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BUENOS AIRES, Argentina - The rearrangement of the holidays calendar in Argentina has allowed an increase of 43 percent compared to 2011 in the movement of national tourists across the country, ...
MANAGUA, Nicaragua - The Nicaraguan Tourism Board has launched a partnership with TACA, a leading airline in Latin America, to drive travel bookings to Nicaragua on Expedia.com.
China Eastern Airlines Corp, the nation's second-largest carrier by passengers, will accelerate capacity growth in the second half to 10% as it adds new planes and boosts international ...
TEHRAN, Iran - The 16th Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) summit will provide a good opportunity for Iran to introduce its tourism potential and cultural heritage to NAM members during their stay in ...
The Olympic Games will give UK tourism a "big uplift" in the years to come, Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt has said.
Early retirees, Chinese students and indigenous Australians will be targeted as employees in a plan to boost often-criticised service standards in the tourism industry.
Tourism bosses in Yorkshire are capitalising on the county's Olympic success with a new map guiding visitors around 'God's own country' via the home towns of its gold medal-winning athletes.
LONDON, England - London retailing and tourism are getting a boost from the Olympics after all, according to the latest numbers.
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia - The two pandas to be loaned to Malaysia by China will boost the tourism industry as it will attract more foreign visitors, said Tourism Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ng Yen ...
Yerzhan Kazykhanov, Kazakhstan's foreign minister thanked the character played in the hit film by Sacah Baron Cohen for boosting tourism, despite the fact Borat is sexist, homophobic and ...
Deep-pocketed Chinese tourists coming to Korea lately are different from those in the past, in that many of the former have good knowledge of the latest shopping trends.
ORLANDO, Fla. - "Oi -- Sejam bem-vindos!" -- meaning "Hi, welcome!" -- is a Portuguese phrase heard more and more these days at Florida's tourist spots.
Indonesia's Tourism and Creative Economy Minister Mari Elka Pangestu said on Wednesday that ASEAN targeted to boost the number of Indian tourists visiting the region.
A record number of visitors flocked to Oman during the first two months of the holiday season as political tumult in the wider region sent tourists to the usually quiet Gulf Arab sultanate, ...
Tourist bosses in Scotland are hoping for a visitor bonanza after the new Pixar 3D film Brave, set in the Scottish Highlands, is released in the US in June.
Japan is offering free flights to 10,000 foreigners to visit the country next April to boost tourism badly hit by the March 11 nuclear disaster.
The number of passengers to Dubai via the cruise industry is expected to increase by 50,000 year-on-year for the forecast period until 2015, according to Majid Al Marri, director - hotel ...
It is tipped to be bigger than Braveheart.
Approximately 10,000 people gathered on Edinburgh’s Royal Mile to witness the Queen’s granddaughter Zara Philips, who is 13th in line to the throne, marry England rugby star Mike Tindall.
Monaco's biggest company has predicted a boost in tourism in the wake of this month's wedding of Prince Albert, the principality's ruler, and former Olympic swimmer Charlene Wittstock.
The travel, tourism and hospitality sectors of the Polish economy are set to enjoy a windfall of spending during Poland’s EU presidency.
MALE - The Maldives received more than 65,000 Chinese tourists in the first five months of this year, a 56.7 percent increase over the same period of 2010, according to the latest figures.
In 2010, a record number 8,612,000 tourists from abroad visited Japan — up 26.8 percent from 2009 — and it was hoped that more than 10 million tourists would visit this year.
Tourism in Florida is getting a $30 mililon boost from BP, state officials said Monday.
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