The big online agencies, facing competition from Google as well as direct sales, are looking at a more cohesive travel experience as a way to win.
The Dutch government has just shelled out €200,000 for a new logo and marketing—and it wants to be called Netherlands, not Holland now.
With new restrictions on EU workers for Britain's tourism industry, operators are worried—but new rules for visitors worry them, too.
A sharp drop in Iceland's tourism numbers is starting to seriously worry the industry and government officials.
New rules, not issued yet, leave travel companies unsure what will happen to the growing Cuba travel business for Americans.
China's outbound tourism grew nearly 15% last year, with over 150 million overseas visits by Chinese travelers.
Canada's tourism continues to grow, including a surprising increase in tourism to areas controlled by Canada's First Nations.
The U.S. tops the list for income from tourism, but it's only #3 in numbers of visitors. Read to see why.
The top cities are still at the top, but newcomers in the second ten are changing the picture of world travel.
Bob Cranwell, the Amateur Emigrant, shares colorful thoughts on what it's like to lead a dozen or so travelers through remote areas of the world.
TripAdvisor is linking up with commercial content providers to provide a new type of experience for users.
After several years of rising numbers, Spain's tourism sector is stalling, and even experiencing some drops.
Orlando tops the list...but we always have to take a close look at what those numbers actually tell us.
An error in counting methods has led Iceland to overestimate the speed at which tourism has been growing.
Lost bags are becoming less and less common, but it's still a big expense for the industry and travelers. New technology may make it happen even less often.