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Meet the Artist Delighting Amsterdam - nytimes.com - Netherlands - city Amsterdam
nytimes.com
01.03.2024 / 10:55

Meet the Artist Delighting Amsterdam

In the spring of 2020, at the height of the pandemic, the always bustling Dam Square in Amsterdam was deserted, silent and surrounded by concrete counterterrorism blocks. The Dutch street artist Frank de Ruwe, who goes by the name of Frankey, decided these daunting studded blocks resembled something more innocent — giant Lego blocks — and that the city needed something to lighten the gloom.

Want to catch the April 2024 eclipse in the USA? Here's how. - lonelyplanet.com - county Hot Spring - Usa - New York - county Park - state Missouri - state Vermont - county Dallas - state Michigan - state Maine - state Oklahoma - state Pennsylvania - state Texas - state New Hampshire - state Arkansas - state Ohio - state Indiana - city Fort Worth - city These - state Kentucky - state Illinois - county Worth - city Indianapolis - county Buffalo
lonelyplanet.com
29.02.2024 / 23:13

Want to catch the April 2024 eclipse in the USA? Here's how.

Even as we travel around the globe, it’s easy to forget that our planet is part of a much larger celestial dance. Sure, we mark the orbit of the Earth around the Sun each year, but nothing reminds us that we are part of something much bigger than the experience of watching the Moon slide in front of the Sun during a solar eclipse. 

In the Remote Northwest Territories of Canada, Indigenous Tourism Paves the Path Forward - cntraveler.com - Netherlands - Britain - Usa - Canada
cntraveler.com
29.02.2024 / 17:33

In the Remote Northwest Territories of Canada, Indigenous Tourism Paves the Path Forward

In the autumn of 1897, after gold was discovered in the Klondike, my English great-grandfather rode out from a cattle ranch near Edmonton, Alberta, to make his fortune. It was late in the season. He traveled with three Americans, eight pack ponies, a Winchester rifle, a tin billycan for tea, a Dutch oven for making bread, a goatskin coat, and a few light mining implements. But the snowfall was heavier than expected, which made the ground treacherous for the horses. When his companions decided to sit out the winter with some fur trapping, my great-grandfather sold his share of the ponies for sled dogs and hired an Indigenous tracker instead. His pace picked up, but the weather deteriorated. When supplies got dangerously low, he suggested to his tracker that they eat the dogs. Eventually, he was forced to return to England empty-handed. His diary, however, survived.

Saudi's New Campaign For AIUIa Promotes Heritage Sites - skift.com - Saudi Arabia - state New York - city Mumbai - city Shanghai - city Dubai
skift.com
29.02.2024 / 13:31

Saudi's New Campaign For AIUIa Promotes Heritage Sites

Saudi Arabia has launched a global brand campaign for its cultural tourism site AlUla, home to ancient ruins and a growing list of luxury hotels. The “Forever Revitalising” campaign has been produced in six languages with events in Dubai, London, New York, Paris, Shanghai, and Mumbai.

UAE Group Launches Casino Resort in Georgia with Fractional Ownership - skift.com - Georgia - Usa - Turkey - Saudi Arabia - Qatar - Russia - Uae - city Abu Dhabi - Bahrain - Oman - city Tbilisi - Iraq
skift.com
29.02.2024 / 13:31

UAE Group Launches Casino Resort in Georgia with Fractional Ownership

Abu Dhabi hotel group Rotana has a casino project in the works, and investment in the resort is open to anyone, starting at US$89,400 for a hotel room.

Celebrate Mothers Day in Saudi - breakingtravelnews.com - city Old - Saudi Arabia - county Day - city Jeddah
breakingtravelnews.com
27.02.2024 / 12:52

Celebrate Mothers Day in Saudi

Escape the winter chill and whisk mothers and mother-figures to warmer climes. From spa treatments and gourmet delights, to bonding over a new skill, not only does a trip to Saudi promise much-welcomed boost of vitamin D to mark the end of winter, but an opportunity to enjoy some truly special experiences in the world’s newest and most exciting tourist destination.

