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Destination Coorg, the Scotland of India on the Road to promote...

Destination Coorg presents a rural district in the southwest Indian State of Karnataka. Coorg is not just known for its scenic beauty and coffee, but also is a conclave of the history of the Kodava Kings making it a regal place to visit.

Heathrow has strongest November ever as airport sets out plan for...

In another consecutive record month, 6.11m passengers travelled through Heathrow in November, up 3.3%. This is the first time that passenger volumes in November...

Delta Air Lines adds more key markets for Boston customers

Delta adds more key markets for Boston customers: Chicago, Cleveland, Newark and Washington, D.C. Delta is Boston's fastest-growing carrier by daily departures, and has more...

African Tourism Partners steps up Africa Travel & Tourism Master Classes

Africa Tourism Partners (ATP) will host its Africa Travel and Tourism Marketing Master Class and Business/MICE Travel Connection in Johannesburg

34 ports in 14 countries: Carnival Legend’s 2020 European schedule released

Carnival Legend will operate Carnival Cruise Line's most diverse European season to date with nine- to 16-day voyages visiting 34 ports in 14 countries...

Hilton Edinburgh Airport appoints Stuart Cran as new General Manager

EDINBURGH, Scotland – Hilton Edinburgh Airport has appointed hospitality professional Stuart Cran as its new General Manager.

Mountaineers shocked that industrial wind farms could blemish Assynt’s beauty

Scotland’s mountaineers are shocked that Highland Council might support two huge industrial wind farms in superb wild countryside near a National Scenic Area.

Minister: Fewer tourists visiting Scotland, spending less money

EDINBURGH, Scotland - Fewer tourists are visiting Scotland, according to official figures.

Walking and activities are a vital part of Scottish tourism

With spring on its way, more people may be turning to what Scotland has to offer in terms of nature and outdoor holidays. This year has been designated the "Year of Natural Scotland".

Scotland welcomes the world in 2014

EDINBURGH, Scotland - An all-star concert to herald the opening of the Ryder Cup, a huge flotilla to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Forth Road Bridge, Europe's biggest brass band festival and a

Scottish tourism chiefs: No fear of independence referendum

Scotland's tourism chiefs have insisted they have no concerns about the impact of the independence referendum next year.

Macbeth trail to boost the fortunes of Scotland’s tourist industry

Actors consider it bad luck to say his name.

Con men target Japanese tourists in Edinburgh

EDINBURGH, Scotland - Police in Edinburgh have warned the public to be on their guard after two Japanese tourists were targeted in a bank card scam by men posing as police officers.

Lederer: Not enough being done to promote Scotland’s malt heritage around...

Speyside is home to half of Scotland’s whisky distilleries but the former chairman of VisitScotland has said not enough is being done to promote its unique malt heritage around the world.

Glasgow expecting a two-year tourism boom

GLASGOW, Scotland - Scotland's biggest city expects a two-year boom in visitor numbers as officials look to reap the benefits of hosting the Commonwealth Games.

VisitScotland pulling plug on its troubled website booking shop

Scotland's national tourism agency is pulling the plug on its troubled website booking shop that was designed to be one-stop gateway to the country for tourists from all over the world.

Scottish tourism bosses admit that wind farms could deter tourists

Tourism chiefs have admitted for the first time that wind farms could drive holidaymakers away.

Scotland sees rise in number of overseas tourists

Visitor numbers to Scotland increased over a 12-month period, according to official figures today.

Unique dialect lost in Scotland after last native speaker dies

Bobby Hogg, the last native speaker of a dialect originating from a remote fishing village in northern Scotland, has died -- and so has the dialect he spoke.

After 10-year debate Edinburgh ditches tourist tax plan

Plans to introduce a controversial tourist tax in Edinburgh have finally been put to bed, after the local council admitted it wasn't a viable option.

Lucky tourist narrowly avoids plunging down Scottish ravine

An Australian tourist has had a lucky escape after she narrowly avoided plunging 40 feet down a ravine.

Edinburgh Dungeon becomes the home of Halloween

The Edinburgh Dungeon is seeking volunteers with a talent for the Dark Arts to help the last survivor of an infamous Scottish witch hunt to revive her coven.

Scotland leads Europe in hotel occupancy rates

EDINBURGH, Scotland - A recently released report by hotel analyst STR Global shows that Scottish cities account for three of the top five European cities with the highest hotel occupancy—a 60% share

Venture beyond Olympic Stadium and find the real British Isles

London may be the center of attention this summer, but venture beyond the Olympic Stadium and you'll find the real British Isles, a world of ancient thatched cottages, monumental castles, elegant univ
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