There has never been a better time to book a small group tour in Spain, Portugal, France or Italy with Tempo Holidays.
Thirteen agents and wholesalers joined Viking Cruises on a famil that began with Portuguese fado and tapas in Lisbon and ended with Cuban music clubs and empanadas in Miami
First Sofitel opens in Myanmar along shores of Inle Lake Sofitel Inle Lake Myat Min is Myanmar’s first Sofitel address, spectacularly located on the shores of Inle Lake. Overlooking the waters, mount...
The vineyards of Vaud are justly celebrated, with the Lavaux Region recognized as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
New Caledonia’s famous turquoise lagoon marks its 10-year anniversary as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, listed in 2008 for its exceptional natural beauty and astounding marine biodiversity
MACAO is set to celebrate 2018 with a year-long promotion that feasts on its recent UNESCO Creative Cities
Sheraton Grand is the brand's collection of premier hotels and resorts
The German capital is Scoot’s third long-haul destination after Athens and Honolulu
Angkor Wat in Cambodia is the site best rated in the world by global travellers
True Colours Festival will take place from 22-25 March 2018 in Singapore
UNESCO announced Macao had been recognised among an elite number of cities for its gastronomy.
Take to the road in Ireland and discover an island of beautiful landscapes
Following a $40million AUD renovation, the resort has been cleverly remodelled to greet arriving guests with staggering views of the Indian Ocean
There are over a thousand World Heritage Sites, and every year UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) gets dozens of applications for new sites
With over 200-thousand square feet of convention space in a city recognized as a UNESCO site, Campeche aims to attract MICE travelers
Now through March: travellers can save up to 15% on Expedition adventures
The third Tasmania season will begin on 1st January 2018 on the state-of-the-art flagship Coral Discoverer
Bern, the capital of Switzerland, is often overlooked as a must-include stop on a Swiss itinerary, yet this city, rich in culture and set dramatically on a rise at the curve of the Aare River
When we consider the global travel industry, travellers with disabilities make comprise at least 10% of the global travel market which makes than far more than just a niche market.
The landmark decision underscores the social and cultural significance of Switzerland’s canton of Vaud and its centuries-old wine festival