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The Living and Itinerant Christmas Crib of Baia and Latina

Faithful to the origins and, according to tradition from the will of St. Francis to revive in a natural setting the birth of Bethlehem...

Hotel history: Mary Elizabeth Jane Colter

Mary Elizabeth Jane Colter was a pioneering American woman architect and interior designer whose distinct architectural knowledge was steeped in the culture and landscape of the Southwest.

US Government Shut Down: What it means for Hawaii Tourism

The Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA) has created a special Alert page on its website providing industry partners, visitors and residents with information and online resources about national parks, monuments and wildlife refuges in the Hawaiian Islands that could be affected by the partial federal government shutdown.

Dubai firm eyes tourist investments in Zanzibar

Dubai-based property developer Al Nakhil company is eyeing the Island of Zanzibar to inject its capital into the thriving tourism on the island famous...

Heathrow will handle 66 London Eyes worth of Christmas cargo

Heathrow data reveals the role the UK’s only hub airport and biggest port by value plays in transporting essential ingredients for Christmas celebrations across...

Prague Airport: Record 16 million serviced passengers in 2018

The third historical record in a row has been broken at Václav Havel Airport Prague when the number of serviced passengers per year reached...

M.I.C.E.-in-the-bag hits another big run in Düsseldorf, Germany

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,...

MICE in the bag hits another big run in Düsseldorf, Germany,...

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.

Highlight of 2018 China Sports Culture Expo & China Sports Tourism...

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 announces direct service to Valletta, Malta

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...

Shalom from the city of peace: Jerusalem

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.

Tour to Feast powered by Cox & Kings set to redefine...

Introduces unique culinary tours in India crafted by hand-picked food experts

First time ever in Asia: Madhya Pradesh Tourism successfully hosted AdventureNext...

An international event specialized in Adventure travel, one of its kinds in ASIA, successfully concluded by MP tourism

VistaJet’s newest in-flight service is nothing to “wine” about

VistaJet announced today the launch of The VistaJet Wine Program,

Finnair Holiday Division, Aurinkomatkat Chooses RateGain

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.

Foreign tourists flock to Iran’s ancient Shiraz

Nearly 65 percent of hotels in Iran’s ancient city of Shiraz, the capital city of Fars Province, have been booked by foreign tourists for...

Endangered historical Japanese townhouses being turned into accommodation for tourists

KYOTO, Japan - Machiya, Japan's historical townhouses, are being turned into accommodation facilities for foreign tourists.

Seychelles National Heritage Week in progress

The 100th anniversary of the official completion and opening in 1910 of the Carnegie Building in Victoria, which now houses the Natural History Museum was also the chosen date to launch the annual "Na

Lamu Island at risk of losing World Heritage site status

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.

Resort of The Week: La Quinta Resort and Club, California

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.
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