The price of plane tickets has increased by 21.2% since the start of the war

Airfares have risen 21.2% worldwide since the start of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, according to the online travel company Kiwi, which assures that Spain manages to overcome the impact of the crisis since the international reserves place it as one of the most requested destinations for the summer season, along with Italy, Greece and … Read more

Tourism: the reasons for the strong reactivation of travel and hospitality in Colombia – Sectors – Economy

It took more than two years between the onset of the pandemic and shutdowns, including global restrictions when the omicron variant of covid-19 emerged, for the country’s tourism, both domestic and overseas, to begin to show more robust signs of reactivation. (Read: Bets on the country’s economic growth in 2022 point to 4.7%) This week, … Read more

Galloping inflation makes celiacs even fatter: 1,000 euros per year

Inflation is out of control with an increase of 9.8%. Something that hasn’t been seen in Spain since 1985. Complete the the basket is a ‘test’ for many families, but “the most unfair of taxes” is multiplied “by three, even by four” for people suffering from a certain type of eating disorder such as celiacs, … Read more

Tourism, the other victim of the war in Europe

What Russia, the largest country in the world, is at war, has consequences of all kinds and in all areas, including in tourism. Globally – declining reserves, rising fuel, inflation, fear – and most importantly, in Russian tourism as an outbound and inbound market. After travel came to a screeching halt during the pandemic, Russians … Read more

The attractions that Expo Dubai offers its visitors – Travel – Life

The first world exhibition it was held in 1851 in London, with the slogan title Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of All Nations. (You may be interested: Three alternatives to fulfill the dream of sleeping among the clouds). The aim was to show the world the latest technological advances and bring together the … Read more

The Next Big Addiction Treatment

There’s been a lot of research in recent years that suggests that psychedelic drugs can help people manage mental health issues like depression, anxiety, chronic pain, and even eating disorders. But a growing body of data points to one as the main contender for treating the incurable disease of drug addiction. REUTERS/Yves Herman/Illustration/File Photo Psilocybin, … Read more

uncertainty for tourism in Europe

Diego Sanz, a tour guide on Spain’s southeastern Mediterranean coast, received his first booking from an international group in mid-February, after more than a year. “Here we live in paradise, and we were sure that when the covid restrictions are lifted we would have no problem more and tourists would come back to us like … Read more

Machu Picchu First Had Another Name, Researchers Say

For decades, the awe-inspiring ruins that have drawn hundreds of thousands of tourists to Peru each year have been called Machu Picchu, or “Old Mountain” in Quechua, the language of the Incas spoken by millions today. The name is on all the signs welcoming visitors to the settlement in the Andes, above the Urubamba River … Read more

Chile to ease entry requirements for tourists from May 1

Chili will do it entry requirements for tourists from the 1st May. The measures will be announced by the new government of Gabriel Boric, one month after taking office, and before the pressure from tourism sectors that this summer they suffered a low 90% of visits that they had in the pre-pandemic. The measures were … Read more