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Hotel prices in France, Italy, Poland, Portugal, Turkey and Cyprus have dropped to the lowest average price per night since January 2011, according to the February trivago Hotel Price Index (tHPI) reported monthly by hotel comparison website
Germany confirmed as number one source market for European destinations – Study by the European Travel Commission and shared with ITB Berlin provides information on the most important source markets for tourism to Europe
Amadeus has released its annual insights report titled 'Amadeus Business Travel Insights: Business travel gets personal', which charts the behaviour and aspirations of business travellers across the UK.
More than three quarters (76 per cent) of business travel buyers will have more money to spend in 2014 according to the annual business travel buyer survey carried out by the Business Travel Show. This is despite just 49 per cent of buyers being asked to book more trips.
The event provided representatives from euromic's 36 member DMCs the opportunity to reconnect with colleagues, welcome new members, discuss association and industry issues with client and media representatives and lay out plans for the years ahead.
The GBTA Foundation, the education and research arm of the Global Business Travel Association (GBTA), today announces the results of its latest GBTA BTI™ Outlook – Western Europe report, a semi-annual analysis of the five most critical business travel markets in Europe: Germany, the UK, France, Italy, and Spain.
Preliminary results point to bullish growth in international arrivals and overnights for destinations in Europe during the first quarter of 2014. Although not representative of full year results, early indicators are directionally significant, and high growth typically bodes for handsome growth throughout the year.
Condé Nast presents the 2nd Condé Nast Traveller Luxury Travel Fair in Russia, a travel-trade event that is becoming synonymous with the luxury travel industry.
According to the latest ETC report 'European Tourism in 2013 – Trends & Prospects', confidence is growing in the sector, as some of the factors underlying growth will persist into the next year. The ETC expects international tourism to grow between 3% and 4% in 2014.
European travelers spent more than €38 billion on travel activities in 2013, representing roughly 13% of the region's travel market.
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