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30
Jul 2014
Holidaymakers flock to Vienna in 2014
Vienna’s Tourist Board Director has announced that the number of holidaymakers staying overnight in Vienna has reached record levels.
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Vienna is a urban hiking haven
29
Jul 2014
New York hoping to bring panda to zoo
New York City council member Carolyn Maloney has this week revealed plans to bring a Chinese panda to New York.
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A New York council member is planning to bring a panda to one of its zoos
28
Jul 2014
New statue unveiled in Alice Springs
A new statue of the world-famous explorer John McDouall Stuart has recently been unveiled in the centre of Alice Springs.
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A new statue of the explorer John McDouall Stuart has been unveiled in Alice Springs
25
Jul 2014
World record broken in Budapest
This week it has been officially confirmed that a new Guinness world record was broken in Budapest recently.
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It has been officially confirmed that a new Guinness world record was broken in Budapest
24
Jul 2014
Discover the best of France before your river cruise
France has become one of the most popular destination for river cruises, with the stunning landscapes, fine food and beautiful wine just some of the reason why millions flock here each and every year.
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Gascony Pie
24
Jul 2014
LA & New York top tourism rankings
A new study has shown that Los Angeles and New York are the top two tourism and business destinations in the US.
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The New York skyline
23
Jul 2014
Australia & NZ could launch tourism campaign
It has been announced that the tourism ministers of New Zealand and Australia will meet next month to discuss plans to promote both countries.
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The Sydney Opera House in Australia
23
Jul 2014
Cologne, Nuremberg top German destinations
According to a recent study by Trivago, a hotel search website, both Cologne and Nuremberg are two of the most popular German destinations.
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Cologne cathedral
22
Jul 2014
Eurostar to have direct route to Marseille
The Eurostar has announced plans for a direct route between Ashford in Kent and Marseille in the south of France.
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Eurostar trains
21
Jul 2014
Darling Harbour to improve appeal
A director for the Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority has announced that the redevelopment of Darling Harbour will make it more appealing.
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Darling Harbour
21
Jul 2014
Fun things to do in Bucharest
An article on the Romania-Insider has created a list of the top fun things to do in Bucharest this summer and beyond.
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in Bucharest city
18
Jul 2014
Queen’s horses to roam Vienna parks
Some of the world’s most famous horses, which are regarded as the Queen of England’s favourites, will be roaming parks across Vienna.
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Queens horse
17
Jul 2014
Melbourne to have own Serpentine pavilion
It has been announced that work on a pop up pavilion in Melbourne will begin this month at Melbourne’s Queen Victoria Memorial Gardens.
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Queen Victoria Memorial
17
Jul 2014
Streets closed as movie shot in San Fran
A movie that is predicted to become a Hollywood blockbuster is currently being filmed across San Francisco.
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Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson
16
Jul 2014
Memphis: exploring the city of rock and roll
A city of great culture, tradition and history, Memphis is a destination that never fails to disappoint visitors.
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Gracelands
16
Jul 2014
France one of friendliest nations
A new study has revealed that France is the friendliest and most welcoming country in the whole of Europe.
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Paris, Eiffel Tower
15
Jul 2014
Kwaku Festival brings culture to Amsterdam
The Kwaku Festival is up and running across Amsterdam, offering almost of a month of fun for both visitors and local residents.
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VKwaku Festival brings culture to Amsterdam
14
Jul 2014
The ultimate visitor guide to Sydney
A cultural metropolis of epic proportions, Sydney is renowned as a destination for all to visit during their all-inclusive tours of Australia.
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The ultimate visitor guide to Sydney
14
Jul 2014
Bastille Day goes off with a bang in Paris
As the world looks to mark Bastille Day, Paris is looking to celebrate the occasion with a bang.
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Bastille Day goes off with a bang in Paris
11
Jul 2014
Celebrity chefs name best Perth restaurants in article | Scenic Tours News
An article published by an Australian newspaper has highlighted the fantastic relationship that the city of Perth holds with food.
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Celebrity chefs name best Perth restaurants in article
10
Jul 2014
New stadium in Bordeaux to be built
A brand new stadium is being built in Bordeaux ahead of the 2016 Football European Championships.
