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Canada’s tourism programme goes green

Vancouver Marisa Thomas
27 March, 2013 by Marisa Thomas

Canada is set to adopt a new environmental tourism programme that was started in the UK in a bid to make its tourism sector more environmentally friendly. Canada has joined forces with the Perth-based company Green Tourism to create new ways to make tourism greener in North America. Tourism Canada has ...

Barcelona most popular Easter getaway among Brits

Barcelona Ree Saunders
26 March, 2013 by Ree Saunders

More Brits are flying to Barcelona than any other destination for Easter this year, according to Gatwick Airport.  Barcelona has come out as the top destination with Brits this Easter, as people look to escape the cold winter in the UK. Barcelona wasn't the only Spanish destination making it onto the popular ...

easyJet now flying to Bergen

Bergen Ree Saunders
26 March, 2013 by Ree Saunders

Low-cost airline easyJet has announced that it will now offer flights to Bergen, Norway.  The new route will become the airline's 33rd destination and is expected to carry more than 100,000 passengers annually. Bergen, also known as the “Gateway to the Fjords”, is known for its dramatic coastline and picturesque ...

Strong start for tourism in the Philippines

Philipines feature Marisa Thomas
26 March, 2013 by Marisa Thomas

The number of visitors to the Philippines has hit a record high during the first two months of this year. According to the Philippines' Department of Tourism, international tourist arrivals grew 10.5 per cent on the same period last year. Over 850,000 travellers arrived in the Philippines during January and February ...

Malaysia Airlines equips crew with iPads

Malaysia Airlines Cheryl Richardson
25 March, 2013 by Cheryl Richardson

Malaysia Airlines has become the latest carrier to equip its staff with iPads to improve customer service. Cabin crew serving on any of Malaysia Airlines’ A380 flights will now carry the tablet to enhance in-flight service to customers. The introduction of iPads is aimed to enable crew members to access operational and ...

Budapest named best value city break

Budapest 1 Jan Moys
25 March, 2013 by Jan Moys

Budapest has been named the best value city break destination in the Post Office Travel Money’s annual City Costs Barometer. The Hungarian capital beat Riga, last year’s best value destination, based on the cost of meals, drinks, travel, accommodation and sightseeing in the city. The City Costs Barometer compares 25 city ...

Fly to New York for gossip filled tours

New York Marisa Thomas
25 March, 2013 by Marisa Thomas

The New York Post is offering visitors to New York the chance to hop on board its gossip packed bus tour that takes passengers around the city offering them the scoop behind New York's biggest headlines. The tell-all Headline bus tour promises to keep passengers on holiday in New York up ...

New Zealand invests in preserving stunning marine landscapes

NZ1 Marisa Thomas
24 March, 2013 by Marisa Thomas

New Zealand is set to establish five new marine reserves, aimed at preserving the outstanding natural beauty of its inland and coastal marine habitats. A destination renowned for its stunning beauty and awe-inspiring landscapes, New Zealand’s varied coastline and expansive lakes help to draw tourists from all over the world. ...

Queens growing in popularity with New York tourists

QNY1 Marisa Thomas
24 March, 2013 by Marisa Thomas

The Long Island district of Queens has emerged as a popular destination for tourists visiting New York, with more and more people shunning traditional Manhattan locations in favour of a stay in New York hotels across the East River. With New York City amongst the most expensive cities to visit in ...

Rugby tournament boosts Hong Kong tourism

HK1 Mike Potter
24 March, 2013 by Mike Potter

The Hong Kong Sevens rugby tournament has been identified as the single biggest contributor of overseas visitors to the region. The annual tournament, taking place this year between 22nd and 24th March, draws rugby fans from all over the world, but the true impact it has on Hong Kong’s economy ...

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