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Apr 2014
Prince William and Kate start Australian tour
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge touched down in Sydney yesterday to begin their tour of Australia.
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Kate & William
17
Apr 2014
Horse-drawn carriages to be a feature of Las Vegas
The Las Vegas City Council has this week decided to add a couple of routes for horse-drawn carriages on the city’s streets.
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Horse drawn carridge on street
17
Apr 2014
Disused Prague railway station to be transformed
An old freight railway station based in Prague is set to become a brand new cultural centre and a major new attraction in the city.
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Old railway station
16
Apr 2014
Bucharest shopping centre set to be redeveloped
The owners of the popular Unirea Shopping Centre in Bucharest are planning a number of developments in a bid to attract more visitors.
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The owners of the popular Unirea Shopping Centre in Bucharest are planning a number of developments in a bid to attract more visitors
16
Apr 2014
Paris zoo attracts the crowds after reopening
After a six year closure, the Paris zoo reopened its doors last weekend to thousands and thousands of people.
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After a six year closure, the Paris zoo reopened its doors last weekend to thousands and thousands of people
15
Apr 2014
Visitor numbers to Budapest and Hungary rise
According to a study by the Hungarian Central Statistics Office (HSCO), the number of visitors to Hungary and the capital Budapest rose in February.
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the number of visitors to Hungary and the capital Budapest rose in February
15
Apr 2014
Second Sydney airport gets green light
The Australian government has approved plans for a second international airport to be built in Sydney.
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Australian government has approved plans for a second international airport
14
Apr 2014
Wine finally receives National Heritage Status
The French Senate has finally confirmed what many already believe to be true: that wine is an integral part of French national culture.
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wine is an integral part of French national culture
14
Apr 2014
Prague to host Renaissance master exhibit
Plans are in place for Prague to host a major exhibition of works from Renaissance master painter Tiziano Vecellio.
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Plans are in place to host a major exhibition of works from Renaissance master painter Tiziano Vecellio
11
Apr 2014
‘Paris of the East’ rediscovers its French charm
Romania’s capital city Bucharest has recently undergone extensive restoration and revamping to bring the city centre back to its former glory.
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Bucharest has recently undergone extensive restoration
11
Apr 2014
Australian Fashion Week 2014
The doors have now officially closed on Australia’s 19th annual Fashion Week.
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The doors have now officially closed on Australia’s 19th annual Fashion Week
10
Apr 2014
Why Bordeaux should be on your travel wish-list
The Telegraph has recently named Bordeaux as one of the must-visit destinations of 2014.
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Bordeaux
10
Apr 2014
King’s Day celebrations in Amsterdam 2014
Preparations have already begun in the run-up to the King’s Day celebrations in Amsterdam.
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Queens Day 2013
10
Apr 2014
Washington Monument to reopen soon
The iconic Washington Monument is set to reopen next month, three years after it was damaged by an earthquake.
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Washington Monument
10
Apr 2014
A guide to some of Australia’s finest wine regions
Australia sports a number of attributes that help make it a favourable holiday destination, including its plentiful winemaking regions.
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Wine glasses 2
9
Apr 2014
The Royal tour of Australia 2014
William and Kate, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, joined by their eight-month-old son Prince George are currently undertaking their first tour of New Zealand and are due to start their tour of Australia this time next week.
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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are set to start their tour of Australia
9
Apr 2014
European cities are world’s most photographed spots
Many European cities are among the world’s most photographed locations according to a recent study conducted by a popular photo sharing website.
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Many European cities are among the world’s most photographed spots
8
Apr 2014
Paris Marathon 2014 is record breaking
The 38th Paris Marathon was held on Sunday morning with Ethiopian athlete Kenenisa Bekele, 31, winning and breaking the course record with a cool 2:05.04.
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Paris marathon
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Apr 2014
Prague makes top 5 for best travel destinations
The sixth annual Traveller’s Choice awards has announced that Prague is just one of the European cities dominating the top five of the 25 most popular world travel destinations.
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prague
7
Apr 2014
Harry Potter exhibition to cast spell over Cologne
Thousands of people are expected to turn out for the Harry Potter exhibition that will visit Cologne on October 3rd.
