Whether its destinations or demographics, safaris or family travel, it’s clear that travel advisors embrace specialization because it allows them to stand out with customers.
Industry experts talk about the new era of luxury, and how to meet traveler’s expectations in the growing luxury sector.
With sections dating back to the 12th century, this three-floor conversion sitting by the Rhône personifies Europe’s rich historical significance and architectural beauty.
The British scene offers a heady blend of heritage and modernity, unforgettable authenticity, and a hyper-localized experience to attract affluent American travelers.
Travel Market Report’s new Outlook on Niche Travel and Specialization answers that question and more.
A collection of five palazzi (Venetian palaces), with one dating back to the 17th century, make up the fully renovated and culturally rich hotel.
It's part of the German hoteliers larger expansion plans.
Featuring charming Old-World squares, castles, and churches, as well as its natural wonders from forests to seas and lakes, Central Europe boasts many of the most Instagram-worthy spots on the planet.
“Be creative and target your audience. Where are they? What do they like to do? The possibilities are limitless. It’s only limited by your imagination.
1. Commit to your specialty
2. Learn how to identify your ideal customers
3. Value your time and introduce a service fee
4. Choose your partners wisely, but have more than one
5. Invest in education and professional development