WTTC Celebrates Saudi Arabia’s Milestone Surpassing 100 Million Tourists - breakingtravelnews.com - Saudi Arabia
breakingtravelnews.com
27.02.2024 / 12:51

WTTC Celebrates Saudi Arabia’s Milestone Surpassing 100 Million Tourists

The World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) congratulates Saudi Arabia’s achievement of welcoming over 100 million tourists, a testament to the Kingdom’s strategic reforms, visionary investments, and resilience in the face of global challenges. This milestone exemplifies the success of Saudi Arabia’s efforts to transform its Travel & Tourism sector into a key driver of economic diversification and growth.

The world’s richest horse race to be staged in Saudi Arabia - breakingtravelnews.com - Portugal - Japan - Britain - state Florida - Saudi Arabia - county Real - city Madrid, county Real - city Dubai - city Newcastle - city Riyadh
breakingtravelnews.com
24.02.2024 / 07:27

The world’s richest horse race to be staged in Saudi Arabia

The world’s most valuable horse race will be staged this week with the Saudi Cup 2024 set to be bigger than ever.

St. Maarten’s Newest Luxury Resort and Residences, Vie L’Ven, Launches Sales - breakingtravelnews.com - Netherlands - France
breakingtravelnews.com
21.02.2024 / 07:57

St. Maarten’s Newest Luxury Resort and Residences, Vie L’Ven, Launches Sales

Altree Developments, a Toronto-based, multi-generational, full-service development company is set to redefine luxury living in St. Maarten and today announces they have launched sales at their newest development, Vie L’Ven (life to life), a luxury resort and residences with 280 units, that is slated for completion in 2028. “Vie L’Ven seamlessly coalesces the influences of both French and Dutch cultures which are truly represented in this incomparable development through exceptional living, dining and wellness experiences,” says Zev Mandelbaum, founder of Altree. “Serving as a love letter to St. Maarten, Vie L’Ven encourages homeowners and guests to embrace living life to the fullest, while soaking in the island’s natural beauty and tranquility, where European culture blends effortlessly with Caribbean aptitude.”

Right to Rome: why spring is the best time to visit the Italian capital - theguardian.com - Netherlands - city European - Italy - Usa - city Rome - city Santa
theguardian.com
19.02.2024 / 10:17

Right to Rome: why spring is the best time to visit the Italian capital

Forget Paris in spring: Rome is both warmer and cooler in the first few months of the year. The locals are in their winter black rollneck jumpers, accessorised with equally noir-ish sunglasses. With an average of 17C by March, it’s warm enough to sit outside cafés and bars, but not hot enough to fall foul of the “no shorts” rule enforced in Rome’s oldest churches.

Tropical-Chic New Hotels Opening In The Caribbean - forbes.com - British Virgin Islands - Grenada - city Sandal - Saint Vincent And The Grenadines
forbes.com
17.02.2024 / 18:43

Tropical-Chic New Hotels Opening In The Caribbean

These luxe new Caribbean properties are a castaway fantasy come to life.

Desert X AlUla 2024: An Exhibition Of Unseen Wonders - forbes.com - Saudi Arabia
forbes.com
17.02.2024 / 16:13

Desert X AlUla 2024: An Exhibition Of Unseen Wonders

In the vast and whispering sands of AlUla, an ancient landscape where history breathes from the very earth, Desert X AlUla 2024 unfurls as a breathtaking canvas for contemporary art. From February 9th to March 23rd, this majestic region in north-west Saudi Arabia transforms into a globally resonant art space, inviting visitors to ponder the profound theme 'In the Presence of Absence.' This year's edition, expertly guided by artistic directors Raneem Farsi and Neville Wakefield, along with curators Maya El Khalil and Marcello Dantas, debuts 15 newly commissioned works that challenge the onlookers to seek what lies beyond the visible. Amidst the silent narratives of AlUla's sandstone mountains and lush oasis valley, Desert X AlUla 2024 weaves a dialogue between the seen and unseen, offering a unique intersection of art, nature, and heritage that transcends the conventional gallery experience.

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