Friday, January 21, 2022

Tag: Tourism

Europe is opening for travel, but cruises in Florida may be...

Some European nations are opening to vaccinated plane travelers and cruise ship customers. Passengers willing to go to Europe will have to carry a green...

Tourism returns to Miami with some roadblocks

As vaccines make their way across the country, Miami is experiencing tourism growth. But, although crowds of spring-breakers flocked to the city’s beaches in...

Are Miami Beach guidelines enough to make spring break safe? (includes...

Aside from setting a curfew, closing down causeways and dispersing crowds with pepper balls, Miami Beach is enforcing new safety measures during spring break....

Will Magic City Innovation District improve or damage Little Haiti? (includes...

(Story by Edvina Paul/Video by Edvina Paul and Gabriela Enamorado) A growing number of businesses in Little Haiti are struggling to keep their lights on...

Coral Gables restaurants respond to the $15 minimum wage increase

On November 3, Floridians voted to raise the minimum wage from $8.56 to 15 dollars an hour. Starting on September 21, 2021, it will...

The South Florida economy is struggling, but many still worry about...

The COVID-19 pandemic has greatly impacted South Florida. Business owners, students and many others have been hit by restaurant and other closings. Now they...

Travel incentives abound, but are they enough to convince wary tourists?

Some countries, airlines, cruise companies and hotels are offering special deals to incentivize travel amid the COVID-19 pandemic. COVID-19 caused many countries to implement travel...