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World Ski Awards opens 2024 race for votes

World Ski Awards opens 2024 race for votes

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World Ski Awards – the only global initiative programme to recognise, reward and celebrate excellence in ski tourism – has opened the race for votes for its 2024 programme.

Busan, the Ultimate Seaside Bleisure City

Busan, the Ultimate Seaside Bleisure City

If you want to make the best of your business trip by getting work done while also being able to enjoy yourself as reward for your hard work, you will want to prepare your itinerary so that it is packed full of activities and fun. You will also want to have the time and energy to enjoy that itinerary. There is just the place where you can do all of that: a place with a highly developed and varied business infrastructure, where just a stroll from the heart of the city gets you to a sandy beach with blue water gliding into infinity.

SALE INTO SUMMER: BRITISH AIRWAYS ANNOUNCES SALE FOR FLIGHTS AND HOLIDAYS

SALE INTO SUMMER: BRITISH AIRWAYS ANNOUNCES SALE FOR FLIGHTS AND HOLIDAYS

The British Airways and British Airways Holidays summer sale has launched to brighten the mood and lift dampened spirits, forecasting blue skies and sandy toes for all those who book. Running until 11 July 2024, The Original Sale includes both flights and holiday packages to beach and city destinations. Holidays for 2024 and 2025 are in abundance, whether customers want to summer in Sicily, kick back in the Caribbean or TukTuk through Thailand.

Stay Cool in San Francisco with Hot Summer Promotions

Stay Cool in San Francisco with Hot Summer Promotions

There's a reason Mark Twain is still incorrectly quoted as saying “the coldest winter I ever spent was a summer in San Francisco.” While other parts of the country are sweltering, average summertime highs in San Francisco range from 60 to 70 degrees Fahrenheit, making the City by the Bay a refreshing escape from the heat.

Return of Chinese travellers to West: experts see opportunities but also challenges

Return of Chinese travellers to West: experts see opportunities but also challenges

Earlier this year a surge of Chinese visitors during the Lunar New Year holiday signalled a thaw after the pandemic's chill. And this influx is now expected to gain momentum throughout the auspicious Year of the Dragon, fuelled by a predicted near-doubling of outbound Chinese trips in 2024. Oxford Economics forecasts a return to nearly 80% of pre-pandemic levels, heralding a vibrant revival of China-Europe tourism.

Showcasing Quito's tourism offer in the UK

Showcasing Quito's tourism offer in the UK

A delegation from the Capital of the Centre of the World will attend LATA Expo 2024 to interact and network with representatives from the UK and European tourism industries.