Line between business and leisure travel is blurring

Marriott International CEO Tony Capuano told CNBC on Monday the distinction between business and leisure travel is fading, a welcome development for the hotel operator as it recovers from the coronavirus pandemic.People going on vacations and other personal trips has...

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Fashion Pupil Discount

"85 % of the day by day needs in water of the whole inhabitants of India would be lined by the water used to grow cotton within the nation. 100 million people in India do not have entry to drinking water." says Stephen Leahy from The Guardian. Huge quantity of recent...

The top 5 reasons to hike the Inca trail to machu picchu | Focus

Located at the top of the Andes in Southern Peru, Machu Picchu is one of the most popular tourist destinations worldwide. As a UNESCO World Heritage site and a highly regulated Peruvian Historical Sanctuary, it’s also an exciting spot for history enthusiasts. Visiting...

UK Reveals Countries’ Traffic-Light Status, US Travel Sector Reacts

To help quash the U.K.’s latest COVID-19 surge, the British government is presently banning all non-essential international travel as part of England’s lockdown roadmap, although a cautious reopening strategy has been teased for several weeks now.Today, answering much...

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What COVID-era travel changes are likely here to stay?

(NerdWallet) – The COVID-19 pandemic changed the way the world works, eats, communicates and, yes, how it travels. Over the course of the last year, we’ve seen a myriad of changes in the travel industry, from in-flight meal service adjustments to the outright banning...

Roger Federer on His New Gig: Swiss Tourism Spokesman

I love to walk through small villages where life is still normal. Small places where people are driving tractors and there is one baker, one church. The people in these places aren’t multitasking. They go about their days in a normal way. Someone shows up and they...

Now open: From the Bahamas to the Leaning Tower of Pisa and more

(CNN) — It's not been an easy year running a travel news desk. Openings, closings, ever-changing guidance -- there's been a lot for CNN Travel to monitor. What it has made us, however, is Covid travel experts. Now that the world is starting to open back up, we'll be...

Record 1.7 million flew Friday

Nothing gets Americans on planes during a global pandemic like holidays and Mother's Day weekend has been no exception.On Friday, a record 1.7 million people were screened at security checkpoints, rewriting the record set just 24 hours earlier, when about 1.64 million...