It’s long drawn tourists for its art and culture, but these days Venice is synonymous with something less appealing: overcrowding. The lagoon city, which has around 50,000 inhabitants in the centre, is swamped by around 20 million visitors a year – nobody is quite sure… Read More »Venice is planning to introduce a tourist tax. Is this a sign of things to come?
A recent US News & World Report survey shows that nearly three-fourths of Americans, ready to travel again but facing a shaky economy and high prices, have changed either their behavior or their travel budgets to make summer vacations a reality. About 22% have decreased… Read More »Survey: 71% Say Rising Costs Have Affected Summer Vacation Plans | Credit Cards
By SALLY FRENCH NerdWallet For some travelers, all-inclusive hotels conjure up images of flavorless food served under a heat lamp in lush and vibrant destinations where guests never actually leave the resort grounds. Lower-tier liquor flows freely (the good stuff will cost you more), as… Read More »2022 is the year of all-inclusive travel, and here’s why | Local business
In order to ensure that departments meet their target of including women in departmental planning, the National Treasury is expected to roll out the first phase of a strategy and roadmap for gender-responsive budgeting. Maite Nkoana-Mashabane, the Minister in the Presidency responsible for Women, Youth,… Read More »South Africa: Treasury to Roll Out Gender-Responsive Budgeting Strategy