Paris’ Tourism Recovery: 5 Destinations Trends That Defined the Week of Feb. 26-Mar. 3
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Paris is back. Per Sojern’s Global Travel Insights Report, there was a near-50 percent drop of visitor arrivals after November’s terror attacks, but a recover began around mid-December. The New Year’s holiday saw a visitor spike and a brisk uptick continues. Click to get more details about what the year holds for Paris tourism.
Dropping by Disney World for just a day? That ticket just got a little more expensive. Disney has started a tiered pricing system, with the cost changing depending on the time of year — when things are at their peak, admission price is steepest, while the slowest times have the cheapest prices. Click to find out more.
The numbers are in, and it cannot be denied: travelers are noticing Belize in a big way. In fact, the Central American nation’s tourism board announced that 2015 visitor numbers were the most in the country’s history. This unprecedented uptick has been attributed to expanded airport service along with an abundance of cruise ship calls. Click to learn more.
The design of Dubai’s upcoming $2.8 billion theme park complex has been revealed. Slated to cover 9.5 square miles, the attraction will feature a Taj Mahal-inspired theater, Legoland, a movie-themed area complete with Smurfs village, a luxury hotel and much more. Click for details.
Spring may just a few weeks away, but there’s still some epic late-season skiing to enjoy on the West Coast. Just remember, T-shirt or tank top is optional, but traditional on the slopes, along with end-of-day puddle jumping. Click to find out the best places to go.
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