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Bordeaux stadium
9
Jul 2014
Prague sites added to protected list
As part of a new scheme to save some of the Czech Republic’s most cultural monuments, two buildings in Prague have been added to a cultural list.
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Prague city
8
Jul 2014
Tour de France to pass through Paris
Today will be the first time the 2014 Tour de France visits France after the first three stages took place in England.
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Tour de France riders
7
Jul 2014
Budapest signs agreement with airport
Budapest Municipality and Budapest Airport have signed a strategic agreement that will speed up the development of projects aimed at improving tourism.
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the Budapest Airport
4
Jul 2014
Bucharest Jazz Festival in full swing
The famous Bucharest Jazz Festival is now in full swing and has so far attracted thousands of people.
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Bucharest Jazz Festival
4
Jul 2014
Big screen in Paris to show France vs Germany
It’s now official that Paris has been gripped by World Cup fever as fans will be able to watch their country’s World Cup game on a big screen.
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Big screen in Paris to show France football match
3
Jul 2014
Metro expansion planned for Vienna
This week it was revealed that Vienna’s public transport network will be redeveloped and expanded within the next 10 years.
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Vienna’s public transport network
3
Jul 2014
The must-see Las Vegas attractions
An article in the Telegraph has revealed what it thinks is the best attractions in Las Vegas to visit this summer.
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Visiting Las Vegas
2
Jul 2014
Amsterdam gains Tulip Island
As Holland’s most iconic symbol it may come as no surprise that a whole new attraction is being built in their honour – Tulip Island.
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Tulips in Amsterdam
2
Jul 2014
River cruises could overtake hotel trade in France
As plans to increase the tax on hotel stays for tourists are announced, French river cruises look increasingly tempting.
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River cruises could overtake hotel trade taxes in France
1
Jul 2014
Kylie Minogue to tour Australia in 2015
One of Australia’s most famous singers, Kylie Minogue, has this week revealed the dates for her tour of Australia in 2015.
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Kylie Minogue in concert
1
Jul 2014
Belgrade waterfront to be redeveloped
Plans were released at the end of last week that will see the Belgrade waterfront redeveloped in a bid to attract more holidaymakers to the city.
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Belgrade Waterfront
30
Jun 2014
Philly one of the most visited US cities
According to a recent study Philadelphia was the 13th most visited city in the USA throughout 2013 with the number of foreign visitors rising.
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Philadelphia
30
Jun 2014
Paris Police release safety plans
The Parisian police have once again introduced a plan to help keep national and international visitors safe.
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French Police
30
Jun 2014
Las Vegas: make the most of your trip to the Strip
An oasis of excitement in the otherwise harsh Nevada desert, Las Vegas is a lively metropolis that many of us long to visit.
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Las Vegas
30
Jun 2014
Stunning cities to explore on the river Rhone
Europe has long been a heralded destination for river cruises, with the endless tranquil waterways carving through a delightful mix of beautiful rural countryside and bustling towns and cities – meaning there’s plenty to suit all kinds of traveller.
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Stunning cities to explore on the river Rhone
27
Jun 2014
Budapest remembers Yellow Star Houses
Throughout this past week the Hungarian capital of Budapest has been celebrating and commemorating its Yellow Star houses.¬¬
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Budapest Yellow Star Houses
27
Jun 2014
Melbourne Sees New Public Transport Boost
Around 4,000 new train, tram and bus services are set to be launched in Melbourne at the end of July, according to the Victorian Government.
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Australian tours
26
Jun 2014
Bordeaux to build Wine Cultural Centre
A Wine Cultural Centre is set to be built in Bordeaux and a leading figure in the project is expecting it to attract more holidaymakers.
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Bordeaux fine wines
26
Jun 2014
Vienna could host Eurovision 2015
Following Austrian Conchita Wurst’s victory in the 2014 Eurovision song contest last month the focus has now turned towards a potential host city.
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Eurovision band
25
Jun 2014
Top places to visit in USA
A US News and World Report has unveiled its annual top places to visit in the USA list, a list which is dominated by beaches, national parks and cities.