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Thousands of people are expected to turn out for the Harry Potter exhibition in Cologne
7
Apr 2014
Perth art festival opens
A free urban art festival opened in Perth at the weekend and will be showing off a range of different types of art until April 13th.
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A free urban art festival opened in Perth at the weekend
4
Apr 2014
Travel writer raves about Bucharest
A travel writer for the Independent has written a rave review about the Romanian capital of Bucharest after spending 48 hours in the city.
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A travel writer has written a rave review about the Romanian capital of Bucharest
4
Apr 2014
France is world’s most popular holiday destination
A new study has shown that France is the most visited country in the world and is more popular than other countries such as the UK and the USA.
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A new study has shown that France is the most visited country in the world
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Apr 2014
World’s tallest Ferris wheel opens in Las Vegas
The world’s tallest Ferris wheel in the world has officially opened in Las Vegas this week.
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world’s tallest Ferris wheel
3
Apr 2014
New waterfront planned for Sydney
Plans are being discussed for a new waterfront in downtown Sydney that could see a new marine terminal, more residential spaces and a beach being built.
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Sydney’s waterfront
3
Apr 2014
Budapest named most affordable city
Budapest has been named as the cheapest city destination for British travellers by the annual Post Office Travel Money study | Scenic Tours News
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Budapest
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Apr 2014
The Telegraph spends 36 hours in Paris
An expert on Paris has published on the Telegraph website her suggestions of what to do in the city if you only have 36 hours to spare.
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clock
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Apr 2014
American magazine praises ‘artistic Amsterdam’
A lengthy article has been published in the Texas-based San Antonio Magazine, outlining the many highlights of ‘artistic Amsterdam’.
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Vincent van Gogh museum - by Paul Gaugin
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Apr 2014
Famous Amsterdam theatres to discover
The capital of the Netherlands, Amsterdam, is hugely popular as a holiday and short break destination for many reasons, not least its thriving cultural landscape, which extends to music, art, sports, theatrical performances and much more.
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Amsterdams three finest theatre venues
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Apr 2014
Great Barrier Reef to benefit from Earth Hour
Earth Hour was held last Saturday and it is hoped that the event has raised awareness of the Great Barrier Reef.
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Earth Hour
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Apr 2014
Vienna’s Schönbrunn Palace opens apartment
Schönbrunn Palace has opened up one of its apartments, allowing people to enjoy a night of luxury in one of Vienna’s most famous buildings.
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Schönbrunn Palace, Vienna
31
Mar 2014
Opening date announced for New York 9/11 museum
Tickets have gone on sale for admission to the new National September 11 Memorial and Museum in New York, which will open on May 21st | Scenic Tours News
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World Trade Center
31
Mar 2014
The clear guide to the Black Sea
A guide to the Black Sea, including its ancient history and legends as well as areas and attractions to visit today | Scenic Tours Guide
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Black sea cruise
28
Mar 2014
Record year for New York state parks
The New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation has revealed that they received over 60 million visitors in 2013 | Scenic Tours News
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Niagara Falls
28
Mar 2014
World-famous acrobatic show takes off in Prague
The Fun Fatale international circus has come back to Prague again this year to delight crowds with its amazing acrobatic shows | Scenic Tours News
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international circus
28
Mar 2014
Warm weather in Sydney to last for months
Weather forecasters have revealed that Sydney will experience months of warm and dry weather that is set to last well into their winter | Scenic Tours News
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Bondi beach
27
Mar 2014
Chinese president visits Lyon
One of the most powerful men in the world, Xi Jinping, the Chinese president, arrived in Lyon on 25th March on a state visit to France.
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Chinese president
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Mar 2014
Biggest watch fair in the world begins in Basel
The biggest watch fair in the world has opened this week in Basel and is set to attract an estimated 100,000 visitors.
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Rolex watch
26
Mar 2014
Paris is most popular Easter break with Brits
An article in the Daily Mail has stated that Paris will be the number one destination for a holiday over Easter with British travellers.
