties can be restricting and unpleasant. Therefore, knowing the best ways to tackle aviophobia and ease these anxieties can be crucial for those hoping to travel.

Italy Minister of Tourism (MITUR) Daniela Santanchè called for a press conference at the ministry seat to announce the availability of 1.380 billion euros.

These funds have been loaned by the PNRR, the National Recovery and Resilience Plan, and the opening of the platform for the measurement of the PNRR promoted by MITUR and managed by Invitalia, the National agency for investment attraction and business development S.p.A, which envisages a revolving fund for tourism, amounting to 1 billion and 380 million euros for accommodation facilities which will allow the start of energy redevelopment, anti-seismic, restoration, rehabilitation, and digitization works, as well as the purchase of furnishings and construction of swimming pools and spas.

Single women love to travel to Greece and Turkey, to experience the monuments of ancient architecture. These women are seen as active seniors. Traveling solo doesn’t mean you have to be completely on your own

Some of us have played around with traveling alone for one reason or another. This is especially true in the post-pandemic environment where we all want to make up for lost time on the road.

Five months into her role as CEO of Nassau Paradise Island Promotion Board (NPIPB), Joy Jibrilu has her sights set on raising up the next generation of Bahamians to ensure the future of the archipelago’s tourism industry is better and brighter than ever.

“It has been an incredible experience to discover even more about the great work that Nassau Paradise Island Promotion Board has done over its 53 years in existence,” said Jibrilu, while recognizing the vision and dedication of Sir Lynden Pindling, Sir Clement Maynard, and George Myers in laying a strong foundation for the organization’s work.

The British Office for National Statistics reported that the cost of air travel in the United Kingdom has been rising at the fastest rate ever, accelerating sharply from an increase of 24.3% in November, to a 44.4% spike in December, compared with the previous year.

Current air travel costs increase is the country’s largest year-on-year surge in air fares since at least 1989, with industry analysts saying that it could be a sign that budget travel is coming to an end in the UK.

The much-awaited Caravan, Camping and Motorhome Show returns to the NEC, Birmingham, from the 21 - 26 February, kicking off the New Year with the UK’s biggest start of year display of tents, camping equipment, Leisure Vehicles and trailer tents.

With destinations from the UK and beyond also at the Show, including campsites, holiday parks and day-out destinations, there’s plenty on offer for those with a love of the outdoors to start planning their next trip on the road. 

Accomplished tourism professional Latia Duncombe is no longer acting as the country’s top tourism executive. She has been named Director General of Tourism, Investments & Aviation for the Bahamas.

“During the past year, Mrs. Duncombe has brought energetic leadership to our senior executive management team at the Ministry of Tourism, Investments & Aviation,” said Deputy Prime Minister I. Chester Cooper, who is also the minister responsible for the tourism sector.