From Asia to Europe to Central America, these eclectic properties are meant for discriminating clients seeking something more distinctive than cookie-cutter hotel stays.
The carrier will introduce three-times-a-week non-stop service to New York’s JFK International Airport.
Industry report places Turkey among the top five destination big-hitters this year, and the region continues to grow its visitor arrivals.
A new booking engine, and agent contest, is proof behind the tour company’s renewed relationship with the trade.
The road to China just got shorter, if you were in Hong Kong or Macau, that is.
Cruise lines and tour operators offer attractive packages to lure guests to the one-and-only natural phenomenon of Ecuador’s Galapagos.
Two new Evolution Class ships will be built, as well as a new expedition vessel that will serve the Galapagos Islands.
The Lufthansa Group has launched two different stopover plans with SWISS and with Brussels Airlines that include customizable land packages for one to four nights.
Americans took first place among international arrivals to Spain’s city of Barcelona in 2017 with a 10.6 percent rise. Leisure tourism made up 60 percent of the reason to visit the city while business tourism clocked in at an 8.1 percent increase.
Brown Hotels’ largest property to date, The Lighthouse, located in Tel Aviv's city center, will have its soft opening September 2018.