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Times Square, New York
25
Jun 2014
Amsterdam holocaust memorial delayed
A new Holocaust memorial that has been planned to be built in a park in Amsterdam has now been put on hold.
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Wertheim Park
24
Jun 2014
Air show takes place in Bucharest
The biggest air show in Romania took place over the weekend in Bucharest and thousands turned out to watch the event.
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Flying Bulls
24
Jun 2014
Bob Dylan to tour Australia
World-renowned musician Bob Dylan is heading to Australia in August as part of his tour of the country.
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Bob Dylan in concert
23
Jun 2014
France plans to increase tourism
The French government has announced that its main aim to help increase tourism to the country is to be friendlier to visitors.
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River Seine, Paris
23
Jun 2014
The biggest & best Art Basel ends
Many experts have stated that this year’s Art Basel, which finished on Sunday 22nd June, was the biggest and best yet.
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Art Basel event
20
Jun 2014
What to do in Prague in 2 days
There is a reason why Prague is such a popular destination for travellers in Europe as the city is home to some spectacular attractions.
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astronomical clock
20
Jun 2014
1 year to protect Great Barrier Reef
Australia has been told by the World Heritage Committee that they have to address the issues with the Great Barrier Reef within one year.
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divers on the Great Barrier Reef
19
Jun 2014
Iconic Cologne landmark reopened
The Cologne festival hall has reopened after being closed for just over five years after undergoing major renovation work.
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Cologne’s Flora
19
Jun 2014
Eiffel Tower open again after strike
The Eiffel Tower in France is once again open after a strike last Friday caused the famous attraction to be closed.
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Frances - Eiffel Tower
18
Jun 2014
Sir Cliff Richard to perform in NYC
Sir Cliff Richard is set to perform in a free-to-attend gig in the centre of New York on 21st June after his gig with Steven Morrissey had to be cancelled.
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Sir Cliff Richard to perform in NYC
18
Jun 2014
Art Basel begins tomorrow
The world-renowned Art Basel exhibition is expected to attract thousands of visitors to the Swiss city this month.
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Art Basel exhibition
18
Jun 2014
Australia’s number 1 attraction revealed
A study from TripAdvisor has revealed that Australia’s number one landmark for visitors is the Australian War Memorial in Canberra.
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Australian War Memorial
18
Jun 2014
Discovering Tasmania at its brilliant best
While cities such as Sydney, Melbourne and Perth are usually the perfect places to head during their luxury tours of Australia, the island is the ultimate place to head for those seeking a real sense of adventure.
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Wineglass bay
17
Jun 2014
The best Dutch city beaches
An online article has said that Holland is a perfect destination for a summer breakaway, but not just because of its pretty countryside or good weather.
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An article has said that Holland is a perfect destination for a summer breakaway
17
Jun 2014
Bordeaux Wine Festival edges closer
The Bordeaux Wine Festival is set to draw thousands of wine lovers to the city when it begins on 26th June.
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The Bordeaux Wine Festival is set to draw thousands of wine lovers to the city
16
Jun 2014
Northern Territory’s beauty shown
An article on the Daily Mail website has shown-off a number of stunning photographs of Australia’s Northern Territory.
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A new tourism campaign for the Northern Territory is set to be launched
16
Jun 2014
Rolling Stones visit Vienna
The Rolling Stones will be strutting their stuff tonight in the Austrian capital of Vienna in front of thousands of fans.
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The Rolling Stones are tonight in the Austrian capital of Vienna
13
Jun 2014
French restaurants dominate top 100 list
In the revered Opinionated About Dining survey, which created a list of the top 100 restaurants in Europe, French restaurants dominate.
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French food
13
Jun 2014
Creative Sweden begins in Bucharest
Creative Sweden, an event that celebrates Swedish culture, begins today in the centre of Bucharest.
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Herastrau Park, Bucharest
12
Jun 2014
Cologne second safest German city
A study has revealed that Cologne is the second safest city to visit in Germany, while Düsseldorf has been voted the fourth safest.
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City of Cologne
12
Jun 2014
Great Barrier Reef resort a step closer
A proposed Great Barrier Reef resort has moved one step closer to becoming a reality after the development was granted a casino licence.
