July 18, 2018
London, UK, 18 July, 2018 – The British love of queuing is a dying national trait, research commissioned by TripAdvisor and backed by Professor Adrian Furnham has found.
While almost three quarters of the nation (73%) claim they’ve never queue jumped, this figure is in sharp decline amongst Britain’s youth as a battle of the generations plays out in queues across the country. Generation Z (18-24 y/os) are more than twice as likely to push in front than Baby Boomers (43% Gen Z vs 18% Boomers)****.
June 26, 2018Inaugural Awards Recognise the World’s Best Tours and Travel Activities
Tuscan Farmhouse Cooking Class is #1 Worldwide; Stonehenge, Bath and Lacock Day Trip Tops the List of UK Winners
LONDON, UK, 26 June 2018 – TripAdvisor®, the travel planning and booking site, today announced the winners of its first-ever Travellers’ Choice® awards for Experiences. The awards recognise...
June 13, 2018Ten Zen Escapes to Help Travellers Rejuvenate with Spa Resorts, Yoga Retreats, Healthy Restaurants
LONDON, UK, June 13, 2018 – TripAdvisor®, the travel planning and booking site, today announced the top wellness travel destinations around the globe. TripAdvisor identified destinations where...
May 23, 2018The historic London landmark also ranked among the world’s top 20
LONDON, UK, 22 May 2018 – Tower of London has today been named as the best-rated landmark in the UK in the Travellers’ Choice TM awards for Landmarks, announced by the travel planning and...
May 15, 2018Majorca & New York Most Popular Destinations for Brits This Summer But Ibiza And San Francisco Offer Best Bargains, TripAdvisor Data Reveals
LONDON, UK, 15 May 2018 – Majorca and New York are the most popular short and long haul destinations for Brits travelling abroad this summer, according to the travel and booking site,...