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Recession ‘won’t stop Brits from travelling’

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The recession and the credit crunch will not stop British people from taking holidays, the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) has claimed.An economist from the WTTC said that the likely effect of the economic crisis will not be fewer holidays taken by British people but more affordable breaks within the UK.According to Amir Girgis, the tourism industry has [...] Continue Reading…

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The UK and Australia Aim to Re-invent Easter Traditions

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Springtime Comes to Britain

Deep into history the day when the cloudy top is lifted off Britain and sunlight finally hits the ground is an epic one. The Saxons originally celebrated this day by munching hot cross buns (bread rolls with crosses on top representing the lunar calendar and the goddess) and dancing in the sun. As Christians arrived on [...] Continue Reading…

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Cats dances onto the Hong Kong stage

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Hong Kong tours will offer the opportunity for theatre enthusiasts to see a new interpretation of the classic show Cats this year.A production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s legendary musical will come to the Lyric Theatre at the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts from May 15th to June 14th.Based on a collection of poems by TS Eliot, Cats is [...] Continue Reading…

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Lily Allen to tour Australia

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Music fans on Australia tours may get the chance to see contemporary pop songstress Lily Allen in concert this year.As part of an international series of shows to promote her latest album, Allen will play at the Tivoli in Brisbane on June 8th before giving two shows at the Hordern Pavilion in Sydney on June 9th and 10th.Fans will [...] Continue Reading…

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Barcelona celebrates the guitar

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Guitarists and music fans will be arranging Barcelona tours over the coming months as part of plans to visit the city while it hosts the Guitar Festival.This giant celebration of one of the world’s most popular musical instruments began on March 24th and will continue to present intimate gigs and major concerts around the city until June 18th. One [...] Continue Reading…

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Bauhaus exhibition heads to Krakow

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Travellers on Krakow tours will be offered the opportunity to expand their artistic horizons this year when the Polish city hosts an exhibition exploring the Bauhaus movement.Bauhaus twenty-21 will be open at the International Cultural Centre in Krakow from May 8th to July 5th.Named after a German expression meaning ‘house for building’, the Bauhaus school was founded by Walter [...] Continue Reading…

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Catch the climax of Serie A in Rome

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Football fans planning Rome tours in May will get the chance to see some world-class sporting entertainment as the 2008-09 Serie A season draws to a close.The city’s two top-flight sides – Roma and Lazio – share the city’s Stadio Olimpico and both will be looking to pick up maximum points at home as they target a top-four finish.Roma [...] Continue Reading…

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New website launched for Iceland national park

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Adventure tours could prove an increasingly popular option in Iceland this year following the launch of a new website representing Vatnajokull National Park.According to the Icelandic tourist board, Vatnajokull is the largest protected wilderness in Europe, covering 11 per cent of the country’s total landmass.Incorporated within the park’s territory are the Skaftafell and Jokulsargljufur reserves, the entire Vatnajokull glacier [...] Continue Reading…

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Met Museum to look at Francis Bacon

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Art lovers should remember to fit a visit to the Metropolitan Museum of Art into their New York tours this summer to see an exhibition of work by Francis Bacon.The major retrospective will be open from May 20th until August 16th at the famous museum on the eastern edge of Central Park.Arranged to mark the 100th anniversary of Bacon’s [...] Continue Reading…

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Visit Cape Town for the Book Festival

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Cape Town tours could prove popular among literature lovers later this year as the South African city hosts the Book Fair.The fair, which welcomed more than 50,000 visitors last year and is the largest literary event in sub-Saharan Africa, will come to the Cape Town International Convention Centre from June 13th to 16th.Vanessa Badroodien, director of the fair, describes [...] Continue Reading…

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