Media zone

Media zone

At a time when reliable, verified and universally accessible information is needed the most, UNWTO pledges to keep taking action delivering trusted data to tackle misinformation, support diverse media and build more resilient societies.

Media partnerships

Euronews
Forbes
Forbes Georgia
CNN International

UNWTO in the media

UNWTO Communication Resources

UNWTO provides the media with meaningful communications, echoing tourism's message the world over.

Destination Tracker

Destination Tracker

The first one-stop-shop for global information on COVID-19 related travel regulations it aims to build confidence among travellers and business and support policy making by providing a global overview of travel restrictions worldwide.
 

Recovery Tracker

Recovery Tracker

The UNWTO Tourism Recovery Tracker compiles all the relevant data in one place, giving governments and the private businesses the ability to track the recovery of tourism at global and regional level, alongside information on the top destinations for international tourism.

Travel Restrictions Reports

Travel Restrictions Reports

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused unprecedented consequences for societies, economies and tourism, which have been affected by the public health measures introduced by governments since the WHO declared COVID-19 a PHEIC.

World Tourism Barometer

World Tourism Barometer

The UNWTO World Tourism Barometer monitors short-term tourism trends on a regular basis to provide global tourism stakeholders with up-to-date analysis on international tourism. The report includes an analysis of the latest data on tourism.

Not to miss from UNWTO

WTD 2021

World Tourism Day 2021

UNWTO has therefore designated WTD 2021 as a day to focus on Tourism for Inclusive Growth.
 

UNWTO & WTM Ministers’ Summit 2021

WTM Ministers’ Summit

UNWTO & WTM Ministers’ Summit 2021: Investing in Tourism’s Sustainable Future
 

General Assembly

General Assembly

The General Assembly is the principal gathering of the World Tourism Organization.
 

For more information, contact the UNWTO Communications Department