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UNWTO creates management strategy to help cities suffering from overtourism

A new report from the United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) has been created to highlight the effects of "overtourism", also helping the world's cities better manage the impact of tourism on their populations.
 

Freedom of movement to lead agenda at ETOA European Tourism Summit

This year's European Tourism Summit, which is being held in Lucerne next month, will focus on the threats on freedom of movement and other key issues facing the European tourism sector.
 

UKinbound appoints Joss Croft as CEO

UKinbound has named Joss Croft as its CEO, replacing Deirdre Wells, who stepped down from the role last month.
 

ExploreGB event to be held in Yorkshire in 2019

VisitBritain has announced that its flagship annual travel trade event, ExploreGB, is to be held in Harrogate, Yorkshire in 2019.
 

Bank holiday staycations provide UK economy with £1.75bn boost

An estimated seven million Brits holidayed at home during the August bank holiday weekend, providing the UK economy with a £1.75bn boost.
 

Indian Hotels Company to introduce Vivanta brand to UK

The Indian Hotels Company (IHC) will open and operate a Vivanta-branded luxury hotel at Heathrow Airport in London.
 

Non-EU travellers driving strong growth in UK's inbound tourism

Strong growth from a mix of overseas visitor markets made 2017 a "record year" for inbound tourism in the UK.
 

Historic properties lead the way as visitors flock to English attractions

Historic properties and attractions across England experienced significant growth in visitor numbers in 2017.
 

Hard Brexit is 'doomsday outcome' for Ireland, says tourism body

The event of a "no-deal" Brexit decision could prove disastrous for tourism in Ireland, with the Republic's industry representative warning that it could cost the sector €500m (US$586m, £444m) in lost revenue over the next several years.
 

Spending on leisure boosted by "record level' of consumer confidence

Spending on leisure activities increased dramatically during the second quarter of the year, driven by "record levels of consumer confidence".

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