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Young people’s revenge travel drives surge in hostel and hybrid hotel occupancy

David Chapman, Director General of WYSE Travel Confederation shares his thoughts on what makes young people hit the book button The non-profit member organisation is representing the youth travel segment on the main stage at ITB Berlin. What are the main factors which young people look at when booking a trip? This depends on the kind of…

Bright future for Curaçao after record breaking numbers in 2022

Curaçao is now focusing on surpassing the 500,000 tourists mark in 2023. The Curaçao Tourist Board (CTB) reported a record-breaking number of stayover visitor arrivals in 2022. It is the first time that the Caribbean island came close to half million stayover visitors. With a total of 489,558 tourists, Curaçao was only 10,442 visitors short…

Western Australia reconnects with continental Europe through Rome-Perth flight

The state is looking to attract travellers with its "authentic adventures" at ITB Berlin 2023. Australian airline Qantas is once again offering direct flights between Rome and Perth, the capital of Western Australia after a successful inaugural start in 2022. The airline is building on the success of the direct connection between London and Perth…

Luxury and off-the-beaten track tailored tours around the pacific

ANZ Nature Tour will be presenting its services to tour wholesalers, travel agencies and tour organisers, as well as educational organisations at ITB Berlin 2023. The full-service inbound tour operator offers travel packages for New Zealand, Australia and the Pacific Islands, from 5 star hotels on Fiji’s white sandy beaches, to pamper packages in Sydney…

Berlin welcomes ITB back home

Finally, ITB Berlin is back in the German capital. Burkhard Kieker, CEO VisitBerlin, discusses the city's tourism industry and top attractions in an exclusive interview with ITB Berlin News 2022 has been a better year than expected for Berlin with tourist arrivals and hotel occupancy almost back to 2019 levels. For Burkhard Kieker, CEO VisitBerlin,…

Berlin Brandenburg International focuses on frequencies

Berlin Brandenburg Airport (BER) is the official Airport Partner of ITB Berlin 2023. An opportunity for ITB Berlin News to talk to Aletta von Massenbach, CEO BER Airport. How has BER Airport performed in 2022 and what are your forecasts for this year?After two years affected by Covid19, we recovered in 2022. Although the beginning…

WHERE TO GO IN BERLIN

Berlin remains one of the most exciting destinations for foodies. The city may be described as a laboratory for the latest trends, cuisines and concepts. Take a culinary trip through Berlin's restaurants.... Try l'EntrecĂ´te, a typical French restaurant in the heart of Berlin... ADVERTORIAL "C'est bon". Don't be surprised to hear some French expressions at…
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