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You Could Be Traveling Underwater Between Africa And Europe By 2030 - forbes.com - Spain - Morocco - Gibraltar - Eu - France - Britain - South Africa - city Madrid - Egypt - Tunisia
forbes.com
16.05.2024 / 20:19

You Could Be Traveling Underwater Between Africa And Europe By 2030

It's been 30 years since two workers, one French, one English, dug through an undersea wall and met for the first time in what would become the Channel Tunnel, linking continental Europe with the U.K. via a land route.

9 Best Things to Do in Panama - cntraveler.com - Spain - France - Usa - China - Qatar - Panama - city Panama - city Doha - city Beijing, China
cntraveler.com
16.05.2024 / 15:13

9 Best Things to Do in Panama

Panama has long been a paradise for the backpacker crowd thanks to 1,800 miles of pristine coastline and an abundance of budget-friendly accommodations. But in recent years, the Central American country has won over a more varied mix of travelers, luring luxury-seekers, coffee snobs, serious conservationists, and everyone in between. There’s no one-size-fits-all approach to a Panamanian getaway—you can see three-toed pygmy sloths in Bocas del Toro, marvel at Spanish-colonial architecture in Panama City’s Casco Viejo, and learn about centuries-old Mola textile crafts by visiting Guna artisans in the San Blas Islands. To live out your private-island Robinson Crusoe fantasies, book a stay at Islas Secas or Nayara Bocas del Toro. One visit is just scratching the surface of the isthmus nation; here are nine ideas for how to spend your next Panamanian holiday.

An Exhibit About El Dorado Dares To Ask: What If Gold Had Never Become A Commodity? - forbes.com - Spain - Usa - New York - Colombia - county El Dorado - Columbus
forbes.com
16.05.2024 / 14:15

An Exhibit About El Dorado Dares To Ask: What If Gold Had Never Become A Commodity?

Christopher Columbus’s fortunes have changed over the past several decades. Monuments that once celebrated his memory have been toppled or spattered with paint. Disdain for his colonialist ways is unmistakable. But few interventions are as thoughtful as the art of Hew Locke.

Despite Boeing Setbacks, TUI Delivers Record Revenues - skift.com - Spain - Germany - Britain
skift.com
15.05.2024 / 17:21

Despite Boeing Setbacks, TUI Delivers Record Revenues

TUI, one of Europe’s largest tourism companies, detailed the operational challenges posed by ongoing Boeing delivery delays during an earnings call on Wednesday.

Why the Launch of the Airbus A321XLR Isn’t Going to Plan - skift.com - Spain - Ireland - Britain - city Boston - city Washington - city Dublin - city Madrid - parish Iberia
skift.com
15.05.2024 / 17:21

Why the Launch of the Airbus A321XLR Isn’t Going to Plan

There’s been a late change of plan for Airbus’ new plane. The A321XLR is the company’s flagship single-aisle jet and until recently, Aer Lingus was due to fly it before anyone else.

Tell us about a garden in Europe – you could win a holiday voucher - theguardian.com - Spain - Britain - county Florence
theguardian.com
15.05.2024 / 11:29

Tell us about a garden in Europe – you could win a holiday voucher

From the Renaissance splendour and symmetry of the Boboli gardens in Florence to the trickling fountains and rose gardens of the Alhambra in Spain, Europe has no shortage of “must see” gardens, but a tranquil escape from the tourist crowds they are not. Instead, we’d love to hear about your favourite “secret gardens” in continental Europe; oases of green that offer cool respite from a busy sightseeing itinerary and where you won’t be jostling for elbow room with coach parties of tourists. It could be a leafy public park, the grounds of a museum or gallery, or a botanical garden that turned into an unexpected highlight of your trip.

Why Did the Hotel Chain Hire a Marine Biologist? - nytimes.com - Spain
nytimes.com
15.05.2024 / 09:23

Why Did the Hotel Chain Hire a Marine Biologist?

Carbon neutrality, zero waste and serving seafood solely from responsible suppliers: Many boutique eco-tourism destinations — particularly those catering to small numbers of luxury travelers — can reach or come close to sustainability goals such as these, but what about a decades-old resort company operating 97 properties across 14 countries?

Orcas Sink Another Boat Near Iberia, Worrying Sailors Before Summer - nytimes.com - Spain - Morocco - Gibraltar - Portugal
nytimes.com
15.05.2024 / 09:23

Orcas Sink Another Boat Near Iberia, Worrying Sailors Before Summer

Summer is on the way, meaning that the orcas are out to play near the Strait of Gibraltar — which is bad news for sailors.

5 Of The Best Museums In Barcelona - forbes.com - Spain
forbes.com
14.05.2024 / 22:07

5 Of The Best Museums In Barcelona

There’s nothing like tanning on the beach or bar-hopping into the night in Barcelona—but between all of the sun, sand, and sangria, the city has a lot to offer culturally-minded travelers hoping to grasp a better understanding of the pulse of the city and its unique history.

More Than 20 Universities from Around the World Will Participate in the Tenerife Global Summit 2024 - breakingtravelnews.com - Spain - Czech Republic - France - Portugal - Israel - Britain - Usa - Brazil - Mexico - state Florida - Colombia - Scotland - city Madrid - Uruguay - Argentina - Paraguay - county Rio Grande - city Santos - city Sao Paulo, Brazil
breakingtravelnews.com
14.05.2024 / 08:56

More Than 20 Universities from Around the World Will Participate in the Tenerife Global Summit 2024

More than 20 universities from around the world will present research at the Tenerife Global Summit 2024, which will be held from 19 to 21 June 2024. The conference will bring together national and international experts from different fields related to the tourism sector to discuss the state of the art of the industry and the challenges it faces.

Go Boating And ‘Porching’ In South Carolina Lowcountry - forbes.com - Spain - state South Carolina
forbes.com
09.05.2024 / 15:57

Go Boating And ‘Porching’ In South Carolina Lowcountry

One of the most beloved children’s book series from our youth is Choose Your Own Adventure. Kids would flip through the interactive tales of pirates or astronauts, eagerly awaiting the moment when the author would write something like, “If you want to scale the wall, go to page 14” or “To make a left in the jeep, jump to page 32.” The scenarios seemed endless.

Bartlett Welcomes Investor Confidence Signalled by Catalonia Resorts’ Acquisition of Holiday Inn - breakingtravelnews.com - Spain - Jamaica
breakingtravelnews.com
09.05.2024 / 05:49

Bartlett Welcomes Investor Confidence Signalled by Catalonia Resorts’ Acquisition of Holiday Inn

Minister of Tourism, Hon. Edmund Bartlett has expressed his excitement about the recent developments within the Jamaican tourism industry as Catalonia Hotels & Resorts yesterday (May 7) announced its purchase of the Holiday Inn Resort, Montego Bay from East Bay Management Company Limited, led by prominent Jamaican businessman Kevin Hendrickson. Minister Bartlett celebrated the move by Catalonia, a respected international hospitality brand, as a strong signal of confidence in Jamaica’s tourism sector and a potential trigger for further investments.

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