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World Travel Cities Weekly VOL.119

The 8,445-kilometer international expressway connecting Moscow - Russia and China, scheduled to open by the end of the year, paving the way for tourism companies to tap destinations with untapped potential.

World Travel Cities Weekly VOL.118

New all-time high for Vienna: The Austrian capital recorded almost 7 million visitor bednights between January and June 2017 - 4.2% more than for the same period the previous year.

World Travel Cities Weekly VOL.117

Quite often associated with big cities, Airbnb is now investing in rural tourism. This is evidenced by the seasonal report presented last week by the rental website, according to which the supply and demand for the sort of accommodation that fits into this model are now both increasing, with people looking for areas away from major urban centers.

World Tourism Cities 2017-06

Travelers seeking new adventures should try four wheel drive tours. Besides adrenaline they offer history and wilderness as well as culture. The excitement of 4WD tours is incomparable.

World Travel Cities Weekly VOL.116

London s Natural History Museum has completed a major revamp of its main hall, with its blue whale skeleton replacing the national institution s much-loved Diplodocus replica – a sight which has welcomed visitors to the museum for more than 37 years.

World Travel Cities Weekly VOL.115

Despite the UK s decision to leave the European Union, VCs have pumped more than £1.1 billion into London s tech sector over the last six months with the total invested across the UK as a whole topping £1.3 billion between January and June.

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