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Paris is most popular Easter break with Brits
26
Mar 2014
Work on Bucharest attraction to be finished in 2015
The Arcul de Triumf in Bucharest, which is also known as the Triumphal Arch, is currently undergoing renovation work.
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Arcul de Triumf
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Mar 2014
See the highlights of Yosemite National Park
Yosemite National Park is one of America's great natural treasures and regularly welcomes between three and four million people every year. The national park is huge, covering over 750,000 acres, so planning what you want to see ahead of visiting is certainly worth doing if you want to make the most of your time at Yosemite. Grab your Yosemite National Park map and see if you can spot all of these highlights.
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Yosemite Falls
25
Mar 2014
Record-breaking Melbourne Now exhibition closes
The record-breaking Melbourne Now festival finished on Sunday 23rd March after putting on a number of events for 121 days.
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Record-breaking Melbourne Now exhibition closes
25
Mar 2014
Budapest Spring festival begins
The eagerly anticipated Budapest Spring festival kicked off on Friday 21st March with the unveiling of a new art exhibition.
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Budapest Spring festival begins
24
Mar 2014
Rolling Stones to perform in Paris
The Rolling Stones have revealed that they are planning to play at Paris’ Stade de France this June after recently pulling out of their Australian tour.
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Rolling Stones in concert
24
Mar 2014
Perth boat parade aiming to attract more visitors
A River of Lights boat parade on the Swan River in Perth is aiming to attract even more international and national visitors to the city.
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Boat and lights
24
Mar 2014
Beyoncé and Jay Z visit Amsterdam
As part of a visit to Amsterdam, music power-couple Beyoncé and Jay Z visited the Anne Frank House Museum | Scenic Tours News
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Beyonce in concert
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Mar 2014
Top 5 music clubs in New Orleans
An article in the Guardian has released a list of the top 10 music clubs and venues in New Orleans.
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Jazz club performer
21
Mar 2014
Hollywood superstars heading to Prague
George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Bruce Willis, Angelina Jolie, Nicole Kidman, Quentin Tarantino, ET and Lady Gaga will be heading to Prague soon.
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Brad & Angelina
20
Mar 2014
France enjoys record-breaking spring weather
France over the past few weeks has been enjoying record-breaking spring sunshine, with temperatures in Paris reaching 22°C.
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Sunset in Paris
20
Mar 2014
Work on Bucharest tourist attraction set to start
The developers of the new Victoria City shopping mall in Bucharest have this week revealed that work will begin in just a few months.
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Holiday shopping
19
Mar 2014
3D canal house to be built in Amsterdam
A group of Dutch architects have just started 3D printing an entire canal house that would lie on the bank of one of Amsterdam’s canals.
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canal house to be built in Amsterdam
19
Mar 2014
10 Melbourne railway stations to receive facelift
The local government in Australia has picked out 10 Melbourne railway stations that will get a facelift in a new scheme released recently.
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10 Melbourne railway stations to receive facelift
18
Mar 2014
Events announced for Bordeaux Fete Le Vin festival
The Bordeaux Fete Le Vin, otherwise known as the Bordeaux Wine Festival, has announced some of the activities that will be taking place.
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French wine barrels
18
Mar 2014
Five of the best from Budapest
An online travel website has created a top five list of activities to do and sights to see during a holiday in Budapest.
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Danube River
18
Mar 2014
The cheese guide to France
Today, France has around 400 different types of cheese which has led to the country gaining such a strong reputation for the product, alongside its prominent status as a country of fine French food in general.
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French blue cheese
17
Mar 2014
Top reasons to visit Prague
An article has listed its top 20 reasons for visiting Prague which covers the city’s best attractions such as its jaw-dropping architecture.
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Prague Castle
17
Mar 2014
Rolling Stones arrive in Perth for Australian tour
The legendary rock band The Rolling Stones have touched down in Perth ahead of their nationwide Australian tour.
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The Rolling Stones
14
Mar 2014
World’s best chefs encourage Australian tourism
Some of the world’s best chefs are teaming up with Tourism Australia to encourage more visitors to sample a taste of Down Under.
