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Six cities confirmed as headquarters for Olympic soccer matches

It's confirmed. In addition to Rio de Janeiro, five other Brazilian cities will host soccer matches during the 2016 Olympic Games.

Sofia named least expensive city for travelers and Oslo takes top...

SINGAPORE - TripIndex Cities 2013, the third annual cost comparison of an evening out and overnight stay for two people in key tourist cities around the world has been unveiled today.

France is Europe’s most popular destination for canal barge cruises

Even the most jaded and cosmopolitan travel writers tend to rave when it comes to canal barging cruises in France.

Mission accomplished or compromised?

IATA (International Air Transport Association) is credited with being the organization that systematized the airline industry at the very beginning of the 20th century.

Travel to Libya: Eight things to know before the trip

Following Libya's revolution, oil production has been restored and the country has slipped from the front pages.

Self-catering travel made easier with .travel

Selfcatering.travel made the logistical decision to align itself with the .travel domain as a purposeful and thoughtful marketing tool.

New PATA task force to aid destinations at time of crisis

BANGKOK, Thailand - The Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) officially launched its Rapid Recovery Task Force (PRRT) at the association's Engagement Hub at its head office in Bangkok on January 31.

When traveling means healthy living

People travel for different reasons. It’s like a constant itch that needs to be scratched and it will only go away until we find ourselves hauling a bag and waking up in wonderland.

To reach the growing Hispanic travel market, you must speak the...

ORLANDO, Florida - In order to reach the growing US Hispanic market, organizations need to know how to speak the language, said Jorge Plasencia here yesterday.

Travel 2013: Consider stepping out of your comfort zone

Those of us who love travel know it can be a life changer.

Eating healthy on the road

Your stress level could be measured on the Richter Scale. It's the week before Christmas, so there are a zillion people at the airport. Your flight has been delayed. The kids are crying.

Finding France in North America

With flights to Paris topping $1,000 these days, travel to France can be très cher. But you needn't cross the pond for that Gallic je ne sais quoi.

Almost 40 million Russians traveled abroad in the first 9 months...

Latest statistics on Russian outbound travel for the first 9 months of the year 2012 were published by the Federal Agency for Tourism of the Russian Federation.

Reduce My Footprint makes offsetting your travel carbon footprint easy

Everything that we do leaves a carbon footprint on this Earth, whether taking a flight to a beachside resort, washing your clothes, lighting your home, or enjoying a Sunday drive.

Awe-inspiring spots to find gratitude

Where do you go to feel a sense of gratitude, serenity or peace in your life?

First ever meeting with Thai Prime Minister and UK Tour Operators

A momentous occasion – the first ever address by the Prime Minister of Thailand to UK travel and tourism industry, Yingluck Shinawatra meets with 10 leading tour operators at Grosvenor House, London

Future travel trends explored at WTM

Euromonitor, the world’s leader in strategy research for consumer markets have released their annual World Travel Market Global Trends Report 2012 at London’s World Travel Market.

Five times when bargain-hungry globetrotters can get their fill

If your passport is gathering dust and your suitcase desperately needs a workout, don't throw away thoughts of a thrilling vacation just because your wallet doesn't match your wanderlust.

Over 70 Tourism Ministers from around the world to discuss simplifying...

LONDON, United Kingdom - Reducing visa constraints, simplifying entry processes, and developing policies that improve connectivity across borders are the topics on the agenda for the world’s Tourism

Geography: my kind adversary

Geography. We go back a long way.