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The EU is to make it tougher for Russians to holiday in Europe as a sanction against the Kremlin’s invasion of Ukraine. But why not a total ban?
In the tourist hot spot of the Texas Big Bend, some raise concerns about taxes used to promote even more tourism.
With its sunshine and turquoise waters, Greece draws travelers worldwide. Now the government is promoting lesser-known islands.
"Within the next two-to-five-year span [...] we want to be a full-on bed and breakfast," said Tianna Yellowhair, co-owner of Tatanka Rez Tourz.
John Gibson, a director at Chobe Holdings, said that although the U.K.'s COVID travel bans hurt business, bookings are starting to pick up.
Where once the company fought regulations, now its pre-empting them with its own policies designed to curb bad behavior by renters.
U.S. cities and companies poised to welcome international travelers are focusing on domestic ones.
Could private buses disappear? For one Nashville company, the answer may be yes without congressional aid.