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    Sveti Stefan: the luxury island retreat with your own private Picasso

    Heads up, art lovers. This July, an eye-catching exhibition opens in Montenegro, featuring works from one of the world's most admired private collections. Picasso, Miro, Chagall and Warhol will all be there. Tickets start at £1,457 for two. Well, not tickets exactly — rooms. The venue is not a glittering purpose-built gallery, nor a venerable museum. It's the Sveti Stefan resort hotel, part of the Aman alliance of luxury properties that has multiplied from Thailand right across the globe. Seventy works of art will be on show, and only Sveti Stefan's guests will see them. There are just 58 rooms and suites in this hotel (staff outnumber guests by a factor of three), so those staying are unlikely


    The end of Britain's wilderness: nowhere is more than 6 miles from road

    Britain's wild places are under siege: we are never further than six miles from a road anywhere on the mainland, according to an analysis by Ordnance Survey. The most remote spot lies in spectacular scenery near Fionn Loch, to the east of Gairloch in the Scottish Highlands. Access is limited on the nearest minor road, at a distance of 5.7 miles, but there is an A-road 6.6 miles away. Nicholas Crane, an explorer and former president of the Royal Geographical Society, said: “I don't think there is any genuine wilderness left in Britain.” In England the most remote spot — Riggs Moor on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales national park — is a mere 2.4 miles from a restricted local-access road. In Wales


    Win a week's tour for two on the Amalfi Coast, with Inghams Italy

    The prize The winner and a guest will join a seven-night Neapolitan Splendours escorted tour with Inghams Italy — taking in Naples, Pompeii, Capri and the Amalfi Coast. The itinerary mixes two free days with four guided tours, which include a day on Capri, a tour of the archaeological park at Pompeii and a drive along the glorious Amalfi Coast to Ravello. Accommodation will be on a half-board basis in a double or twin room at a four-star hotel with a pool in Sorrento. There are five departure dates to choose from: September 7 or 21, 2019; or May 8, June 5 or September 11, 2020 (subject to availability). The prize includes return flights to Naples from London Luton and transfers. Neapolitan Splendours

  • Emirates expresses commitment to Nigerian market
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    Emirates expresses commitment to Nigerian market

    Rasheed Bisiriyu Emirates says it remains committed to the growth of the Nigerian market. The Regional Manager, West Africa at the airline, Mr. Afzal Parambil, who stated this, noted that Emirates' operations in Nigeria had been successful. He spoke in Lagos during the commemoration of the airline's 15-year flight operations into Nigeria. Parambil stated that that it had consistently enjoyed a strong relationship in the country since 2004 when it commenced direct flights operations between its base in Dubai and Nigeria. The airline also said it was the choice of Nigerian travellers because of its consistency, reliability and affordable airfares, assuring Nigerians that it would continue to render

  • Priceline vs. Hotwire: What's the Difference?

    Priceline vs. Hotwire: What's the Difference?

    Both Priceline and Hotwire travel booking sites are easy to use and getting more similar. Priceline seems to list more options and uses opaque pricing for both hotels and flights. Hotwire's opaque pricing is limited to hotels but is more transparent.

  • Five cool pools and water parks for family vacation fun

    Five cool pools and water parks for family vacation fun

    Diving boards and the deep end have been replaced by daredevil drops and surf zones. Here are five places where you and the family can splash together in cool pools and water parks. 1. Royal Caribbean, Perfect Day at CocoCay. Visitors to the cruise line's recently relaunched, 125-acre private island, CocoCay, can choose to Thrill, Chill or both while the ship docks for the day at a newly built pier. For those who opt for the Thrill Zone, the centerpiece is Daredevil Peak, a 135-foot high slide, said to be the highest in North America. A dozen other slides, a wave pool and assorted water play areas will keep youngsters and the young at heart busy for hours. Also, in the neighborhood you'll find

  • This photo-editing service will fake your vacation photos

    This photo-editing service will fake your vacation photos

    In the social media age, proving you went on vacation is arguably more important than actually going. Nebraska-based photo editing service Fake a Vacation is yet another example. Yes, it's exactly what the name suggests. For as little as $20, users can purchase a package of photos they can then use to trick their friends and followers into thinking that they actually went on a trip. Fake a Vacation will even educate you on the destination you chose so you can answer people's questions like an expert. Available destinations include Disneyland, the Grand Canyon, Hawaii, Las Vegas, Niagara Falls and Orlando. “Wanting to be near a waterfront and could not go. No worries fake a vacation is here to

