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Results found for: June 2014

30 Jun 2014
Carpeaux exhibition comes to Paris
A new exhibition focused on artist Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux has just opened in Paris, having been on show in New York earlier this year.&...
25 Jun 2014
An artist's palette.
The National Museum of Canada has just become home to a new exhibition called Gustave Doré (1832 – 1883): Master of Imagin...
17 Jun 2014
Enjoy fun at the O2 Arena
London is always a hive of activity over the summer months, with plenty of top events set to take place in the city covering a wide ran...
Cyprus 'does not intend to compete in terms of price'
The tourism industry in Cyprus does not intend to compete with other popular holiday destinations on price alone.That is according to t...
16 Jun 2014
Barcelona tourism industry ‘needs to find balance’
Barcelona has become one of the most popular European cities for short breaks in recent years, with visitor numbers here spiking from 1...
12 Jun 2014
Egyptian minister urges European nations to lift travel ban
Hisham Zazou, the current Egyptian tourism minister, has urged European nations to re-think their travel advice relating to the country...
9 Jun 2014
New attractions for the Swiss Alps this summer
While the Swiss Alps in the Bernese Oberland have always had plenty to keep travellers occupied in the summer - such as the spectacular...
6 Jun 2014
Students warned of pitfalls of travelling without insurance
Although it can be tempting to adopt the ‘it won’t happen to me’ mentality when it comes to travel insurance, it&rsqu...
5 Jun 2014
New book highlights ‘hidden gems’ in Europe
Anyone who enjoys getting off the well-trodden tourist trail on their getaways will want to see which locations feature in the new Lone...
3 Jun 2014
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...