Topic: Luxury Travel News
West University Travel and CSB Travel will form River Oaks Travel, which will launch this fall and will be based in Houston, TX. Learn more here.
Virtuoso has wrapped its 31st annual Virtuoso Travel Week with a sold-out gala that attracted more than 3,000 luxury travel professionals. Here's a look at this year's closing event.
According to the report, EI (emotional intelligence) was an integral part of corporate cultures, but is now being undervalued. See more.
New research by Virtuoso shows that sales growth slowed significantly during the past three election years compared the the years prior. Here's what it means for 2020.
Go Local Tours are currently available for purchase and can be viewed in the “Explore Ashore” section of the company website. Read more.
In his 65 years Tom Stuker has flown the equivalent distance of 843 times around the world, clocking up more than 21 million miles and making him the human to have flown the furthest on the planet. Here's his story.
These will include 157 UNESCO World Heritage Sites across the year, along with access to events across the globe. See more.
She was commissioned by the organizers of The Queen’s 90th birthday celebration to create a work of art as a gift for Her Majesty. Read more.
The line has added 200 new ports of call, reaching a total of 330, and will embark on 50 new itineraries in 2020-21. Read more here.
The U.S. government stepped up its warnings to travelers to Hong Kong because of increasing violence surrounding pro-democracy protests in the city.