Stark tourism’s weekly update
Stark Tourism Weekly Update
03 November 2016, Issue 9
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Asian Travellers Shift Interest To ‘Less Sensitive' European Cities
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Recent terror incidents in a number of popular European destinations, such as France, Belgium and Germany, have dented overall Asian interest in the region and created new favourites on travellers’ wish list. However, Asian travellers are not giving the whole of Europe a wide berth. Instead, demand has simply shifted away from trouble spots to cities that are perceived to be safer. Read More...
Why Are Europe's Hotels So Worried About OTAs?
The tug-of-war between travel suppliers and intermediaries is a constant battle in Europe's fragmented lodging market. OTAs have had a stronger pull. Read More... 
Luxury Travellers Target Peaceful Nations Over Traditional Luxury Destinations
Travel Leaders Group, North America’s largest leisure and corporate travel agency, conducted a survey among their luxury travel agents. Read More...
Capsule Hotels: Small Spaces With Big Potential
Sleeping in a box which is 2 meters long and a little over 1 meter high and wide is becoming the low-cost choice  of international travellers. Read More...
Cheapest Time For Indians To Book Hotels When Travelling Abroad
"Best Time to Book" Holiday report, reveals the least expensive times to book hotels in popular global destinations for the December and New Year's Eve holidays. Read More...
German Travel Market Changing Preferences
The German travel market has reportedly shrunk for the first time after years of growth because of the crisis in Turkey. The outbound travel revenues decreased  Read More...
Number Of Tourists In Venice To Be Limited?
Mass tourism harms the city as well as their businesses. Confartigianato's survey revealed that hit-and-run tourism does not bring any income. Read More... 
Four Booking Behaviours Driving Travellers & Six Personas
Together with Ipsos,TripAdvisor asked travellers how they book their vacations and discovered four booking behaviour trends and six distinct traveller personas. Read More...
Most Indians Will Travel For The Love Of Food In 2017
Gastronomy is top of mind for Indians when going on trips.Most Indians go to fine dining restaurants once or twice per year. Read More...
 
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