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Reunion Island Tourism launches Mega Mascarun

The Mega Mascarun 2013 edition will be held on Reunion Island from June 9 to 14, 2013.

Seychelles and Emirates work together to further boost tourist arrivals

In a move to further boost arrivals to the archipelago, the Seychelles Tourism Board and Emirates held a joint workshop for European tour operators on May 28 at the Constance Ephelia Resort, Seychelle

City Fair in London: one-day B2B workshop with marketing opportunities for...

City Fair is a one-day B2B workshop being held on Monday, June 24, 2013 at Wembley Stadium in London.

Barcelona coach plan comes under scrutiny

Following an open letter to the Ajuntament (City Hall) of Barcelona regarding tour coaches in the city, the European Tour Operators Association (ETOA) took part in a meeting there on Tuesday, April 24

Opportunities and challenges for tourism between Russia and rest of Europe

Russian Ambassador-at-Large to the EU, Anwar Azimov, and the Director General of Home Affairs at the European Commission, Stefano Manservisi, will both deliver keynote speeches at ETOA’s forthcoming

Olympic Games causing tourism downfall in London

In a survey conducted among its members, the European Tour Operators Association (ETOA) has discovered that a major slump in leisure tourism bookings is underway.

Komodo-Flores, Indonesia’s latest exciting destination

“We don’t want our clients to fly over ten hours from Europe just for a two-day visit to

Hotel tax vote in Venice postponed

Following scenes of protest, walkouts by certain councillors, and ultimately a lack of quorum, the debate and vote on Venice’s proposed accommodation tax was delayed on Monday evening (June 20).

ETOA welcomes Italian round table on coach tourism

The main focus of the Italian round table forum is to look at how Italian cities handle their permit systems and the future of coach tourism in the country.

Egyptian unrest affects European travel sector

Political unrest in Egypt has battered the country’s crucial tourism industry and affected the European travel sector as well.