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Great Barrier Reef
12
Jun 2014
Chocolate World opens in Las Vegas
As if Las Vegas needed to get any sweeter the city’s strip has now welcomed chocolatier Hershey’s to open an exhibition called Chocolate World.
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Chocolate World
11
Jun 2014
Section of famous bridge in Paris collapses
Over two metres of railing on the Pont des Arts bridge in the centre of Paris collapsed after it could not cope under the weight of the thousands of love locks on it.
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Love Locks bridge
11
Jun 2014
Cycle project in Budapest gets the green light
After a two-month delay a new public cycle rental system is finally set to be launched and could be up and running across Budapest as early as July.
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Hire bicycles
11
Jun 2014
French restaurants – let’s escargot!
France is a country best known for its gastronomic reputation and, as such, boasts thousands of excellent and reputable restaurants.
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escargot - snails
10
Jun 2014
Alice Springs prepares for the Camel Cup
While Brazil prepares to host the World Cup this week, Alice Springs in Australia’s Northern Territory is preparing to hold the famous Australia Camel Cup.
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Camel Cup
10
Jun 2014
Prague cemetery to host cultural and social events
The largest cemetery in Prague could become a major tourist attraction in the future as the Prague Cemeteries Management group want it to hold a number of events.
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Olsany Cemetery in Prague
9
Jun 2014
Froome gears up for Tour de France with win in Lyon
Lyon played host to the first stage of the Criterium du Dauphine race at the weekend and reigning Tour de France champion Chris Froome came out victorious.
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Chris Froome
9
Jun 2014
Vienna’s Kirtag Festival set to be biggest yet
This year’s Kirtag Festival in Vienna is expected to have attracted the most visitors since its formation back in 2010.
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Vienna’s Kirtag Festival
7
Jun 2014
How to spend your day in the city of Melk
Regarded as one of Austria’s best kept secrets, Melk is a city of outstanding beauty.
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Melk Abbey, Austria
6
Jun 2014
Sydney Harbour Bridge climb is number 1 attraction
According to a writer from the Sydney Morning Herald the Sydney Harbour Bridge climb is one of the biggest attractions in Sydney.
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Sydney Harbour Bridge
6
Jun 2014
First quarter stats show rise in visitors to Cologne
Figures released by North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW) has shown that in the first quarter of 2014 the number of holidaymakers visiting Cologne has increased.
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Cologne
5
Jun 2014
Holland Festival kicks off
The Holland Festival in Amsterdam has begun and the number of events planned for the festival is set to attract thousands of visitors.
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Holland Festival kicks off
5
Jun 2014
Events planned across France for D-Day anniversary
A number of events have been planned across France for the 70th D-Day anniversary, which will be recognised across the world on Friday.
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D-Day anniversary in France
4
Jun 2014
Stretch of famous Lombard Street set to be closed
A part of the world-famous Lombard Street, which is known as the Crookedest Street in the World, is set to be closed to holidaymakers.
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Lombard Street
4
Jun 2014
Melbourne City Council set to plant exotic trees
Melbourne City Council has recently revealed that they are looking to plant new exotic species of trees to replace the resident ones.
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Melbourne city streets
4
Jun 2014
Ancient Bucharest buildings undergo restoration work
A marathon of restoration work has nearly been completed on old and ancient buildings across Bucharest.
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Ancient Bucharest buildings
3
Jun 2014
Solution being sought after for love locks in Paris
The Mayor of Paris has decided to take action against the millions of love locks that are prominent on bridges across the French capital.
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love locks bridge, Paris
3
Jun 2014
Ascension Day celebrations take place across Belgrade
A number of celebrations for Ascension Day, which is also known as the Feast of the Ascension, took place across Belgrade last week.
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Ascension Day celebrations
2
Jun 2014
World-record Lego tower unveiled in Budapest
A 34-metre tall tower that has been made completely out of Lego has been unveiled in the centre of Budapest.
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Lego Tower, Budapest
2
Jun 2014
Perth skyline set to be illuminated
Plans have been proposed for the outline of landmark buildings in the city centre of Perth to be made brighter with new LED strip lights.
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Perth, Oz
 
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