Travel Lemming has announced its top 30 underappreciated destinations to help reduce the impact of overtourism.
The top city in terms of hashtags was London with 118 million posts then Paris with 101 million followed by Nice and New York who received 87 million and 83 million respectively
The UK general election in December shouldn’t just be about Brexit. It should be about how we cushion the effects of Brexit, if and when we leave - and even if we don’t.
With gas clouds wreathed at its peak, it is a volcano island floating atop the ocean, off the coast of Hokkaido. It can come as no surprise that Rishiri island is proving a paradise for adventurers.
The secretive Middle Eastern country has launched a new tourist visa, opening its doors to European visitors.
Euronews reporter Naomi Lloyd discovers that Tokyo is a city of contrasts - where rich traditions sit alongside futuristic innovation.
The Okinawa archipelago in Japan is breaking records in terms of long life. Made up of 160 islands bordered by the Pacific Ocean with a subtropical climate, we meet friendly Okinawans who show us why it’s a great place to live (for a very long time).
Boasting beautiful scenery, hot springs and traditional medicine, Sanya is a tropical retreat for visitors, looking to relax and rejuvenate.
Not only do small distillers generate local jobs and revenue, they are increasingly a huge draw for tourists looking to experience the unique craft and heritage of Europe’s spirit sector.
Yokohama: Japan's harbour city
The Malibu mansion has been listed on holiday rental site Airbnb and features an infinity pool with waterslide, a cinema and a meditation space.
Saudi Arabia has opened its doors to tourism. We're here to give you the lowdown on what it's really like.
With the World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) hosting it's 2019global summit in Nur-Sultan, we look at how they're using tech to become a "smart city".
Explore Angola: Ecotourism in Cuando Cubango
Seattle's Pike Place Market attracts throngs of tourists every day but follow a cobbled street down beneath the market and you'll discover something altogether less wholesome...Seattle's infamous 'Gum Wall'.
Euronews travelled to Nice to take part in the 4th edition of the Franco-Chinese Cultural forum. A presentation and meeting, attended by dignitaries from both nations, was held at the beautiful Opera house in Nice on Wednesday.
Last weekend a train had to make an emergency stop to avoid hitting a group of tourists. Authorities have said dozens of cafés must now close by this weekend.
50,000 goats, 3,000 humans - Samothraki's chefs like those odds
Spain launches €300 million plan to combat the economic fallout of the collapse of Thomas Cook, acting Tourism Minister Reyes Maroto said.
From scuba diving in crystal clear waters, to hiking in stunning mountain scenery, Sanya is a huge favourite with tourists looking for adventure. The nightlife is vibrant too, ranging from romantic dining to live music.
A Spanish trade union has criticised Madrid's Royal Palace over working conditions.
The ultra-conservative Muslim kingdom has a wealth of tourist sites to be explored, but will they come?
Businesses and tourism workers across Europe are feeling the shockwaves of Thomas Cook's collapse. In Greece, people working for the company's hotels fear they will not get paid. Today, the UK Civil Aviation Authority announced over 16,000 holidaymakers will be flying back to the country.
From traditional street food to Michelin-starred restaurants, Shanghai boasts a colourful and vibrant food scene - with its own distinctive flavours. Euronews' Metropolitan scours the buzzing mega-city - meeting some of its best chefs and sampling some of its gastronomic delights.
The firm requires an additional €226 million to survive, in addition to the €1 billion it raised last month in a recapitalisation plan with Chinese shareholder Fosun.
Matera’s year as European Capital of Culture is drawing to a close. But its legacy will remain thanks to the enthusiastic involvement of local residents.