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Recently opened in Amsterdam: Café De Tropen

April 2017, The newest, greenest and sunniest terrace of Amsterdam, directly next to the famous Tropen Museum and Eastern Park (in Dutch: Oosterpark), is opening as soon as the sun begins to shine, no matter which season it is! This summer with diverse activities planned, for young and old. … Continue Reading

Vienna Tourist Board: 90% of Viennese Residents Say: “We Benefit from Tourism.”

The Vienna Tourist Board carried out its most extensive survey to date of attitudes to tourism amongVienna‘s residents – with highly satisfactory results.  … Continue Reading

Spirited Scotland’s ‘Top 17 for 2017’ for Australian Travellers

From ancient monuments and heritage sites to pristine landscapes and jaw-dropping entertainment, Scotland has plenty to offer Australian travellers. … Continue Reading

Somerset Launches Another Walkers’ Challenge to Reveal More Secrets of Its Beautiful Undiscovered Coast Path

In the second of Somerset’s Secret Sea Walks we will be revealing the hidden gems to be found on a walk from Doniford to East Quantoxhead. … Continue Reading

Northern Ireland invites Game of Thrones® fans to follow the Journey of Doors!

Tourism Ireland has today launched a Journey of Doors passport that allows  Game of Thrones® fans to visit the 10 Game of Thrones Doors across Northern Ireland and collect a unique stamp at each of the locations. … Continue Reading

Charlestown Harbour Opens to The Public for The First Time

On 17 April The Grayhound tall ship, will visit the historic port of Charlestown, to celebrate the opening of the harbour to the general public for the very first time, the return of trade to the historic port and a unique port collaboration. … Continue Reading

Switzerland Introduces First Climate-Neutral Ship

Switzerland has upped the ante on its water transportation services with the introduction of its very first climate neutral ship, the MS 2017, which will enter the public service on Lake Lucerne in May. … Continue Reading

Works of influential Scottish artist to go on show at Duff House D.Y. Cameron: The Spirit of Line

Works by prolific Scottish artist Sir David Young Cameron (1865 – 1945) featuring a collection of 30 prints, drawings and watercolours are set to go on display from this weekend (8 April 2017), for three months, at Duff House in Banff.  … Continue Reading

Visitors to Kelvingrove to be virtually transported to Scotland’s World Heritage sites

Visitors to Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum in Glasgow will have the opportunity to be transported to the heart of Scotland’s World Heritage Sites as part of a special event to mark World Heritage Day. … Continue Reading

Supreme Court Decision on Holiday Ban Hits South West Hardest

Highlighting the challenges tourism businesses face, ensuring they can withstand quieter times outside the peak time school holiday period, she comments “As a sector there will be some disappointment at this ruling for many reasons.  … Continue Reading

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