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NEW DELHI, India - As summer holidays beckon, Switzerland is wooing first time Indian travelers from smaller cities and towns offering the experience of snow clad mountains like Titlis and Jungfraujoc
A global survey by an online accommodation booking service has revealed that 35% of the global travelers have no qualms about taking home hotel amenities.
KATHMANDU, Nepal - Hotel room occupancy went down by around 10 percent over the first two months of 2013 mainly due drop in the number of Indian tourists.
STOCKHOLM, Sweden - Tourists from the US, China and India helped Swedish tourism grow incrementally despite a slump in visits from crisis-tainted European countries.
If you thought a trip to Switzerland was only about romancing in the pristine valleys, eating Swiss chocolates and buying Swiss watch, think again.
ABU DHABI, UAE - Winning appeal of an iconic brand and a diverse family-friendly offering creates a double-barrelled pull for Indian tourists in the UAE.
Expecting to attract more tourists from India, Abu Dhabi, the largest of seven emirates which make up the United Arab Emirates (UAE), will launch a road show in India, an Abu Dhabi Tourism official sa
Contrary to what you might hear, Greece still welcomes German tourists. But they – and other Europeans – are just not coming in the numbers they used to.
KOCHI, India - South Africa is targeting to receive one lakh (100,000) Indian tourists this year, including over 8,500 visitors from Kerala, Ms Hanneli Slabber, Country Manager, South African Tourism,
Irish tourism chiefs plan to use a Bollywood film to bring more Indian visitors to Ireland. The movie Ek Tha Tiger - meaning Once There Was A Tiger - was shot in Dublin last September.
SINGAPORE - Even as the whole world is talking about economic slowdown, Indians traveling abroad seem to have thrown the worry to the wind, that is if one goes by the figures of the Singapore Tourism
MUMBAI, India - Travelers may have to shell out more for their outbound travel expenses as travel insurance bills may rise due to the sliding rupee.
MUMBAI, India - The Tanzanian foreign mission in India is in talks with some airlines in the country to offer direct flights as part of efforts to increase tourist arrivals.
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