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Luxury Europe Outlook 2017 from Eurobound sees food and wine outpace art, culture

Food and wine experiences are surpassing art and culture as areas of interest for luxury travelers to Europe, reports Eurobound, the boutique tour operator specializing in independent and small group travel. “While art and culture will remain driving forces for European travel, upscale travelers want to expand their horizons with  new and immersive experiences that…

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Kickstart your healthy New Year’s resolutions on a Dominican Republic fitness getaway

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC,- Dominican Republic’s all-inclusive resorts and world-class, white-sand beaches beckon travelers from all over the globe for rest and relaxation. But with the new year calling – and new fitness resolutions for 2017 – travelers should consider jetting to Dominican Republic for a fitness or wellness getaway. From outdoor activities and wellness retreats to…

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“Too Rare to Wear” campaign unites travelers to bring endangered Hawksbill Sea Turtles back from the brink

BEAVERTON, OR – Tourists may be the key to saving the critically endangered hawksbill sea turtle. An estimated 15,000 adult females remain worldwide but the primary threat is the traveling public’s demand for jewelry and the bracelets, combs, and trinkets made from the hawksbill’s shell. An important new campaign within the travel industry, “Too Rare…

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Launch of APPTOURYOU free Online Tourism Accessibility Training

BRUSSELS – The European partnership of APP TOUR YOU, made up of tourism, marketing and accessibility experts, including the tourism networks of ENAT (European Network for Accessible Tourism) and HOTREC, launch their e-Learning course for managers and staff especially of micro, small and medium-sized enterprises in the tourism sector. The course is providing basic knowledge…

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