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Green Tourism for Odessa in Ukraine will be the tourism booster

The Odessa region of Ukraine known to the tourists for its Black Sea beach resorts will develop the green and eco tourism to attract more tourists.     The report cited Svitlana Shatalova, deputy head of Odessa regional administration, as …

‘Sudden stratospheric warming’ to usher big freeze in Britain

Forecasters have warned that temperatures could plummet across the UK next week amid a sudden stratospheric warning of the Earth’s atmosphere.     According to the Met Office Tuesday onwards a phenomenon causing the stratosphere to heat up quickly will greatly …

Europe welcomes more than 671 million international visitors last year

Last year, Europe welcomed beyond 671 million international arrivals, becoming the world’s leading destination for global visitors.   Major factors behind this increase in visitors were the economic growth in major source markets and the recovery of destinations, which were …

One dead, 20 delays and hundred stuck on board due to collision at Heathrow

 There were dozens of delay at the London’s Heathrow Airport due to an accident causing dozens of delay leading to death and injury after two airport staff vehicles collided with one another. Hundred of people were stick on board and …

Anti tourism slogan in Spain prevails in this summer

Tourism phobia is happening in Mallorca with the anti tourism slogans, declaring a war against the tourists in this summer.     The vow among the protestors comes as 12 members of an action group face prosecution for an attack …


  • ICOM to foster general awareness on national heritage properties

    Published on : Saturday, May 14, 2016

    For an hour, a night or an entire week, participants are free to mark this unifying, universal occasion, which turns 38 this year, as they see fit. In 2016, the theme of the International Museum Day is “Museums and Cultural …

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  • Bowes Museum invites visitors to Ganesh exhibition and rangoli

    Published on : Saturday, May 14, 2016

    The Bowes Museum in Barnard Castle in County Durham in North East England is creating rangoli to welcome visitors to “Celebrating Ganesha” exhibition, being held from May 21 to September 18.   \Museum is raising minimum £2,000 for this 2½ …

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  • Terror tactics scaring off Aussie tourists of Europe

    Published on : Friday, May 13, 2016

    The tourism industry in Europe is facing a gradual decline in revenue as most Australians are picking Southeast Asia, The Pacific, North and South America over Europe.     Europe used to be considered as the dream destination to the …

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  • Yellow weather to give a red eye to UK

    Published on : Wednesday, May 11, 2016

    Citizens of UK has been warned by the Met office about a yellow weather which could result in the sudden drop of temperature and a heavy downpour of up to 25mm from 10th May to 11th May.     From …

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  • Convention Centre Dublin reaffirms position as a world class venue

    Published on : Wednesday, May 11, 2016

    The Convention Centre Dublin (The CCD) announced today that it has made considerable investments in its infrastructure and systems, reaffirming its position as a world class venue, six years since opening. The CCD has purchased four large-venue High Definition Panasonic …

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  • London figures as most popular destination in Britain

    Published on : Tuesday, May 10, 2016

    Latest official Figures show that they were more visitors in London where tourist spent £36.4 billion compared to Scotland, Wales and South west England combined. London is the place most preferred and the Capital fetches £140 billion building a strong …

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  • Paris bound EasyJet flight removes Jew passengers at Barcelona

    Published on : Tuesday, May 10, 2016

    The British budget airline Easyjet is again wrapped in controversy with some 180 passengers being forcibly removed from a plane from Spain to France.     Passengers of the EZY3920 flight from Barcelona to Paris were asked to step off …

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  • Historic win for Leicester City could boost football tourism to Britain

    Published on : Monday, May 9, 2016

    Football is the number one sporting draw for international tourists to Britain and VisitBritain Director Patricia Yates said that Leicester could expect a visitor boost with the city now on the global football tourism map.   “Leicester City’s fantastic win …

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  • WYD 2016 participants can procure from different points

    Published on : Monday, May 9, 2016

    Pilgrims can apply for visas at dedicated consular points in Manila, the Philippines, and in Ecuador’s capital, Quito. Another temporary post will open in a week in Santo Domingo, the Dominican Republic.   The Ministry of Foreign Affairs decided to …

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  • Norovirus affects 200 passengers in Balmoral cruise line

    Published on : Monday, May 9, 2016

    More than 200 passengers fell ill by an attack of norovirus facing severe gastrointestinal condition. The ship was carrying 252 passengers out of which 919 passengers fell ill. Eight of the 520 crew members are down with norovirus.     …

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  • Russia urges airport staff to brush up their English

    Published on : Friday, May 6, 2016

    Russia wants its custom and immigration staff to brush up their English as providing foreign tourists a common language to communicate in is the most effective way of drawing tourists. Tourists often find the delays at the immigration counters and …

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  • European tourism shows positive growth in 2016

    Published on : Friday, May 6, 2016

    Europe continues to receive healthy tourism despite facing security concerns. There is an obvious bent on the positive side and 2016 is all geared up to show positive results.  According to the latest European Travel Commission (ETC) “European Tourism 2016 …

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  • Major fire in London railway station causes travel disruption

    Published on : Thursday, May 5, 2016

    Passengers were dangerously crammed in a carriage after a major fire broke out on the tracks of Vauxhall railway station in south London.   The blaze affected the electric cabling and the power to the tracks before it was switched …

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  • Craft cider a big attraction for tourists in County Armagh

    Published on : Thursday, May 5, 2016

    On a 160-year-old family farm in Ardress in County Armagh, a fifth generation grower is proving ‘the apple never falls far from the tree’ with a cider making business hewn from the family’s fruit growing heritage. Greg MacNeice of Mac …

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  • Edinburgh Gin gets 4 stars recognistion

    Published on : Thursday, May 5, 2016

    Edinburgh Gin, crafting the Gin renaissance from the heart of Scotland’s capital has been awarded 4 stars from Visit Scotland for its visitor centre. The Edinburgh Gin Distillery is a destination quite unlike any other, nestled beneath the stairs on …

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  • European Commission proposes visa-free travel for Kosovo

    Published on : Thursday, May 5, 2016

    The European Commission proposed to the Council of the European Union and the European Parliament to lift the visa requirements for the people of Kosovo by transferring Kosovo to the visa-free list for short-stays in the Schengen area. The proposal …

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  • Bowes Museum in Barnard Castle goes cross culture with Ganesha exhibition

    Published on : Wednesday, May 4, 2016

    The Bowes Museum in Barnard Castle in County Durham in North East England is having “Celebrating Ganesha” exhibition from May 21 to September 18.   Its main object is a 13th century 119 centimeters tall schist sculpture of Lord Ganesha …

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  • Chinese patrolling at Italy’s top tourist sights in Rome and Milan

    Published on : Tuesday, May 3, 2016

    The streets of Rome and Milan will be guarded by four Chinese policemen alongside their Italian counterparts for the next two weeks to help protect wealthy visitors from China during a peak tourism period.     Tourist hot spots such …

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  • Israeli tourist found dead in Hungary

    Published on : Monday, May 2, 2016

    An Israeli student tourist visiting Hungary was found dead by the police. Two people were detained by the police in connection with the death. The man was missing several days before his body was found.   The 40 year old Ofir Gross from traveled …

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  • Service tax removed from UK restaurant but employees claim share on staff tips

    Published on : Monday, May 2, 2016

    Service charges on restaurant bills could be banned in the UK with the recent government crackdown; however the law cannot be stretched to tipping. Customers can make extra payment at will which cannot be forced by the restaurant bosses.   …

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