Chinese tourists' travel preferences are changing, defining new trends for 2017.
An emerging class of Chinese travellers shows a particular interest towards wellness tourism.
Glamping is a growing trend, and combines contact with nature with luxury services.
GenZ, Millennials, GenX and Baby Boomers: each generation has its own travel habits and preferences.
Mountain tourism is a growing sector in the experiential tourism trend, paying attention to sustainability.
The business travel sector provides development opportunities to the sharing economy and to new Countries.
The LGBT community is an interesting tourism segment, and "welcome" is the keyword to meet them.
Gen Z's preferences and habits are influencing their families' travel motivations, defining new trends in the online promotion sector.
Car sharing is a growing trend in European cities, and finds growing potential in business travels.
The consolidation phase is expanding towards new sectors of the Travel & Tourism industry, including the wholesalers.
Platforms, metasearch and OTAs are being developed now also for the train sector.
Demand for wellness tourism is growing, making wellness segment one of the most profitable of the global economy.
In 2017, Brits are expected to travel more but taking new typologies of holiday.
The rising nuber of women travelling is bringing economic benefit to the Travel & Tourism industry.
A study reveals the main factors that will impact the travel insurance industry in 2017.