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The value of the tourism industry to Australia's economy is likely to top $100 billion this year for the first time, research shows.
NEWTON, Mass. - TripIndex – a cost comparison of 50 key tourist cities around the world and 15 hotspots in the U.S., tracked against the U.S. dollar, has been launched today.
BOSTON - Smart Destinations today announced the results of its consumer survey, which explored the depth and breadth of travelers' research processes and purchase preferences and habits.
Agoda.com, Asia's global hotel booking site and part of Nasdaq-listed Priceline.com, is offering extraordinary value hotel rates for business travelers headed to the 107th Canton Fair.
Cape Town is set to offer the best value for money during the 2010 FIFA World Cup, according to the results of a month-long accommodation pricing survey carried out by Grant Thornton South Africa on M
Thanks to the tumbling value of the pound, a host of new cheap hotels and the free museums, London has made it into the top 10 world's best-value destinations.
CNN International today announced the results of its Online Consumer Survey (OCS) on travel and tourism, which reveals that Thailand was chosen as representing the best value for money for travelers i
Today's Lisbon is home to a thriving culture of fashion, music, food, and art, while remaining a meeting point for world businesses and travelers.
Fort Lauderdale - The North American cruise industry’s economic impact in the United States grew by more than six percent in 2007, creating more than 350,000 jobs while generating $38 billion in tot
As part of its launch campaign for its new drink V+ Veltins, one of Germany’s largest breweries, recently organized a spectacular holiday for 300 lucky prize winners at the five-star Centara Grand B
Investors who chose to sink their money into Silverjet – the all-business class airline based at Luton Airport – were no doubt reassured about the high-risk project by the track record of its chief executive, Lawrence Hunt.
The US dollar used to be the universal tourist currency, accepted almost anywhere, from the streets of Hanoi to the plains of Africa. But the continued slide of the dollar against other currencies has led the greenback to be shunned in unexpected places, creating new problems for American travelers and pushing prices higher.