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John Torode
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Mar 2014
Cruise tourism continues to boom
Cruise tourism continues to boom and have a positive impact on this growing sector.
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River Cruise
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Mar 2014
New Anne Frank theatre set to open in Amsterdam
A new theatre dedicated to the story of famous war diarist Anne Frank is set to open in Amsterdam ahead of the 70th anniversary of her death.
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Anne Frank Archive
13
Mar 2014
Three best fine dining restaurants in Paris
The Telegraph has created a list of the best gourmet, Michelin-starred and fine dining restaurants in Paris.
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Jules Verne Dessert
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Mar 2014
Exhibition dedicated to Freud unveiled in Vienna
The museum dedicated to Sigmund Freud in Vienna has unveiled a new exhibition that takes visitors through his journeys around the world.
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Sigmund Freud
12
Mar 2014
Paris to Nice race brings in the crowds
The UCI World Tour Paris-Nice bicycle race has returned, and is even bigger and better than last year’s successful event.
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Bike Race
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Mar 2014
Report shows tourism is vital to Las Vegas economy
A recent report has shown that tourism is the lifeblood of Las Vegas and that its continued draw for visitors has seen the economy recover.
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Las Vegas Strip
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Mar 2014
Making the most of your visit to Dusseldorf
The capital of North Rhine-Westphalia, Dusseldorf is a stunning city to visit on a European river cruise. From its ever-growing financial centre to its rich relationship with high-end fashion, Dusseldorf has something to entertain all visitors.
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Dusseldorf
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Mar 2014
Reopened Belgrade attraction brings in the crowds
The Roman Well at the Belgrade Fortress reopened this weekend after being closed to the public for just over seven years.
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Roman Well
11
Mar 2014
Paris still number one destination for holidaymakers
According to a study by the Ile-de-France Regional Tourism Committee, the French capital is still the world’s most popular destination.
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Paris
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Mar 2014
Vivid Sydney 2014 festival reveals line-up
The Vivid Sydney 2014 festival has revealed a list of confirmed acts for this year’s event.
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Pet Shop Boys
10
Mar 2014
Bucharest is a 2014 bargain
Bucharest has made the top 10 list of places that travellers have to visit while they are still affordable in 2014.
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Photographer captures years of Bucharests history
10
Mar 2014
Record-breaking Melbourne Moomba Festival
Melbourne city centre was like a scene out of ‘Mamma Mia’ at the weekend as thousands of performers descended on the area.
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Melbourne Moomba Festival
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Mar 2014
Thousands turn out for Cologne Carnival
Thousands turned out to attend the Cologne Carnival, which started on Thursday 27th February and ended this week on Wednesday 5th March.
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Cologne Carnival
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Mar 2014
5 must-see attractions at the New York Armory Show
The world-famous Armory Show in New York is back and visitors can expect to see a range of exhibitions and events across the city.
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New York
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Mar 2014
Visitors to Belgrade increase in January
Statistics have shown that the number of holidaymakers that came to Belgrade in January 2014 were up by 12 percent from the previous year.
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the number of holidaymakers that came to Belgrade in January 2014 were up by 12 percent from the previous year
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Mar 2014
The hidden gems of Lyon
An article on the Conference & Incentive Travel website has released a list of ‘hidden gems’ in Lyon which visitors should see.
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a list of hidden gems in Lyon which visitors should see
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Mar 2014
Your guide to visiting Basel
Lying on the boarders of Switzerland, France and Germany, the city of Basel has been shaped through a history which spans thousands of years.
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Basler Münster
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Mar 2014
New museums to be built in Budapest
A number of new museums are set to be built in Budapest as part of the Liget Budapest project in City Park.
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Budapest City Park
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Mar 2014
The world’s biggest running event heads to Perth
Perth has become the latest city to join the biggest running event in the world, which will be held in July this year.
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Marathon
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Mar 2014
International film festival arrives in Belgrade
The 42nd international film festival FEST has begun in Belgrade after being opened by the famous film director Boban Skerlic.
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Red Carpet
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Mar 2014
The best fashion shops in Paris
An article in the Telegraph has recommended the best clothing and accessories shops in Paris.
