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Delhi to get new cultural district

Humayun's Tomb Victoria Hampton
4 March, 2013 by Victoria Hampton

Plans to turn part of Delhi into a cultural hub have been announced by the minister of state for planning Rajeev Shukla. The minister wants Delhi to rival cultural precincts in other cities such as London’s South Bank and Melbourne’s Federation Square. Though already considered a cultural destination, the minister ...

Australia's Best Jobs in the World 2013: Apply now!

Best Jobs1 Ree Saunders
4 March, 2013 by Ree Saunders

Back in 2009 Tourism Australia grabbed headlines with its Best Job in the World competition, but now it's back and even better than before, with six amazing six-month, $100k jobs up for grabs! The winner of the 2009 contest, Ben Southall, got to work as Caretaker of the Great Barrier ...

Russian “meteor town” in bid to boost tourism

Meteor1 Marisa Thomas
3 March, 2013 by Marisa Thomas

The Russian town of Chelyabinsk, which was recently struck by a meteor, is looking to use its newfound fame to boost its tourist industry. The town in southern Russia, east of the Ural Mountains, has well and truly been placed on the map by the event, which brought worldwide news ...

Soccer school is Orlando’s newest attraction

Orlando11 Mike Potter
3 March, 2013 by Mike Potter

A brand new training facility, offering soccer coaching camps to tourists, is to open in Orlando, Florida. Travel and tourism entrepreneur John Donnelly is hoping tourists will fly to Orlando for the coaching programme, to be run by Donnelly’s new company, Sunny Soccer. The camps will offer half-day coaching sessions ...

New York museum makes mathematics more fun

NYC1 Marisa Thomas
3 March, 2013 by Marisa Thomas

New York has added a new museum to its already superb cultural offering, with the Museum of Mathematics aiming to turn the tricky subject of maths into a top tourist attraction. While it may seem that a museum dedicated to maths, a troublesome and confusing discipline for so many, doesn’t ...

“Prince Harry effect” sees tourism boom in Las Vegas

vegas 1 Ree Saunders
2 March, 2013 by Ree Saunders

Las Vegas has seen its visitor numbers soar in the past year, with the latest figures indicating that 39.7 million people visited the city in 2012, breaking its previous annual record, set in 2007, by some half a million. The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (LVCVA), reported these record-breaking ...

Virgin Atlantic launches Little Red

Virgin Plane Victoria Hampton
1 March, 2013 by Victoria Hampton

Virgin has announced that its new domestic carrier, Little Red, will be launched at the end of this month. The new airline will launch on the 31st March in Manchester, before launching in Edinburgh and Aberdeen later on in April. The airline will offer four daily round-trips between London Heathrow ...

Tourism in Hawaii has strong start in 2013

Oahu Ree Saunders
1 March, 2013 by Ree Saunders

The tourism industry in Hawaii has got off to a good start in 2013 with visitor spending up 6 per cent from the same period last year in January. Visitors to the Aloha State are spending around $46 million a day, according to recent reports. Tourists spent a total of ...

Arts lovers fly to Australia for the Adelaide Festival

Feature Victoria Hampton
1 March, 2013 by Victoria Hampton

Fans of the arts have descended on Adelaide today to kick off the Adelaide Festival in Australia. The arts festival is celebrating its 50th anniversary and 2013 marks the first time the festival will be run annually instead of biannually. The festival is often referred to as the ‘Edinburgh of ...

Ibiza to get multi-million pound beach facelift

Ibiza feature Ree Saunders
28 February, 2013 by Ree Saunders

Playa d’en Bossa in Ibiza is to be given a EUR300 million facelift in a bid to promote ‘quality tourism’ on the Spanish island. The plans were announced this week by the owner of the Palladium Hotel Group. Grupo Empresas Matutes plans to turn the Playa d’en Bossa area in ...

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