As cruise lines are increasingly being given the green light to resume sailing once again around the world, excitement is undoubtedly high. But there's no denying the COVID-19 pandemic has brought on countless changes and ripple effects throughout the industry, even after some restrictions have eased. Thankfully, hope is on the horizon.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, the stage lights on Broadway and beyond were collectively dimmed, creating an unsettling and unfamiliar stillness we'd never before experienced. Now, the long, arduous intermission is over and the lights are shining as performers return to the stage to once again bring stunning art to the masses in-person.
With Millennials and Gen Z usually taking up much of the spotlight when it comes to trends and predictions, the generation coming up swiftly behind them—Gen Alpha—isn't often thought of. This generation, which includes those born after 2010, are anticipated to be tech savvy to the max, being the first generation to be born entirely in the 21st century.
Heritage and genealogy is a growing trend worldwide: VisitScotland found that of the total £8.87 ($10.39) billion tourism spend, heritage tourism accounted for £2.53 ($3.11) billion. Learn what travelers seek in a heritage or genealogy tour and how to get a share of the growing market.
At least 67% of people in the U.S. have now been fully vaccinated against COVID-19, spurring heightened levels of excitement and planning for the many trips we've all had to put on the backburner over the last year and half.