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Qatar Airways to expand on three continents

Victoria Hampton
7 May, 2013 by Victoria Hampton

Qatar Airways, one of the world’s fastest growing commercial carriers, has announced plans for route expansions on three continents. The plans will see the airline expand to offering flights to Africa, Asia and North America. The new plans will see Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, become Qatar Airways’ 20th destination on the African ...

ABBA museum opens in Stockholm

Nicola Chapman
7 May, 2013 by Nicola Chapman

A new museum in Stockholm, entirely dedicated to the pop group ABBA, has opened its doors to the public. ABBA The Museum features an interactive exhibition celebrating the most successful band to ever come out of Sweden.    Visitors to the new museum will be able to sing along to the ...

Top tips for female travellers

Victoria Hampton
6 May, 2013 by Victoria Hampton

When you first step foot in a new and exciting country, it’s instinctive to want to throw caution to the wind and forget about potential dangers, as well as the religious customs and unfamiliar cultural expectations that can slip up a novice traveller. However, for anyone planning an exotic holiday to sunnier climes, ...

Dubai prepared for soaring visitor numbers

Dubai1 Ree Saunders
5 May, 2013 by Ree Saunders

Dubai’s appeal as a tourist destination continues to increase at a startling pace, and the emirate is preparing to treble its annual income from tourism by 2020. The ambitious target reflects the increasing global appeal of Dubai holidays, with visitors drawn to the city for its superb and reliable weather, great ...

Istanbul dipping into luxury market with new hotel

Istanmain Nicola Chapman
5 May, 2013 by Nicola Chapman

Luxury hotel group Manadarin Oriental is to open a plush new hotel on the banks of the Bosphorus in Instanbul, adding to the credentials of the city as a decadent tourist destination. Istanbul has a reputation as an exotic and exciting city, a clash of cultures between Europe and Asia, and ...

“More Brits Please!” – New York wants British tourism boost

New York 1 Marisa Thomas
5 May, 2013 by Marisa Thomas

New York’s tourism authorities are launching a major charm offensive to attract more British visitors to the city this summer. NYC & Company has partnered with American Express and Brand USA to deliver an impactful campaign with the aim of wooing British tourists to choose New York holidays, giving them “a ...

Chile’s adventurous side showcased in new campaign

CC1 Ree Saunders
4 May, 2013 by Ree Saunders

A new promotional campaign, launched by Turismo Chile and the Chilean government’s Under Secretariat for Tourism, seeks to portray a country of remarkable landscapes and truly memorable experiences. The South American country has enjoyed strong growth in demand for holidays to Chile in recent years, with a 13 per cent increase ...

Australia’s Best Jobs in the World finalists announced

Australia’s Best Jobs in the World finalists announced Ree Saunders
3 May, 2013 by Ree Saunders

23 Brits are among the 150 finalists selected from all over the world that are taking part in the second round of Tourism Australia’s Best Jobs in the World campaign. The finalists beat a total of 600,000 people to make it to this stage and have all been invited to ...

New York hotel opens Great Gatsby suite

Great Gatsby Marisa Thomas
3 May, 2013 by Marisa Thomas

The Plaza hotel in New York City has unveiled its new Fitzgerald suite to mark the release of the upcoming film The Great Gatsby. The suite, named after The Great Gatsby’s author, F. Scott Fitzgerald, is a tribute to the writer’s legacy as well as a celebration of the highly ...

Bono’s Australian holiday home sells for £35.6 million

Bono Marisa Thomas
3 May, 2013 by Marisa Thomas

A mansion in Sydney, which was once the holiday home of U2 front man Bono, has been sold for a record breaking A$54 million (£35.6 million). The luxurious eight-bedroom house was sold to a Chinese-born businessman earlier this week. The property, which has been on the market for six years, was ...

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