World Cup Effect News
A year after the World Cup - a strong tourism brand for Cape Town is vital
The international tourism industry has struggled hard to battle declines in turnover, as the effects of the global recession linger on.
World Cup price warning to UK hoteliers
As the decision on the location of the 2018 World Cup looms, an online travel expert is warning hoteliers not to try and cash in too heavily on the anticipated increase in visitors to the UK.
South African Hotel Managers Optimistic of Continued Growth After the World Cup
A recent survey of Hotel Managers in South Africa by Horwath HTL, the World’s largest firm of hotel consultants, shows that they are optimistic about growth continuing after the World Cup.
Obama effect and World Cup boost Africa tourism
A double boost from Obama’s Kenyan ancestry plus the 2010 World Cup is helping to give African tourism an unprecedented boost and buck the global tourism downturn, according to the head of the UN World Tourism Organisation.
Southern Africa readies for sport tourism boom
As excitement builds ahead of the 2010 World Cup in South Africa, many other countries in the region are also holding high expectations of a tourism boom. Countries across the region have made huge investments in the hope that large numbers of fans travelling to watch the World Cup will decide to visit them too.
Holiday rentals site spots World Cup effect
The ‘World Cup Effect’ meant Germany has been the top performingdestination for holiday home rentals in the first half of 2006, accordingto data from www.Holiday-Rentals.co.uk.