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Travel Warnings Issued For Greece

Travel Warnings Issued For Greece

There are dozens of things that travellers know and love Greece for. It’s a country of fine wine and beautiful architecture. It’s a land of poetry, and drama, and romance. Its history and culture are rich with larger-than-life myths and legends. As of right now, though, there’s something else it’s full of; life-threatening mosquitoes.

What to Think About When Going on a Golf Trip

What to Think About When Going on a Golf Trip

If you are a golf enthusiast it can be a great idea to take a trip where you can indulge in your passion. Golf trips can be fun and exciting and they give you the opportunity to get to know different courses in different parts of the country or other parts of the world.

Welcome to the new era of purpose – why we should care?

Welcome to the new era of purpose – why we should care?

‘Purpose’ seems to be on everyone’s mind – again. Is it merely a hype and academic quibble? Or is it a real game changer in driving brand equity, credibility with customers and inspirational connection with your employees? Peter Baumgartner, senior strategic adviser at Etihad Aviation Group, investigates.

Breaking Travel News interview: Larry Pimentel, chief executive, Azamara

Breaking Travel News interview: Larry Pimentel, chief executive, Azamara

Azamara has refreshed its brand and launched what it is calling the most comprehensive pre- and post-tour offering in the cruise industry. Here chief executive, Larry Pimentel, speaks to Breaking Travel News editor, Chris O’Toole, about a product he argues has the potential to revolutionise the sector

Breaking Travel News interview: Joss Croft, chief executive, UKinbound

Breaking Travel News interview: Joss Croft, chief executive, UKinbound

Having taken up the role of chief executive with trade body UKinbound in November last year, Joss Croft brings more than two decades of experience to the position. Here he sits down with Breaking Travel News editor Chris O’Toole to discuss the health of the UK tourism industry, the impact of the interminable Brexit saga and his ambitions for the organisation over the coming year

Breaking Travel News interview: Ali Rashid Lootah, chairman, Nakheel

Breaking Travel News interview: Ali Rashid Lootah, chairman, Nakheel

Dubai’s Palm Jumeirah has grown to become a true icon of tourism in the Middle East. Here Breaking Travel News editor, Chris O’Toole, chats with Ali Rashid Lootah, chairman of master developer Nakheel about the project, how it came about, and how it helps Dubai fulfil its ambitions as a world-beating tourism destination

Breaking Travel News investigates: Mauritius

Breaking Travel News investigates: Mauritius

Visiting Mauritius for the World Travel Awards Africa & Indian Ocean Gala Ceremony, Breaking Travel News editor, Chris O’Toole, here takes a flying tour of the island to see what is on offer to luxury travellers from around the world

What and where to eat and drink in Cyprus

What and where to eat and drink in Cyprus

Cyprus is a country with a high-quality gastronomical identity. With Mediterranean vegetables, spiced meat, freshly grown olives and locally produced wine, it’s no surprise that Cyprus allures people to its dinner tables. Wherever your looking to stay in Cyprus, a villa such as those listed on Oliver’s Travels, puts you in the heart of the local attractions. Enjoy visiting the local restaurants and eateries and immerse yourself in the local culture.