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Tourism cities get together at Beijing Fragrant Hills Tourism Summit

Cities intensely vie with each other for tourists, but the ferocious competition paused for a day at the Beijing Fragrant Hills Tourism Summit on Saturday as members of the newly founded World Tourism

Top ten America’s best small cities

These terrific small cities offer strong job opportunities, great schools, low crime, quality health care and a true sense of community1. Carmel, INWINNER Top 100 rank: 1

How World Population Day started

LONDON, England - You may have be thinking of only one thing when July came around - time for your well deserved summer holidays to the Algarve - but July 11th was World Population Day.

Taiwan adds eight more Chinese cities to tourist list

Taiwan will open its doors to individual tourists from eight more Chinese cities, but the daily quota is not likely to increase, the Tourism Bureau said yesterday.

British Airways announces selection of Christmas Market city breaks

British Airways has announced that it is kicking off the festive period with a selection of Christmas Market city-breaks for the entire family to enjoy.

Taxi! Best cities to hail a taxi revealed

DALLAS - Las Vegas taxis have been again voted the best taxis in the United States, according to the annual taxi report compiled by hotels.com®, the leading provider of lodging worldwide.

Highest and lowest tourist tax burdened cities in US

New York - A list of the top five 2011 U.S.

Seven Chinese cities unite to form tourism alliance

BEIJING, China - As the Beijing Shanghai High Speed Rail gives more convenience for residents to travel, 7 cities along the route including Beijing, Tianjin and Nanjing have united to form a city tour

Best places to let your hair down during Mardi Gras named

SYDNEY, Australia - Time to hit the gym, drag out the spandex and dust off the glitter bag – its Mardi Gras time!

Even most popular tourist locations have their ugly sides

Some of the most famous cities in the world have some dark secrets you won't be able to read about in tourism guidebooks.

New York, Paris, London and Moscow are not on this list....

If you think $43 is too much to pay for lunch, you shouldn't live in Oslo.

Air Canada launches new flights from Toronto to 4 American cities

"The launch today of twice-daily flights from Toronto to Memphis; Cincinnati; Syracuse; and Portland, Maine; reinforces

Cape Town voted sixth top city for men in 2010

The world’s favorite website for men, www.AskMen.com, recently released its list of "Top 29 Cities for Men 2010," in which Cape Town was voted sixth, beating the likes of “party capitals” Buenos

Cape Town voted world’s number 2 city by Travel+Leisure readers

Travel+Leisure Magazine this week announced the much-anticipated results of their 14th annual World’s Best poll, where readers of their magazine rate the world’s best cities, islands, hotels, crui

Sticking it to the tourists is a practice that will backfire

Who are the richest people in town? Here's a hint: Every dime they have is disposable income.

New York? London? Moscow? Guess again…

Thinking about going traveling overseas this summer? If you’re American, you might want to avoid Japan.

2008 state, city visitation and traveler characteristics data released

The US Department of Commerce announces the top states, cities, and territories benefiting from overseas travelers to the United States.

Cities lure tourists with savings on lodging, dining and attractions

Convention and visitors bureaus across the nation are rolling out deals for travelers, from hotel discounts to restaurant savings to cheaper activities.

Cities scramble as business travel declines

Gone are the days, it seems, when executives can comfortably lounge poolside, expensing meetings and meals along with margaritas and massages.

Southwest Airlines adds cities, courts business travelers

Dallas — Gary Kelly has a standing offer: a steak dinner to anyone who can prove that Southwest Airlines (LUV) does not carry more domestic business travelers than any U.S. carrier.

Baltimore seeks hotel tax from online firms

BALTIMORE — Baltimore is joining dozens of governments nationwide going to court in hopes of collecting taxes from online travel sites that help people book hotel rooms.

Charleston is the friendliest city in America

New York, NY (September 10, 2008) – Travel + Leisure and Headline News today announce the results of the 2008 America’s Favorite Cities survey revealing travelers’ opinions of 25 cities across t

Atlanta among U.S. cities suing online travel companies

The city of Atlanta asked Georgia’s highest court for permission to continue pursuing a high-stakes lawsuit that claims online travel companies are illegally pocketing millions of dollars in hotel t

Going to New York? It’ll cost you. Going to Moscow? It...

In 1998, Moscow was in crisis. More than 100,000 Russians took to the streets as a slew of banks--and the life savings of millions of citizens--went bust.

Midwest Air to cut flight service to 11 U.S. cities

Midwest Air Group Inc. will cut daily flights to 11 U.S. cities including San Diego, Baltimore, St.

Party’s over for big limos

They're ubiquitous on Britain's streets – and many may be running illegally. But as a crackdown looms, legitimate operators fear they'll be driven out of business.

Too often tourists see only affluent areas of world’s cities

I have been to Nairobi twice in my life, passing through to take a plane or bus out into the great safari games parks of the Masai Mara, the Serengeti and Ngorogoro Crater.