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Now One Fast Train From Tokyo: Culture, Crafts and Hot Springs - nytimes.com - county Hot Spring - Japan - Britain - city Tokyo
nytimes.com
17.05.2024 / 10:37

Now One Fast Train From Tokyo: Culture, Crafts and Hot Springs

At the southwest corner of Ishikawa, a verdant prefecture hugging the Sea of Japan, traditional craftsmanship thrives alongside contemporary art and architecture in the small towns that make up Kaga City.

Hôtel Martinez: An Ultra-Glam Art Deco Icon Overlooking Cannes’ Legendary Croisette - forbes.com - France - city Paris - city London
forbes.com
15.05.2024 / 19:31

Hôtel Martinez: An Ultra-Glam Art Deco Icon Overlooking Cannes’ Legendary Croisette

The glamour of Hotel Martinez, Unbound Collection by Hyatt hits you even before you walk through its doors. Thanks to its prime location on the iconic La Croisette — plus a chic private beach club draped with gorgeous globetrotters, and candy-colored Lamborghinis and Ferraris parked outside — the 5-star heritage hotel is as synonymous with the fashionable French Riviera jet set as the Cannes Film Festival itself.

Aqua Expeditions Unveils New State-of-the-Art Website and Advisor Portal - travelpulse.com
travelpulse.com
14.05.2024 / 19:42

Aqua Expeditions Unveils New State-of-the-Art Website and Advisor Portal

Leading luxury small-ship cruise line Aqua Expeditions has just unveiled its new, cutting-edge website, complete with a dedicated portal tailored specifically for travel advisors. With its redesign and features architecture informed by extensive user experience studies, the revamped website is both visually captivating and intuitively navigable.

Choose A Suite To Match Your Emotions At St. Louis’s Angad Arts Hotel - forbes.com - county St. Louis
forbes.com
13.05.2024 / 11:05

Choose A Suite To Match Your Emotions At St. Louis’s Angad Arts Hotel

Located in a vibrant, emerging arts district in midtown St. Louis, Angad Arts Hotel is a haven for arts enthusiasts, and it’s the first hotel where you can choose your room based on the emotion of color. The hotel staff is dedicated to engaging the creativity and joy of guests, so it’s easy to start having fun from the moment you check in to the hotel on the top floor and get a glimpse of its charming ART Bar.

5 Of The Best Museums And Cultural Hot Spots To Visit In Brussels, Belgium - forbes.com - Belgium - city Brussels, Belgium
forbes.com
10.05.2024 / 21:35

5 Of The Best Museums And Cultural Hot Spots To Visit In Brussels, Belgium

There are endless cultural experiences in Brussels to add to your bucket list—but if you’re visiting for the first time there are a handful of spots you’ll want to check off your list immediately. The following museums and culturally significant hot spots are unique to Brussels and will appeal to a broad range of travelers, from science fiends to architecture fans.

Egypt showcases prominent tourism projects during participation at Arabian Travel Market - breakingtravelnews.com - Uae - Egypt - city Dubai
breakingtravelnews.com
08.05.2024 / 21:07

Egypt showcases prominent tourism projects during participation at Arabian Travel Market

Egypt will showcase its commitment to enhancing the tourist experience and attracting new visitors from the UAE, GCC, and globally by highlighting the country’s tourism potential, forthcoming projects, and future initiatives at Arabian Travel Market 2024 (ATM) in Dubai as it looks to build on the record 15 million tourists welcomed in 2023.

A journey to Mauritius: Pristine Beaches and Rich Culture - breakingtravelnews.com - France - county Garden - India - Mauritius
breakingtravelnews.com
08.05.2024 / 08:12

A journey to Mauritius: Pristine Beaches and Rich Culture

Mauritius is a volcanic island renowned for its breathtakingly beautiful beaches, lush interiors, and surrounding coral reefs that protect a vibrant marine life. The island’s unique geography makes it a perfect destination for those who appreciate nature’s artworks. From the iconic Le Morne Mountain, a UNESCO World Heritage site, to the enchanting waterfalls of Chamarel, Mauritius is a feast for the senses.

Tourism projected to account for 12% of UAE GDP this year - breakingtravelnews.com - Saudi Arabia - Uae - Bahrain - Oman - city Dubai
breakingtravelnews.com
08.05.2024 / 08:09

Tourism projected to account for 12% of UAE GDP this year

Gulf-wide collaboration, ease of inter-regional travel and infrastructure development were placed under the microscope at Arabian Travel Market (ATM) 2024, which saw a selection of policymakers discuss the streamlining of the GCC’s thriving tourism industry. The 31st edition of ATM is being hosted at Dubai World Travel Centre (DWTC) until Thursday 9 May.

Spirit Announces First-Quarter Earnings, But Focus Turns to Second Quarter - travelpulse.com - Usa
travelpulse.com
07.05.2024 / 18:49

Spirit Announces First-Quarter Earnings, But Focus Turns to Second Quarter

Spirit Airlines announced its first-quarter earnings on Monday, but the focus was on the second quarter. And it wasn’t good news.

Eco island hopping, world-class food and Vikings: Denmark’s 2024 cultural highlights - theguardian.com - Denmark - city Copenhagen
theguardian.com
07.05.2024 / 10:33

Eco island hopping, world-class food and Vikings: Denmark’s 2024 cultural highlights

Stargazing, seals and sandbanks in MandøDenmark’s wilderness zones and sparsely populated isles have long been havens for nature lovers and stargazers. Mandø, on the south-west coast of Jutland, is the most recent addition to the country’s four Dark Sky Parks. A small island in the Wadden Sea National Park, Mandø is most easily accessed at low tide via tractor bus over the causeway from the mainland – adding to the adventure and reducing the chances of latecomers’ annoying car headlights ruining your night vision. By day, you’ll likely want to visit the lovingly preserved, thatched and white-walled Mandø House museum (an early 19th-century shipmaster’s home), not to mention the island’s landmark windmill and church. Observe thriving seal and migratory bird species on a bike ride around the marshes and sandbanks.

India Ramps Up Its Promotion as a Wedding Destination - skift.com - Switzerland - India - Thailand - city Jaipur - city Astoria
skift.com
07.05.2024 / 06:01

India Ramps Up Its Promotion as a Wedding Destination

India is actively promoting itself as the next big wedding destination. At the first “Wed in India” Expo ongoing in Jaipur till Wednesday, tourism ministry official Manisha Saxena said that the rapid infrastructure development across India is aiding destination weddings. 

The New Generation of Entrepreneurs Giving Kolkata’s Heritage Buildings a Fresh Start - cntraveler.com - Britain - India - county Hall
cntraveler.com
06.05.2024 / 18:11

The New Generation of Entrepreneurs Giving Kolkata’s Heritage Buildings a Fresh Start

On a leafy stretch near Kolkata's Southern Avenue, the three-level designer store Bombaim is a hive of activity. Young locals breeze through its centuries-old doors, trying on silks and gowns, admiring the space's bones. Large windows allow ample sunlight to stream through, illuminating the mulmul curtains that fall from the ceilings. Outside, lush tejpatta, or bay leaf, trees grow. The Art Deco grills and the city's signature khorkhoris, or louvered windows, reflect the store's previous life as a turn-of-the-century residence. Bombaim's owner, Richa Kanoi, made a point of preserving its historic splendor. “The launch was more about celebrating the space than the clothes,” she says.

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