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Results found for: June 2014

24 Jun 2014
Pop Art show opening in Sydney this November
Art-fan tourists heading to Sydney this winter may want to pop to the Art Gallery of New South Wales to take in some pop art.The galler...
Michelangelo exhibition coming up in Toronto
People heading to Toronto, Canada in a few months' time for a winter break will have the chance to find out about 15th century icon...
16 Jun 2014
Cat cafes are here to stay
Cat cafes - when the concept first arrived in the UK many thought it was just a fad that would disappear as time went on. However, the...
13 Jun 2014
Paris to remove love locks from bridges
Thousands of couples who have placed love locks on Parisian bridges will see the tokens of their affections removed over the coming wee...
10 Jun 2014
It’s Pandamonium in Hong Kong
Hong Kong is well known for being a bustling and exciting city to explore on a holiday in Asia, but it’s not usually associated w...
6 Jun 2014
Aalborg regeneration drawing in travellers
Aalborg probably isn’t the first place you think of when you’re considering a holiday in Denmark, but it is in fact the cou...
4 Jun 2014
Brits boost Abu Dhabi tourism
The Abu Dhabi Tourism and Culture Authority (TCA Abu Dhabi) has revealed that visitor numbers to the emirate climbed by 29% in April, c...
3 Jun 2014
Heathrow T2 ready to open
Tomorrow (4 June) will see Heathrow’s new Terminal 2 open to the public with what officials have described as a ‘soft openi...
More UK airports offering free Wi-Fi
A new survey has revealed that 22 out of 25 of the UK’s main airports now provide travellers with free Wi-Fi access while they&rs...
Promotion for football fans at Madame Tussauds
With the World Cup fast approaching, a growing number of attractions are trying to get in on the act and benefit from the boost this fa...