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Paris
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Mar 2014
Bucharest candidate for European Capital of Culture
Bucharest will reportedly be in the running for the title of ‘European Capital of Culture 2021’.
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Bucharest
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Mar 2014
Prince William & Kate to visit Uluru
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have announced that they will be visiting Uluru - also known as Ayers Rock - in April.
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Kate and William
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Feb 2014
The best places to discover Australian animals
There is no other country quite like Australia. It is home to tropical rainforests, rocky mountains, bustling cities and large stretches of dry sand plains, and in these various locations are a range of unique animals that are iconic to the country.
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Kangaroo
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Feb 2014
Las Vegas in search of Beatles memorabilia
Las Vegas is looking for people who have memorabilia or great stories about the Beatles from when they performed in Sin City to share them.
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The Beatles
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Feb 2014
Cologne welcomes record number of foreign visitors
The Cologne Tourist Board has revealed that for the fourth year in a row the number of visitors to the city rose in 2013.
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Cologne Cathedral
28
Feb 2014
Making the most of San Francisco
The US city of San Francisco has long been known as one of the most iconic cities on the West Coast.
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San Francisco
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Feb 2014
Record hotel occupancy in Sydney and Melbourne
Hotel room occupancy in the south east of Australia has hit record highs, according to the latest Tourism and Hotel Market Outlook report.
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Sydney Opera House
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Feb 2014
Arles to unveil two new visitor attractions
Arles in France is set to open two new visitor attractions this year in a bid to further increase the number of holidaymakers in the region.
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Van Gogh
27
Feb 2014
New York high-speed train could increase tourism
The Federal Railroad Administration and the New York State Department of Transportation will discuss plans for a new high-speed train soon.
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G category high speed train
27
Feb 2014
The best museums and art galleries in Amsterdam
Getting a feel of a place’s history and culture when on holiday there is vital, and this is easy to do in Amsterdam.
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Van Loon
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Feb 2014
Amsterdam to bring forward new bicycle scheme
Amsterdam is set to bring forward plans that will see thousands of new bicycle parking spaces and bike lanes built across the city.
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bikes in amsterdam
26
Feb 2014
2014 is a ‘very good year’ to visit France
According to the Buffalo News ‘any year is a very good year to visit France’, but 2014’s visitors will notice a number of impressive changes.
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Rodin Museum
26
Feb 2014
World’s best food festival heads to Perth
The world’s most recognised food festival is heading to Perth on May 2nd and is set to attract thousands of visitors to the city.
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American Wine & Food Festival
25
Feb 2014
Article names Paris’ best bakeries
If you are a lover of baguettes, sandwiches and cakes then visiting Paris should be number one on your ‘places to visit’ shortlist.
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Bread Baking
25
Feb 2014
Countdown to Düsseldorf carnival begins
The countdown to the up and coming Düsseldorf carnival, which is regarded as one of the biggest events of the year in the city, has begun.
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Corso Illumine
25
Feb 2014
Melbourne’s White Night festival a success
More than half a million holidaymakers and locals took to the streets of Melbourne this week to celebrate the city’s White Night festival.
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White Night
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Feb 2014
An introduction to the famous French wine regions
While many visitors flock to France for its expanses of idyllic countryside, beautiful landmarks and character-filled cities, towns and villages, the country is also known worldwide for its excellent wines.
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Wine
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Feb 2014
Vienna voted world’s most liveable city
Vienna has been named the most liveable city in the world after a global survey found that the Austrian capital offers the best quality of life.
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Theseus Temple
24
Feb 2014
Plans for underwater Great Barrier Reef hotel
Plans have been released for an underwater hotel on the Great Barrier Reef, and have drawn a mixed response.
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Great Barrier Reef
24
Feb 2014
Telegraph lists best museums and art galleries in Paris
The Telegraph Travel’s Paris expert has revealed her favourite museums and art galleries in the French capital.
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Louvre
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Feb 2014
Budapest Spring Festival to return next month
Excitement is building across Budapest as the Spring Festival is all set to return next month, offering a diverse celebration of the arts.
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Budapest
 
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