The successor to bankrupt Italian flag-carrier Alitalia faces an uphill battle to establish itself after low-cost rivals took advantage of the pandemic and a long restructuring process to…
53% of Brits would be unlikely to opt for Italy as a holiday destination after the Euro final heartbreak the Italian national team delivered on recently
1st Global Youth Tourism Summit from 23-25 August 2021 in Sorrento in Italy will be the first of this kind at the global level aiming to promote youth engagement in the tourism sector and…
ITA – Italia Trasporto Aereo, the newco Alitalia, must commence flight operations this summer, by June or July, Italy’s minister of economic development, Giancarlo Giorgetti, told the…
UNWTO has served as tourism’s global voice as the Tourism Ministers of the G20 nations met to devise a way forward for an inclusive, resilient, and sustainable recovery for the sector
Italy is ready to welcome the world again, tourism will come back strong.
WTTC said the unprecedented COVID-19 crisis has had a devastating impact on the travel and tourism and that clear rules and a protocol to restart international mobility will be crucial to…
The Italian parliament has approved a ban on large cruise ships entering the historic centre of Venice.
The most popular destination for holidaymakers hoping to get away this year is Italy
The roll-out of the COVID-19 vaccine worldwide is helping to restore confidence in travel and drive new bookings for 2021 and beyond
101-year-old Italian grandma, who lived through the Spanish Flu and WWII, has tested positive for coronavirus and survived three times in one year.
Scrapping the obligation for new arrivals to quarantine, Italy is offering Europe’s first ‘coronavirus-free’ flights to the US for passengers who have tested negative for Covid-19
EU Eco-Tandem Programme also aims to promote sustainable tourism by helping small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) become more innovative
Venice city authorities announced that the city would postpone the launch of a new tourist levy as it tries to recover from the COVID-19 crisis that has shattered visitor numbers.
the Italian Federation of Travel and Tourism Associations sent out an alarming message to the Italian government: “Travel agencies are disappearing; they do not exist for this government,”…
Over 30,000 new cases of COVID-19 infection have been confirmed in Italy in the past 24 hours, which is 2,000 more than on November 3, according to the latest reports.