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Düsseldorf was the backdrop for M.I.C.E.-in-the-bag’s latest pop-up event, the fifth one in two years. As with the previous ones held in London, Stockholm,...
M.I.C.E.-in-the-bag organized another of its invitation-only “Insider Gathering” events at the wonderful Chateauform in Düsseldorf on November 20th. The tailored B2B gathering saw 17 among buyers and suppliers coming from everywhere in Europe, connecting with each other in the usual informal and friendly environment.
On December 11th, the grand opening ceremony of the 2018 China Sports Culture Expo & China Sports Tourism Expo. China Sports Culture Expo is...
Qatar Airways is pleased to announce that it will launch direct services to Valletta, Malta, starting 4 June 2019, marking the airline’s first gateway...
There is an ancient Jewish belief that each soul is a special “pearl of life”’, a necklace of jewelry that shines through the darkness of history and adds beauty to the world. Yesterday, the last night of Chanukah, the feast of lights, was such a day.
Introduces unique culinary tours in India crafted by hand-picked food experts
An international event specialized in Adventure travel, one of its kinds in ASIA, successfully concluded by MP tourism
VistaJet announced today the launch of The VistaJet Wine Program,
RateeGain today announced that they have been chosen by Aurinkomatkat, the tour operator of Finnair, to derive comprehensive rate intelligence for pricing its tour packages. RateGain's industry-first, big data solution, RevGain Packages, would aid Aurinkomatkat in predicting the overall demand of tour packages, & then optimize the prices based on the acquired competitive intelligence, historical & other correlated data.
KYOTO, Japan - Machiya, Japan's historical townhouses, are being turned into accommodation facilities for foreign tourists.
Rich foreigners are making massive purchases of buildings on Lamu Island in Kenya, Africa, and this is putting the island in danger of losing its World Heritage site status.
Most historical places of interest in Los Angeles usually get razed to make way for a new parking lot, so it is little wonder the folks in LA love La Quinta Resort just outside of Palm Springs.