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Brits rush to book holiday breaks abroad as restrictions easeopens in new window
As travel restrictions are eased and the UK Government has effectively scrapped the traffic light’s system, Brits didn’t hold back when planning holidays abroad again. By analysing some of the most-search destinations, online travel giant Booking.com has revealed Spain, New York and Dubai coming out top in the most-searched holiday spots.
06
Oct
2021
www.cityam.com
5 locations to explore Amsterdam’s LGBTQ+ historyopens in new window
Amsterdam-based travel leader Booking.com has introduced a new Proud Hospitality program to support accommodation providers in delivering more inclusive and welcoming experiences for LGBTQ+ travellers. Cities with multiple Proud Certified properties will be showcased on a designated Travel Proud page, where travellers can learn more about the initiative and find and book properties around the world that are Proud Certified. The Proud Hospitality training session that the company has developed in partnership with HospitableMe helps accommodation providers become a Proud Certified property on Booking.com through online training.
05
Oct
2021
drifttravel.com
BOOKING.COM REVEALS TRENDING DESTINATIONS AS TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS EASEopens in new window
Following the recent announcement of the end of the traffic light system and PCR tests for travel abroad, Booking.com are sharing some of the most-searched destinations Brits are seeking to go to this Autumn. As the rules continue to adapt to the ever-changing travel environment, Booking.com is making it easier than ever to plan your next trip and sharing latest search data that shows where Brits are looking to travel to, with this new sense of freedom.
04
Oct
2021
vergemagazine.co.uk
Travel like James Bondopens in new window
According to Booking.com research, 55 per cent of Indian travellers want to travel to a destination because of what they have seen in a movie or TV show. With a mission to make it easier for everyone to experience the world, the platform has delved into its more than 28 million listings across over 1,52,000 destinations to inspire fans of the movie to experience a slice of the secret agent life themselves with a stay in one of these famous filming locations for whenever it's safe and responsible to do so again.
03
Oct
2021
www.orissapost.com
Where are Indians travelling to this festive season?opens in new window
Booking.com recently shared key booking trends for India this festive season. With borders opening up, Indians are taking to the skies with the UAE, France and UK being the top 3 most booked international destinations by Indian travellers between October 1 to November 30, 2021. For Indians travelling domestically, they are booking destinations across the country from the beaches of Goa on the west coast, to the mountains and hills of Manali and Darjeeling up north. Hotels continue to be the top booked accommodation type by Indians travelling domestically. Besides hotels, Indians are also looking to stay in alternative accommodations like guesthouses, homestays, hostels, and apartments.
02
Oct
2021
travel.economictimes.indiatimes.com

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