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Nightly rates rise across European hotels

Despite the economic downturn it seems demand for a European getaway is strong enough for hotels to keep on raising costs. According to new data from price comparison website Trivago, nightly rates rose 10 percent across the Continent's hotels in February, with cities in Turkey and Italy recording the biggest rises whilst London and Geneva retained their top spots in the price stakes.

European distressed property to rise in 2011

The RICS' latest Global Distressed Property Monitor suggests Germany, Hungary, Ireland and the UK will see large spikes of distressed property coming onto the market this year.

Europe dominates world tourism rankings

European nations make up seven of the world's top 10 most competitive tourist markets, according to a World Economic Forum report published this week. Switzerland, Germany and France topped the list, all rating highly for their sophisticated infrastructure, price competitiveness and natural and cultural attractions.

More European tourists opt for rail travel

Inter-European rail ticket agent Eurail reported an 11.9% increase in sales last year, indicating that more tourists than ever are opting for train journeys over flying.

European property market picking up, says RICS report

The Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors latest European Property Review indicates many of the Eurozone's major markets, including the Nordic countries, Germany and France, are coming out of the recession-era slump.

1 in 6 European homes are overcrowded

Despite the growing affluence of the Eurozone, a large percentage of families across the continent are still stuffed into overcrowded homes.

Budget air carrier to start Japan-Europe flights

New Japanese low-cost airline Skymark has purchased a large fleet of A380s and may start long-haul routes to Europe in the coming years.

European commercial property set to grow

Office rents across the major European capitals are expected to increase in the coming year, stimulating demand for buy to let commercial investors.

Fines to lessen Euro economic imbalances

Under European Commission proposals to lessen the economic imbalances, countries in Europe could face fines for uncompetitive wages or house prices...

New Bond Street topping rental charts

A report by property firm Cushman & Wakefield has revealed New Bond Street in London is Europe's most expensive retail location with rates soaring by 19.4% on year...
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2022/09/25 05:46:07am