Diverse Mexico City's Offers Visitors New Adventures
Mirta Rodriguez Arechiga says those who will be visiting her hometown of Mexico City are certain to find traffic congestion – along with wonderful museums, great nightlife, upscale hotels and a thriving cultural scene, reports Ian Stalker in this week's digital edition of Travel Courier.
The... more ›
California Makes A Big Push In Canada
About 120 Toronto-area travel trade VIPs learned first hand that All Dreams Are Welcome in California, as a mega-delegation of the Golden state's top tourism executives greeted them at a reception and dinner (prepared by celebrity chef, Bob Blumer) last night (May 25).
“Tonight, we want to... more ›
Kissimmee Meets The Trade In Toronto
Kissimmee, Florida, is proud to have some entertainment industry giants close to its doorstep.
Denise Graham, Canadian representative for Experience Kissimmee Florida, says those staying in her central Florida city may actually find themselves closer to Walt Disney World than those staying in... more ›
Insight Vacations is offering Canadians a chance to experience Europe's fall colours, winter magic and spring blooms and discover the magic that's unique to those seasons.
Until August 31, 2017, travellers are encouraged to book early to get the best possible deal and can save up to 7.5% per... more ›
Princess Cruises has unveiled details of its 2018-2019 Americas cruise itineraries – including sailings to the Caribbean, Panama Canal, Mexico, Hawaii, the California Coast, and Alaska.
Now on sale, the upcoming season includes 12 ships, sailing to over 70 destinations on more than 40 unique... more ›
Arctic Kingdom says its new website makes the Canadian Arctic easier to explore.
The tour operator says dramatic landscapes, unique wildlife, culture, and bucket list experiences await those who visit the Arctic.
It adds that its “completely redesigned and mobile website inspires and... more ›
Universal Orlando Resort's Newest Theme Park Is A Blast
Amidst the threat of a tornado warning, Universal Orlando Resort offered a sneak peek at its newest theme park -- Volcano Bay -- yesterday, an impressive 25-acre water park which will celebrate its grand opening today (May 25), attended by PressToday's Greg Coates.
Replacing Universal's... more ›
Conference Board Forecasts 3.7% Rise In Overnights In 2017
The Conference Board of Canada is forecasting that with Canadian and foreign airlines expanding their fleets and adding direct connections to many destinations across the country, overnight visits are expected to increase by 3.7% in 2017.
Greg Hermus, associate director for The Conference... more ›
Avalon Waterways Unveils 16 Festive Cruises For 2018
Avalon Waterways is offering passengers a different way to see Europe, unveiling 16 festive cruises for 2018, offering them a chance to experience the sights, smells and tastes of Central Europe’s Christmas markets.
Stéphanie Bishop, managing director for Avalon Waterways Canadian office,... more ›
Trump Budget Targets Brand USA For Elimination
Unbelievable is probably the only printable version of what many in the US tourism industry are actually saying as the news that Donald Trump's new budget proposes the elimination of Brand USA.
In a statement following the release of the federal budget document, U.S. Travel Association... more ›