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Brits ‘looking further afield for holidays’

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British people are becoming increasingly adventurous in their holiday destination choices, according to the Association of British Travel Agents (Abta).Steve Barnes, the travel association’s corporate marketing manager, said that the companies that have been joining Abta recently indicate a growing trend for adventurous trips.Speaking at the Destinations travel show in Birmingham recently, Mr Barnes said that more firms operating [...] Continue Reading…

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See the ‘supercroc’ on Australia tours

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Travellers planning Australia tours this year may be interested in paying a visit to the city of Darwin to see the so-called ‘supercroc’ – the largest crocodile ever recorded.People who list reptiles among their phobias should not fear, however, as the display at Darwin’s Museum and Art Gallery Northern Territory will only feature the giant skeleton of the 12-metre-long [...] Continue Reading…

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Vienna celebrates Haydn with a fresh look

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Joseph Haydn has been one of those few musicians who became famous and did not fall in disgrace during his lifetime. Both Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Ludwig Van Beethoven list as his pupils. He died in 1809 in Vienna, Austria, where commemorations are planned all year round.

The Vienna Haydn Museum displaying in the author’s residence has reopened last month, [...] Continue Reading…

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Jude Law to play Hamlet in London

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Hollywood movie star Jude Law will take on one of the most famous roles in the history of dramatic theatre in London this year – William Shakespeare’s Hamlet.Travellers on London tours will be able to see Law’s interpretation of the character as the Donmar Warehouse presents Hamlet at the Wyndham’s Theatre from May 29th to August 22nd.The play begins [...] Continue Reading…

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Great Saunter to explore rim of Manhattan on foot

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Adventurous holidaymakers planning New York tours later this year may be interested in taking part in the Great Saunter, a hike around the rim of Manhattan.The 32-mile walk, which will be held for the 24th time this year, is scheduled for May 2nd.Most of the route is fairly flat and the pace is described as "steady but not fast", [...] Continue Reading…

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New family attractions across Germany

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Holidaymakers planning family tours in Germany this year will be able to take advantage of a host of new attractions opening up at amusement parks around the country.Germany’s most popular theme park is Europapark, which will be opening on April 4th and launching a new ‘catapult-coaster’, complete with three full 360-degree rolls and speeds of up to 100km per [...] Continue Reading…

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Paris exhibition looks at surrealist master

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People taking Paris tours over the coming months will have the opportunity to visit an art exhibition that will transport them to a world defined by the surreal and supernatural.The Musee d’Art Moderne display at the Palais de Tokyo, which visitors will be able to see until May 24th, focuses on the early surrealist painter Giorgio de Chirico.De Chirico [...] Continue Reading…

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Check out some cutting-edge cars in Barcelona

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People with a passion for cars will be able to visit a major event dedicated to the world’s newest automobiles during Barcelona tours in May.The Barcelona International Motor Show will be held at the Fira de Barcelona between May 9th and 17th, where it will be celebrating its 90th anniversary in 2009.Considered one of the biggest motor shows in [...] Continue Reading…

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China tours to visit earthquake sites

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Travellers on adventure tours in China will soon have the option to visit sites that were affected by the devastating earthquake that hit the country in May last year.The tours in Beichuan county, the area most severely affected by the earthquake in Sichuan province, are expected to begin before the end of March, a local official told China Daily.Chen [...] Continue Reading…

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Consumers ‘flocking to travel websites’

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Travel websites could be in for a bumper year as consumers flock to online providers for their holiday tours and other breaks, according to new research.A major survey by eDigitalResearch and the Interactive Media in Retail Group (IMRG) came to the conclusion that online travel providers could be in for their best year ever in 2009.More than half (57 [...] Continue Reading…

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