Overseas tourism to Scotland rose by 10% in a year while the number of European tourists jumped 19%, according to new figures.
Fishing tourists spending £86m a year in Scotland are going overseas because of plummeting salmon stocks, experts have warned.
The Forth Bridge has been compared to the Egyptian pyramids and the Alhambra fortress in Spain as a new tourism strategy for the area was launched.
Scotland’s £334 million music tourism industry is at risk unless it wins official support and protection, experts warn.
Whether we like it or not, Brexit and its unknown final outcomes will have some effect on almost all our industries.
Seaside towns must be inspired to reinvent themselves to become prosperous and desirable places to live and visit, peers have urged.
Scottish tourism chiefs have launched a television campaign to lure more visitors from England.
Nicola Sturgeon has praised a campaign urging Europe to continue its “love affair” with Scotland in the face of Brexit.
Tourism Secretary Fiona Hylsop has said the Scottish Government will bring forward legislation that could result in a new levy being charged on hotel stays – despite refusing to say if she supports the change.
The opening of the V&A Dundee has helped boost visitor numbers at nearby attractions by up to 40%, according to new research.
Councils in Scotland will not be able to bring in a tourist tax on hotel stays until the 2021 season at the earliest, Fiona Hyslop has said.