Space Tourism Is Ready for Lift-Off: Destinations Pulse for March 10, 2016
PHOTO: Space shuttle taking off. (photo courtesy of Thinkstock)
Space Tourism Is Ready for Lift-Off
Israel Tourism Not Affected by Attacks
Japan Expects Tourism Boom to Last Through Olympics
Germany Is Cultural Touchstone in Europe
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London is dominating Twitter. The British capital is one of the most talked about destinations on Twitter and the London Eye is its most tweeted attraction. "London" and "travel" together have been tweeted more than 630,000 times.
The head of the U.N. says safe and seamless travel should be key priorities of the tourism industry this year and that safety and security should be fully integrated into national and international security agendas.
An insurgence of refugees and Greece’s credit woes could impact the record tourism numbers and economic boost that these visitation numbers have brought the nation if a resolution isn’t brought, said Andreas Andreadis, president of the Hellenic Tourism Enterprises.
Visitors from China, Germany and the U.S. top the list of foreign arrivals in Russia. Inbound tourism to the country grew in 2015 by more than 13 percent. Tourism officials based the growth on the falling value of the ruble.
A popular Australian tourist attraction known as the “Twelve Apostles” may be getting an update. Scientists may have found five more famous stacks off the southern coast under the sea.
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