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Visiting Jerusalem: Shabbat Shalom from a city that nourishes both body...

"A cold rain fell all day Friday here in Jerusalem, yet we turned the dreariness of the day into a metaphor for the pains of the past and tomorrow’s dreams," reports Dr. Peter Tarlow from Israel. Israel is the perfect place as a center of history and a place of great food.  

Italian Exhibition Group strengthens its growth with €111.8 million in revenue

At the press conference today, Italian Exhibition Group (IEG) communicated its results as at 30th September 2018. The figures, regarding the Group’s consolidated financial...

IATA: Airline passenger demand rebounds in October

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced global passenger traffic results for October showing that demand (measured in revenue passenger kilometers, or RPKs) rose...

Colours of Malta joins Preferred DMCs

Preferred DMCs, the boutique consortium of selected Destination & Event Management Companies from around Europe specializing in bespoke high-end incentive travel and special interest...

Happy Chanukah from the land where miracles are a daily occurrence!

Tourism in Israel is booming and Chanukah is a great time to visit the Jewish State. A record 3.6 million tourist arrived in Israel 2017, a 25 percent growth since 2016. This is also the time donuts are big business, and here is why:

Latest innovations for the hospitality sector

What will the hotel of the future be like in Dubai?

Kids and smart technology shine at Mövenpick Hotel Zürich Regensdorf

Mövenpick Hotel Zürich Regensdorf is a family-friendly four-star hotel situated north of Zurich, home to leading financial, banking, and research centers and a hub of Swiss culture.

New Havana LGBTQ Pride Celebration Tour marks historic changes to Cuban...

A Miami-based travel agency specializing in customized experiences of Cuba, is launching an exciting new tour for 2019: the Havana LGBTQ Pride Celebration tour....

Power of People proves popular for upcoming BestCities Global Forum in...

Leaders will hold talks, workshops, and programs while also learning about the region and culture of Latin America at the BestCities Global Forum to be held in Bogota.

Australia’s tourism investing heavily in becoming China friendly

By 2020, there will be 100 million Chinese tourists traveling the world and Tourism Australia wants to ensure many of them will be coming Down Under.

Kenyan hotel and tourism industry players demanding changes in alcohol law

NAIROBI, Kenya – Hotel and the tourism industry players are now calling for a review of the Alcoholic Drinks Control Act 2010, which they say continues to have adverse effects on the sector.

Times have changed for airports – ACI Europe

Olivier Jankovec, director general of ACI Europe, told World Routes delegates that “times have changed” with airports increasingly competing with one another to “lure airlines”.

Egypt’s tourism showing concern about its future under Morsi

An Islamist's ascension to Egypt's peak of executive power has sparked the hopes of many, but the country's battered tourism industry is showing concern about its future under Mohamed Morsi's stewards

Tourist industry not happy with Sri Lanka’s visa changes

A stream of visitors arrives from London or Dubai, Frankfurt or Hong Kong. They meet their tour guides or drivers and are whisked out in air-conditioned vehicles into the tropical greenery.

World events lead to dramatic swings in hotel prices

LONDON, England - Hotel prices have experienced pronounced volatility as a result of political turmoil and natural disasters in the first half of 2011, according to the latest Hotel Price Index.

UN: Human rights being cast aside amid Middle East politics

International human rights and humanitarian law is constantly being cast aside amid Middle East politics, the United Nations human rights chief said today, speaking out on issues such as illegal settl

Changes at airport security checkpoints

WASHINGTON - There are three things that are all but certain during the winter high-travel season: family gatherings, plenty of food, and strict security at the nation's airports.

Carriers predict delays, waive change fees due to Hurricane Earl

U.S. airlines are warning passengers flying along the East Coast from Maine to Asheville, N.C., over the next few days that they may face weather delays related to hurricane Earl.

Rwanda Development Board changes may go further than initially expected

"We will concentrate on policy and advocacy" is the tenor of insider news now slowly emerging from the Rwanda Development Board, following intense efforts to get details about their planned restructur

Black Sea resort to host 2014 Winter Olympics

Even in winter the Russian town of Sochi welcomes visitors with its blossoming gardens and tropical palms.

Changes in licensing laws worry tourist shops

Changes to licensing laws could force many tourism shops to stop selling whisky, according to shop owners.

In Carradine death Thailand’s sex caricature endures

When Kung Fu star David Carradine died last Thursday, I wasn't surprised. He was 72.
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