• ETC's Bulletin Issue 7 Summer 2015 Download the latest issue here. Read more
  • ETC publishes new quarterly report European Tourism Towards Another Positive Year Results for the first quarter of 2015 mark a positive start for European tourism and provide encouraging signs for a steady continuation of the sector’s confident performance in recent years. The forward momentum calls for a joining of forces to sustain European tourism growth and remain competitive in an ever-changing global environment. Read more
  • Belgrade to host the ETC 90th General Meeting Following the invitation by the National Tourism Organisation of Serbia, the ETC General Meeting #90 will be held in Belgrade between 7th-9th October 2015. Read more
  • ETC announces partnership with ACI EUROPE General Assembly Significant discount negotiated exclusively for ETC members ETC is pleased to announce a partnership with ACI EUROPE ahead of their annual gathering of European airport CEOs and senior air transport executives, at the Hilton in Prague 24-26 June 2015. Read more
  • ETC-UNWTO International Seminar Decision-Making Process of Meetings, Congresses, Conventions and Incentives Organisers Join us on 11-12 June in Antwerp, Belgium! Read more
  • ETC elects a new executive team of Vice-Presidents The CEOs of Turismo de Portugal and the Icelandic Tourist Board along with Tourism Ireland’s central marketing director have been elected vice presidents of ETC. Read more
  • Long-Haul Travel Sentiment Survey Long-Haul Travel Sentiment Stays Strong and Bodes Well for European Tourism Despite political tensions, struggling economies and fierce competition, travel sentiment towards destinations in Europe remains positive for 2015. The first results of the Long-Haul Travel Sentiment Survey, a new joint initiative of the European Travel Commission (ETC), the European Tourism Association (ETOA) and the Eurail Group, show strong potential for growth in key long-haul markets. The survey is designed to provide the European tourism sector with early indications on travel demand developments from key non-European markets. Read more
  • ETC publishes new quarterly report European Tourism Finished Strong and Begins Shaky International tourism in Europe set a new record in 2014. For 2015, ETC expects the European tourism sector to continue growing around its long-term annual average growth. However, dark clouds seem to be gathering over the waters in which the European tourism has been sailing over the past years. Read more
  • ETC and FEST Collaborate Towards Sustainability in Tourism 2015 Summer School announced ETC recently signed an agreement with the Foundation for European Sustainable Tourism (FEST), committing to support governments, academies and organisations to plan, deliver and manage sustainable tourism programmes and projects. Read more
  • The Meaning of Travel and the Perception of Europe as Travel Destination Today’s travellers unquestionably desire unique experiences, and destinations respond to this request by designing and promoting experiences to add value to their goods and services. In line with global trends, the European Travel Commission (ETC) recently switched to a new marketing approach, where experiences and stories are at the heart of its promotional activities. Read more
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