• Milan, Paris & Rome experiences tourism China’s dominant high street retail

    Published on : Wednesday, October 10, 2018

    M&G Real Estate has published its recent European Outlook report, providing a complete, cross-sector review of prospects and performance all over the continent.   Among the main takeaways, the report mentions that retail rental growth accelerated in the second quarter …

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  • APAC cities rule global travel rankings but Australians swap Bali for Paris

    Published on : Monday, October 8, 2018

    Australian tourists have started swapping Bali for Paris.   Visitor numbers to the French capital have risen by nearly 31 per cent last year as compared with a 4.2 percent decline in visitors to Bali. Though it continued to remain …

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  • Paris’s city centre to go car-free first Sunday of every month

    Published on : Friday, October 5, 2018

    From October 7th onwards Paris will ban cars in city centre one Sunday a month to improve air quality and provide public spaces more fairly as a part of French capital’s Paris Respire initiative.     The move is spearheaded …

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  • Paris knife attack injures seven tourists

    Published on : Tuesday, September 11, 2018

    A man wielding a knife and an iron bar injured seven people, including three tourists, Paris late Sunday in an attack that bystanders tried to stop by throwing petanque balls at the assailant.   According to the local police, four …

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  • Paris official to propose banning of home rental services

    Published on : Friday, September 7, 2018

    Paris official Ian Brossat, has spoken out against home rental services which he believes forces local people out of the main city.   According to Paris official Ian Brossat that home rental services is forcing local people out of the …

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  • Eiffel Tower reopens after being shut for two days

    Published on : Friday, August 3, 2018

    The iconic Eiffel Tower of Paris was shut down to tourists for a second consecutive day on Thursday owing to a dispute between workers and management.   The monument was closed since Wednesday afternoon as unions had locked horns with …

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  • Paris renames metro stations to honor World Cup champions

    Published on : Tuesday, July 17, 2018

    Six metro stations of Paris were temporarily renamed in the honor of France’s World Cup winning champions following their 4-2 rollercoaster victory against Croatia.   Among the modifications, station Victor Hugo’s name was altered to ‘Victor Hugo Lloris’, named in …

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  • Airbnb partners with Century 21 to enable Parisians lease their homes

    Published on : Wednesday, June 27, 2018

    Airbnb is seeking new places to list in Paris to ensure a consistent growth ion this part of the world.   With an aim to maintain its popularity here this brand has recently announced partnership with Century 21, a real …

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  • Brazil to be promoted as gay-friendly destination, signs agreement

    Published on : Wednesday, May 23, 2018

    Brazil’s Tourism Ministry  has signed an agreement with the Brazilian LGBT Trade and Commerce Chamber to promote the country as a gay-friendly tourism destination earlier this week.     This agreement is aimed at increasing the awareness about Brazil as …

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  • NZ$75 million fund to be generated by tourist tax in New Zealand

    Published on : Monday, May 14, 2018

      Kelvin Davis, New Zealand’s tourism minister during a conference in Dunedin stated that a formal announcement of implementing a tourist levy is expected within a week.     The tourist tax is expected to create NZ$75 million fund for …

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  • Air France CEO steps down post staff rejection of pay deal

    Published on : Saturday, May 5, 2018

    Air  France boss has quit after tens and thousands of passengers found themselves stranded by the airline’s strike.     The results of a ballot on the airline’s pay offer was published at 7pm local time where four-fifths of the …

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  • 13th edition of Rendez-vous en France returns to Paris

    Published on : Friday, March 30, 2018

    Paris has been portrayed in films innumerable times than we can possibly count. The capital’s latest role – as a showcase for the French tourist industry’s enormous savoir-faire – was on display at the 13th edition of Rendez-vous en France.   French tourism’s largest …

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  • Hotel booking in Paris booms in 2017 and 2018 despite terror attacks

    Published on : Friday, February 23, 2018

    Paris is considered as the best place to visit by the international tourists despite having the terror attacks by the Islamic militants.     The year 2017 was the best season for the foreign visitors of this romantic city.  The …

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  • Half of the 20 most popular UNESCO sites are located in the EU

    Published on : Wednesday, January 17, 2018

    Wikipedia is the most common and possibly most trusted search option for people when looking up to something online. The same applies for the tourists as well.     In a recent analysis of Wikipedia page views found that “Paris …

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  • Armed robbers stole jewelries from popular Ritz Hotel

    Published on : Thursday, January 11, 2018

    The armed robbers have stolen jewellery reportedly worth millions of pounds from the popular and luxurious Ritz hotel located in Paris, the capital city of France.     The French police said five thieves, some of them armed, entered the …

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  • Paris Convention Centre unveils as a new convention center of France

    Published on : Friday, November 24, 2017

    Paris Convention Centre has been launched in the French Capital city, Paris in order to promote Paris as a business tourism destination.     It was formerly the Pavilion 7 of the Parc des Expositions at the Porte de Versailles. …

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  • Suspected ‘technical fault’ forces Flybe flight to make emergency landing

    Published on : Tuesday, November 21, 2017

    A flight of Flybe has announced an emergency landing while it started approaching the Manchester Airport on account of a ‘suspected fault with the aircraft’.   This flight that had been heading from Paris had request for the permission to …

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  • London Airbnb Landlord highest earning in the world, makes £12m a year

    Published on : Saturday, November 11, 2017

    According to AirDNA, Airbnb analysis site calculated the figures and revealed that an unnamed Individual or management company drew £12m in a year from its 900 rental properties across the capital. Airbnb is a portal which offers tourists their home …

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  • Travel industry experts condemn ‘unfair’ London tourist tax

    Published on : Friday, November 10, 2017

    The British Hospitality Association has fiercely spoken against the implication of London tourism tax.     Speaking at London’s World Travel Market this week, Ufi Ibrahim, chief executive of the British Hospitality Association (BHA), said the idea was one ‘that …

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  • China warns its tourists before travelling to France

    Published on : Wednesday, November 8, 2017

    China has requested France to take more effective measures to ensure the safety of the Chinese tourists visiting the country after a group of 40 Chinese tourists was tear-gassed and robbed in Paris.     There has been frequent news …

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