How You Should Expect Your European River Cruise Experience to Be

How You Should Expect Your European River Cruise Experience to Be

The Cruising industry continues to grow with river cruising ranking as the fastest-growing segment of the industry. In addition, the increased popularity of European river cruises can be traced to their intimate ships and itineraries that allow travellers to explore and discover historic old towns, nightlife, architecture and all Europe has to offer. It goes without a doubt that most river cruises go to great lengths to give their customers … Read More

Fun things to do with kids in Amsterdam

Fun things to do with kids in Amsterdam

In so many instances, we pint Amsterdam as a city of grown-ups. But should you travel to Amsterdam with kids? YES! There are so many kid-friendly activities for you to do.

Here are some of our favourite things to do in Amsterdam with your kiddos.

1. NEMO Science Center

This science center is the biggest in the Netherlands. It’s been open since 1998 and is housed in a unique ship-shaped … Read More

World Travel Market London will go virtual!

Forget the rush on the tube, forget expensive hotels! Reed Exhibition, the organizer of the World Travel Market London decided to go virtual.|
Look forward to this again in November 2021 facing a new normal for the travel and tourism industry.

In the meantime, is working on a global virtual discussion to discuss WTM with leaders on Tuesday, September 21. To be invited to participate in the Q&A and

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Fox World Travel First to Adopt ‘Traxo for TMCs’

Fox World Travel has become the first travel management
company to adopt travel data aggregator Traxo’s tool for capturing off-channel
booking data, the companies announced Wednesday. Fox has made Traxo’s service
available to clients, effective immediately. 

The move will allow Fox clients access to travel spending
data for itineraries booked outside the TMC, according to the companies. Traxo
interfaces with corporate mail servers to identify email travel confirmations,
then collates

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The female travel community exchanging postcards to explore the world

Members of a female travel community on Facebook have been exploring the world through a postcard exchange during the covid-19 pandemic.

From beating the travel blues to discovering more about one’s roots, thousands of postcards are flying across the borders each week as fellow travel lovers share a glimpse into each others’ lives and cultures.

Since its creation in 2015, the Facebook group Girls LOVE Travel has been a platform

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TREK TRAVEL REINVENTS THE WAY WE TRAVEL – See the world your way in 2021

Aspen, Boulder, California Wine Country, Norway, and Costa Brava are just a few of the new and redesigned bike tour destinations. Expanded travel styles, including self-guided, a la carte, private, custom, and trips close to home, offer more ways to see the world by bike in 2021.

MADISON, Wis. (PRWEB) September 18, 2020

Trek Travel, a leading active vacation tour operator specializing in bicycling vacations, unveils a new standout roster

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World Golf Awards headed to Dubai next month | News

Park Hyatt Dubai and the Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht Club will play host to the seventh annual World Golf Awards on October 29th.

Leading names from the golfing world will join VIPs and figureheads from the golf travel industry for what will mark the first World Golf Awards Gala Ceremony to be staged in Dubai.

The red-carpet event will take place at Park Hyatt Dubai on the evening of

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World Food Travel Association Supports the UN’s Global Tourism Plastics Initiative

LONDON, Sept. 2, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Today the World Food Travel Association (WFTA) announced that it has become a signatory of the Global Tourism Plastics Initiative, a project led by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO).

World Food Travel Association
World Food Travel Association

The Global Tourism Plastics Initiative (GTPI) unites the tourism sector behind a common vision to address the root causes of plastic pollution.

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World’s 10 most scenic airport landings for 2020

(CNN) — They say absence makes the heart grow fonder.

The world’s most scenic airport airport approaches, as ranked annually by booking platform PrivateFly, are this year looking more glorious than ever.

More than 6,000 frequent fliers and aviation enthusiasts took part in the 2020 poll, with voting taking place in February and March, just before travel restrictions to fight Covid-19 were introduced around the world.

The winner, for the

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Travel shaming — another plague of 2020

(CNN) — For many people, travel these days is fraught with second-guessing, extra research and plenty of confusion by way of logistics, travel restrictions and safety — and that’s before you add in what everyone else has to say about your decisions.

Travelers who choose to share what they’re getting up to on vacation right now may find themselves beset with a case of 2020’s latest plague: travel shaming.


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Virtual travel offers tourists a chance to see the world

JAMTSO, MY TOUR GUIDE in Bhutan, was scheduled to show us a famous Buddha statue. But under lockdown restrictions, he instead gave us a tour of his colorful wood-beamed house, where his wife, Gyelmo, showed us how to cook a popular Bhutanese dish (lots of hot peppers!).

He also introduced us to his mother. As many Bhutanese people do every day, she was praying for peace for all the world’s

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It’s a new world of travel in MLS for the Galaxy and LAFC

Nothing has been normal in a Major League Soccer season interrupted by COVID-19. So why should the way MLS teams travel be any different?

a group of men playing a game of football: The Galaxy's Cristian Pavon follows through on a penalty kick against LAFC on July 18. The Galaxy will try the new travel procedures in MLS on Wednesday. (Associated Press)

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The Galaxy’s Cristian Pavon follows through on a penalty kick against LAFC on July 18. The Galaxy will try the new travel procedures in MLS on Wednesday. (Associated Press)

When times were normal, teams used commercial flights, arrived the day

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The Guide to World of Hyatt Transfer Partners

The World of Hyatt loyalty program lets you earn and redeem points for hotel stays around the world while also enjoying a lot of great program benefits. The Hyatt brand puts a strong focus on well-being, with amenities like Headspace meditation apps in some rooms, its partnership with Exhale Spas and its wellness-obsessed Miraval resorts.

World of Hyatt members can also take advantage of partnerships with companies like Lindblad Expeditions

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What is the future of around-the-world cruises?


Cruise Lines International Association members have extended the suspension of U.S. cruise operations until Sept. 15 amid coronavirus concerns.


With the travel and cruise industries in a state of limbo because of the global COVID-19 health pandemic, one of cruising’s time-honored traditions is at risk of not happening next year.

World cruises are often seen as the pinnacle of all voyages. These massive, months-long journeys, which span multiple

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New bus trip will take you from Delhi to London

(CNN) — Would you travel halfway across the world by bus?

Expedition company Adventures Overland is hoping you’ll say yes to its new organized bus trip, which will ferry travelers from the Indian metropolis of Delhi to the UK capital of London — no airplanes involved.
Described as the “first-ever hop-on/hop-off bus service” between the two destinations, Bus to London will ferry 20 passengers on a modified luxury bus, inspired
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‘The world reveals itself to those who travel on foot’

In 1989 a tattered copy of Newsweek ended up in a tiny village on the edge of the Kalahari Desert and fell into the hands of a homesick English teacher. It contained the obituary of a writer named Bruce Chatwin, who, after years of far-flung travels, had reportedly died at 48 of a rare disease picked up on one of his adventures. The article recounted the legendary story of how

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Is It safe to travel again? Your coronavirus questions answered

Yes, though still not easily.

On Aug. 6, the U.S. State Department lifted the nearly five-month-old travel advisory warning Americans against all international travel, citing improved health and safety conditions in some countries. But both the State Department and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) still have advisories in place urging against non-essential travel to dozens of countries, including most of the European Union, Canada and Mexico.


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