CLIA voices support for new European cruise safety guidelines
The new guidelines aim to set a benchmark for maritime operations in the EU, bringing European summer cruises one step closer. Woo-hoo!
Tourists can now travel for free in Luxembourg by train, bus and tram
Have a few tight-arse Millennial clients who are keen to travel to Europe? Luxembourg might just be the perfect fit.
STUDY: The most recommended souvenirs from a European holiday
Can’t leave a country until your suitcase is overflowing with small plastic replicas of landmarks entangled amongst about 600 fridge magnets? We’ve got just the thing.
EasyJet’s clever new ad is like a European holiday in under a minute
Need another reason to convince your clients that Europe is the place to be in 2020? This clever ad might do the trick.
Trafalgar unveils 2020 Europe and UK trips, new itineraries and $699 air deal
Travel Weekly’s editor was at the unveiling of Trafalgar’s new offerings last night in Sydney, until he had to make a swift exit after tearing a hole in the crotch of his pants.
Marriott launches premium home-rental competitor to Airbnb
by Christian Fleetwood
In a case of ‘anything you can do, I can do better’, Marriott has unveiled its very own premium rental platform to take on Airbnb.
Road & Rail
Eurail announces brand new product and pricing changes for 2019
What’s the best way to kick off 2019? By booking a trip, obviously. Luckily, Eurail has announced some massive pricing changes!
ATTN Art lovers: You NEED to add these galleries to your bucket list
Did you get kicked out of the Louvre for trying to sneak in a bottle of wine like we did? Lucky for you (and us), Europe had plenty more galleries on offer.
RESEARCH: Many European cities don’t want tourism caps
New research shows many cities suffering from ‘overtourism’ don’t want caps in place. The only cap we want this morning involves three shots of coffee and five sugars.
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