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Royal Wedding Travel Guide: Getting to Windsor

The roads and rails across Surrey and Hampshire are set to be busier than usual on Saturday (May 19), as thousands head to celebrate the Royal Wedding.

4 summer travel trends to watch

The official start to summer is almost upon us, and this year travelers may be looking for a break in a big city rather than some time at the beach.

China becoming rising source market for Dubai tourism

BEIJING, May 18 (Xinhua) -- China is becoming an emerging source market for Dubai"s tourism sector and the Middle East city has stepped up partnerships with Chinese firms to tap the world"s largest outbound tourism market, according to Dubai"s tourism authority.

Lynching memorial may be game-changer for Montgomery tourism

MONTGOMERY, Alabama (AP) — A memorial to the victims of racial lynchings and a new museum in Montgomery, Alabama, have gotten a lot of attention since opening in late April.

Tourism tops $419 mil. in Tulare County for 2017

Central Macedonia to Present Innovative Tourism Products at Thessaloniki Tech Event

The Region of Central Macedonia on Thursday, May 17, will present three innovative tourism products during the “thessweek” technology event, which is currently underway in Thessaloniki, northern Greece.

One-on-One with Petra Roach of Barbados Tourism

The director of Barbados Tourism Marketing discusses the destinations turnaround and its innumerable tourism offerings.

Big Data Help with the Tourism Prosperity of the International Historic and Cultural City, Datong

BEIJING, May 11, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- On April 26, China Economic Information Service (CEIS) of Xinhua News Agency released the Tourism Development Index of Datong, China in the famous historical and cultural city, Datong.

Greece Wins a ‘Tourism Oscar’, Named Top 2018 Destination in Mediterranean and SE Europe

Greece was announced as the leading tourism destination in the Mediterranean and southeastern Europe for 2018 by SACEN International, the international center for the promotion and development of the tourism and catering sectors, during a special ceremony recently held in Belgrade, Serbia.

Tourism to ‘prevail’ over terror threat

Tourism growth “will prevail” over security threats from terrorism, Tui Group chief executive Fritz Joussen has insisted.