Aviation, Travel and Tourism

How curiosity and globalization are driving a new approach to travel

A new survey finds younger travellers are more interested in collecting experiences than possessions. Image: REUTERS/Jason Reed

Kris Naudts

Founder and CEO, Culture Trip

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