  • Illinois Doles Out $1.8 Million To 17 Projects To Promote Tourism
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    Illinois Doles Out $1.8 Million To 17 Projects To Promote Tourism

    SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) — The Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity has awarded $1.8 million in grants to increase Prairie State tourism. The Office of Tourism announced the 17 recipients of two different grants , saying tourism produced more than $3 billion in tax revenue for the state and local communities last year. The Tourism Attraction Grant program helps develop or enhance tourism attractions to boost visitation and overnight stays in Illinois. There were 13 recipients sharing $1.4 million. Officials say there were four times as many applications for this grant as there was available funding. Just over $400,000 went to four applicants for the Tourism Private Sector Grant

  • US News & World Report

    Snows Keep Colorado Ski Resorts Open, Mountain Passes Closed

    Also closed through the weekend were Independence Pass near Aspen, Kebler Pass near Crested Butte and Mount Evans Road, a 14-mile scenic highway near Evergreen that that typically opens by Memorial Day.

  • 43 Million Americans Are Set to Travel This Memorial Day
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    43 Million Americans Are Set to Travel This Memorial Day

    A record number of Americans are set to start the summer vacation season this weekend Memorial Day is often considered to be the official start of the summer season. Seeing as how 64 percent of American travelers are planning to embark on a vacation this summer, you can bet that Memorial Day will see a lot of vacationers, too. In fact, AAA predicts that 43 million Americans will embark on a Memorial Day vacation this year. Road Trip Prep: Get your car road-trip ready for the summer months That's the highest number of Memorial Day vacationers recorded since 2005. It's also a 3.6 percent increase compared to Memorial Day last year. 37.6 million of these vacationers will hit the road to reach their

  • International Tourism Numbers and Confidence on the Rise
    Modern Diplomacy

    International Tourism Numbers and Confidence on the Rise

    Tourism has significant potential to contribute to Asia and the Pacific's long-term growth prospects through infrastructure development and job creation. The Governors' Seminar, titled “The Role of Tourism for Sustainable Development,” at the 52nd Annual Meeting of ADB's Board of Governors in Nadi, Fiji, featured as panelists Japan Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Mr. Taro Aso; Indonesia Finance Minister Ms. Sri Mulyani Indrawati; Fiji Attorney-General and Minister for Economy, Civil Service, and Communications Mr. Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum; Italy's Director-General for International Financial Relations, Ministry of Economy and Finance Ms. Gelsomina Vigliotti; and ADB President Mr. Takehiko Nakao.

  • Legend Hotel Lagos Airport, Curio Collection by Hilton Celebrates Hilton 100 years of hospitality in grand style
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    Legend Hotel Lagos Airport, Curio Collection by Hilton Celebrates Hilton 100 years of hospitality in grand style

    As HILTON, a leading global hospitality company, marks 100 years of existence this May, Legend Hotel Lagos Airport, Curio Collection by Hilton, which recently opened in Lagos, celebrates the milestone with mouth-watering hospitality services which are unrivalled in Lagos. Located at Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Legend Hotel Lagos Airport, Curio Collection by Hilton offers unrivalled services such as 54 spacious guest rooms and suites featuring beautiful Art Deco style interiors, top quality in-room amenities and a bathroom with separate shower and bathtub. Legend Hotel Lagos Airport, recently opened in Lagos to several landmarks, is celebrating this 100 year milestone with several

  • Football crazy and plane crazy fans splash cash to travel to Euro finals
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    Football crazy and plane crazy fans splash cash to travel to Euro finals

    Football fans struggling to find flights to the Champions and Europa League finals have a solution - and it will only cost three times more than a ‘low-cost’ airline.

  • Reuters

    American Airlines asks court to block disruptive 'slowdown' by mechanics unions

    American Airlines Group Inc has filed a lawsuit against two unions representing its mechanics, asking the court to halt what it called an illegal slowdown that it said on Monday threatened to disrupt U.S. summer travel. American, the world's largest airline by passenger traffic, said the mechanics' action had intensified in recent weeks after causing 650 flight cancellations and more than 1,500 maintenance delays since February. American cut its 2019 profit forecast in April, blaming an estimated $350 million hit from the worldwide grounding in March of Boeing 737 MAX planes, forcing thousands of separate flight cancellations during its busiest travel season.