“The Belle Époque meets the Age of Instagram” is the headline the New York Times recently used to describe Baden-Baden – and it is certainly true that today the city’s rich history blends seamlessly with a highly contemporary lifestyle. This lifestyle is also reflected in the new claim of the city called “The good-good life”. This claim is also a promise to all international guests.
European Travel Agents and Tour Operators Association (ECTAA) declares Slovenia the Preferred Destination 2016 in Ljubljana, Slovenia’s capital, which is also the European Green Capital 2016 and is setting a pan-European example on how to organise life in a city to be environment, living and tourist-friendly.
Tourism New Zealand has kicked-off 2014 with its sights set firmly on continuing the upward trend of visitor arrivals from existing core markets - as well as the newly identified 'emerging markets' of India, Indonesia and Latin America.