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Vienna marks 100 years since artistic heyday
100 years ago in Vienna, the artists Gustav Klimt and Egon Schiele and architect Otto Wagner all died within a few months of each other. Their works shaped Jugendstil, Viennese art nouveau. They remain unforgotten.
New Zealanders wary of impact of tourism
The number of New Zealanders worried about the impact the booming tourism industry has on the country is growing rapidly, according to a new survey.
Global air traffic at new record: UN agency
Scheduled air services carried "a new record" of 4.1 billion passengers in 2017, an increase of 7.1 percent over the previous year, the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) said, citing preliminary data.
German court finds in favour of tourists
A couple had cancelled their trip when the travel agent informed them that two of the main events would be cut. It had the right to cancel without any financial penalty, the court in Karlsruhe found.
Thailand to issue four-year professional visas
Thailand is set to begin issuing four-year visas to high-income-earning professionals beginning February 1, a government spokesman told on Wednesday.
US tourism sector reacts to "Trump slump"
Data shows President Trump's anti-globalist "America first" policy has cost the USA billions in tourism revenue. Fearing a prolonged slump, a leading trade group has launched an initiative to boost international visits.
Spain to pip US as 2nd top tourist draw
Spain is set to replace the United States as the world's second tourism destination while France has retained the top spot, the UN World Tourism Organization said Monday.
Winter weekend in Copenhagen
The capital city of Denmark bids a cold yet cosy experience. To all those who wish to venture north in winter, DW’s Eesha Kheny shares an account of her winter weekend in Copenhagen.
Amsterdam to curb Airbnb rentals
Amsterdam announced it will impose a new 30-day curb on renting out private homes via websites like Airbnb from next year, seeking to stem a deluge of tourists flocking to its famous canals.
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