New Members This Month


ETOA is proud to be home to over 1,200 members who trust us to help them do better tourism business in Europe. On these pages we recognise our newest members and welcome them to our community. New ETOA members listed here include buyers from across Europe as well as the USA and Australia along with a wide range of leading European suppliers.

We are particularly pleased to be welcoming record numbers of new buyers from across the world to ETOA membership as a result of our Voluntary Contribution approach to membership fees for 2021. This means that for the first time we are excited to be welcoming a number of important new buyers from Mexico along with new buyer members from Brazil, the USA, and the Philippines amongst many others. These new tour operator and wholesaler members are all keen to do more business with our supplier members whilst also supporting our events and research activities.

Full details of all our new members are available by following the link below.

Featured Members


Flywire is a global payments enablement and software company, helping the travel industry reduce costs and improve the guest experience. We use our platform, proprietary payment network and travel-specific software to help clients get paid, and help their customers pay with ease, no matter where they are in the world.

Cuma Travel

Cuma Travel is an Italian Tour Operator with over 30 years of experience providing travel packages and services in Europe. Our business is currently focused on destination Paris, with the brand, a popular travel guide and an online platform for travel cards, museums, and activities.

Spotlight Interview

Interview with Thomas Desmurs, Director, Dijon Tourist Board

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Dijon will soon be home to a new site that will enhance the city’s attractivity. The Gastronomy and Wine Cité, located at the heart of the city, will offer a great variety of activities with top venue facilities, restaurants, local shops, museums, Ferrandi schools, cinemas, habitat and so on.

The Gastronomy and Wine Cité will host the biggest wine tasting centre in Europe with 3000 different wines that visitors can taste. In addition, Dijon has been chosen by the International Organisation of Vine and Wine to host their headquarters from 2024, which will strengthen the position of the city as the cradle of wine tasting and gastronomy.