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Simone Venturini
Italy
city Venice
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Is weed still legal in Thailand? Here’s what tourists need to know as government u-turns - euronews.com - Thailand - city Bangkok
euronews.com
17.05.2024 / 22:47

Is weed still legal in Thailand? Here’s what tourists need to know as government u-turns

Dozens of pro-cannabis advocates gathered at Thailand's health ministry on Thursday 16 May to oppose the government’s plan to relist the plant as a narcotic, two years after it was decriminalised.

‘We pay dearly’: Menorcan town fed up with tourists has introduced visiting hours - euronews.com - Spain - Greece
euronews.com
17.05.2024 / 22:47

‘We pay dearly’: Menorcan town fed up with tourists has introduced visiting hours

With low-whitewashed buildings, narrow stone alleyways and labyrinthine staircases, the town Binibeca Vell is nicknamed the Mykonos of Menorca.

What Do Indian Tourists Want? We Asked 5 Hotel Brands - skift.com - Bhutan - India - Nepal - Thailand - Sri Lanka
skift.com
09.05.2024 / 12:53

What Do Indian Tourists Want? We Asked 5 Hotel Brands

India is a key source market for the neighboring countries of Nepal, Bhutan, and Sri Lanka. In February, India was the biggest source market for Nepal, accounting for more than 25% of foreign tourist arrivals in the country.

How did I avoid paying Venice’s new ‘entrance fee’? By joining the local Venezia FC fans - theguardian.com - Italy - Usa - city Venice - city Santa
theguardian.com
09.05.2024 / 10:47

How did I avoid paying Venice’s new ‘entrance fee’? By joining the local Venezia FC fans

Sunday day-trippers to Venice flashing their €5 entry ticket QR code to get through the turnstiles at the city’s main access points look bemused when football supporters simply show their match tickets instead. Attending a sporting event just happens to be one of the exemptions in the opaque regulations behind what locals see as an attempt to turn their town into a living museum.

Visit Qatar To Take Centre Stage At Arabian Travel Market - breakingtravelnews.com - Qatar - Uae - county Centre - city Dubai, Uae
breakingtravelnews.com
08.05.2024 / 08:12

Visit Qatar To Take Centre Stage At Arabian Travel Market

Visit Qatar will be participating in the 31st edition of Arabian Travel Market (ATM) conference this year in Dubai, UAE from May 6 to 9 to showcase upcoming destinations Qatar offers to the travel and tourism industry. Exhibitors will have the opportunity to explore new areas in the tourism market, highlight the benefits of cooperation, and attract additional investment in the tourism sector.

What’s Brewing With Manila’s Hot Coffee Scene - forbes.com - city Rome - Philippines - city Athens - city Manila - city Dubai - county Coffee
forbes.com
06.05.2024 / 16:55

What’s Brewing With Manila’s Hot Coffee Scene

You would think hot beverages would be unheard of in such a hot and humid country, but coffee is one of the most popular drinks in the Philippines. Nine out of 10 households have coffee in their pantries, and eight out of 10 adults in the country drink an average of 2.5 cups of coffee every day, according to the Philippine Coffee Board.

Venice entry fee launches: Day-trippers now have to pay to visit the Italian city at peak times - euronews.com - Italy
euronews.com
02.05.2024 / 11:03

Venice entry fee launches: Day-trippers now have to pay to visit the Italian city at peak times

Last November, Venice authorities unveiled a pilot program for their long-mooted plan to charge day-trippers to visit the city. 

How To Enjoy The Venice Biennale 2024 - forbes.com - Australia - Usa - city Venice - Egypt
forbes.com
30.04.2024 / 21:51

How To Enjoy The Venice Biennale 2024

It’s a Biennale time in Venice, aka the Art Olympics, an every-two-year event where La Serenissima’s 118 islands are almost entirely dedicated to contemporary art from countries and artists around the world. What started out as small art fair in the Giardini, Venice’s public park, has turned into a six-month, all-island, non-stop blockbuster art fest of exhibitions in palaces, galleries, public spaces, and, of course, the Giardini and Arsenale. This year’s 60th Venice Biennale Stranieri Ovunque - Foreigners Everywhere brings it on strong with 331 artists, 88 national pavilions and 30 collateral events, not to mention other pop ups. That’s a lot of art to take in, and a lot of ground to cover. After years of visiting the Biennale as press and also including time working at the US Pavilion, I’ve finally figured out the best way to navigatee Venice Biennale.

11 Of The Best Country Pavilions Of The Venice Biennale 2024 - forbes.com - France - Australia - Britain - Usa - state Mississippi - city Tokyo - Scotland - India - Tanzania - Benin - Ethiopia
forbes.com
30.04.2024 / 14:27

11 Of The Best Country Pavilions Of The Venice Biennale 2024

The 60th edition of the art extravaganza that’s the Venice Biennale runs until 24 November at the two main venues Giardini and Arsenale. as well as countless offsite locations, official and unofficial. There are 88 National participations this year, with four countries participating for the first time: Republic of Benin, Ethiopia, United Republic of Tanzania, and Democratic Republic of Timor Leste. Here are eleven of the must see country pavilions.

Venice's plan to charge tourists descended into chaos, showing how much of a headache overtourism has become - insider.com - city Amsterdam - Italy - Britain
insider.com
29.04.2024 / 12:15

Venice's plan to charge tourists descended into chaos, showing how much of a headache overtourism has become

Venice is among many cities grappling with the effects of overtourism as the number of visitors bounced back from pandemic lows.

‘Are we joking?’: Venice residents protest as city starts charging visitors to enter - theguardian.com - Italy - city Venice - city Santa
theguardian.com
29.04.2024 / 11:23

‘Are we joking?’: Venice residents protest as city starts charging visitors to enter

Authorities in Venice have been accused of transforming the famous lagoon city into a “theme park” as a long-mooted entrance fee for day trippers comes into force.

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