Two police forces are urging tourists to plan their visit ahead of the bank holiday weekend.
The global tourism industry has been devastated by the coronavirus pandemic, with 320 billion US dollars (£244 billion) lost in exports in the first five months of the year and more than 120 million jobs put at risk, the UN chief has said.
A police force is experiencing “unprecedented demand” due to an influx of tourists.
Scottish tourism businesses should target people from the UK and Germany as they try to recover from the lockdown, according to researchers.
There has been concern over the local lockdown’s impact on the tourism sector, which only officially "reopened" three weeks ago when guests were allowed to stay in hotels again following the lifting of restrictions.
KLM will be increasing the number of daily flights between Aberdeen and Amsterdam next week.
Some of England’s best-known tourist attractions will reopen to the public this weekend following the gradual easing of the Covid-19 lockdown.
The Duke of Sussex has urged the travel industry to “build back better” after Covid-19 as he made his first public appearance since a series of royal revelations were published.
The Government has been urged by MPs to do more to promote an extension of the UK’s summer holiday season to boost the struggling tourism industry.
The decision to allow Scots to enjoy quarantine-free trips to Spain was not made as a result of pressure from the travel industry, Nicola Sturgeon has insisted.
Quarantine restrictions for Scottish sun-seekers travelling to Spain are to be lifted this week, the Scottish Government has announced.
Retiring British Airways’ fleet of Boeing 747s is part of preparations for “a very different future”, according to the airline’s boss.
Skye is “highly vulnerable” to the downturn in international visitors amid the coronavirus pandemic, a report has warned as it revealed tourism generated £211 million for the island last year.
British Airways has retired its fleet of Boeing 747s with immediate effect.
British Airways is to retire its fleet of Boeing 747s with immediate effect.
Plans to create a £7 million visitor centre, museum and restaurant at a Scottish landmark have been revealed.
Business leaders hope the new Rediscover Your Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire campaign will bring a welcome boost to the north-east’s hospitality and tourism industries.
People feeling stressed by lockdown are being invited to let off steam by having their screams played over loudspeaker in a remote part of Iceland.
Visitors are being urged to be “considerate” to communities as Scotland’s tourism sector reopens.
British tourists can expect to experience “90% of normality” as flights and holidays restart for the UK’s biggest tour operator.
Frontline health heroes are being offered five years' worth of free stays at the world famous Gleneagles Hotel.
From innovative, theatrical drinks to app ordering services, here’s what a trip to your favourite cocktail bar will look like
While beer gardens are in full swing and restaurants set to reopen next week, cocktail bars are taking things a little slower to perfect their intimate offerings.
Nicola Sturgeon has told Scots hoping to enjoy a summer break abroad that she will not simply rubber-stamp UK Government plans to allow quarantine-free travel.
Gordon Campbell Gray, owner of The Three Chimneys on Skye, says he feels ashamed by recent scenes discouraging visitors from over the borders and beyond.
The Government’s list of countries and territories which English tourists can visit without self-isolating on their return has been branded a “mess”.
‘We can’t allow ourselves to be dragged along’: Nicola Sturgeon urges Scots to back local tourism amid air bridges row
Nicola Sturgeon has urged Scots to consider booking a holiday at home amid a growing row over the UK Government's "shambolic" handling of plans to ease quarantine rules for air travellers.
Among the announcements made by First Minister Nicola Sturgeon was the relaxation of the five-mile limit on travel for leisure purposes from today.
Face coverings to become compulsory in shops from next week as physical distancing is relaxed in attempt to boost economy
Face coverings are to be compulsory in Scottish shops from the end of next week, as physical distancing is relaxed in retail and hospitality sectors as well as public transport.
A tourism body is recruiting new additions to its board of directors to play their part in recovery of the sector.
Opening Scottish tourism businesses on July 15 – later than England’s date of July 4 – will cost the industry millions of pounds, the Scottish Conservatives say.