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Calabria history and stories in ancient olive trees

This south Italia Region is not famous only for sea ancd beaches but also for olive oil. In Aspromonte you can see olive trees planted by the Normans, then belonged to the various baronies and again to the Aragonese and the Bourbons

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Tuscany olive picking tour

“Harvest Italia” tour provides guests off-the-beaten track opportunity to explore Tuscany during fall harvest season; October 28 – November 4, 2014

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Recent industry reports show Oman’s tourism industry increased in 2013

Almost 2.1 million global tourists visited Oman last year

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Walking about in Riga, the European Capital of Culture in 2014

Riga, the 2014 European Capital of Culture, has for a long time given many treasures to the culture of Europe

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International visitors spend $15.8 billion in January 2014

U.S. Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker today announced that international visitors to the United States spent $15.8 billion on travel to, and tourism-related activities within, the United States in January 2014. Travel and tourism-related exports averaged nearly $510 million a day during the month

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Zanzibar tourism industry calls for security reforms

Tourism is now the principle sector of the economy, and will continue to bring benefit to the islands and its people

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Assisi, where art and spirituality go hand in hand

Who have fallen in love with Franco Zeffirelli's movie “Brother Sun, Sister Moon” and would like to wander once in their lifetime through the ancient streets of Assisi

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Inspirational Summer Food & Drink Festival planned for Nottingham

The Nottingham Food & Drink Festival, 16 - 17 August, set in the spectacular backdrop of the Elizabethan Wollaton Mansion and Park, promises to be an inspirational event for specialist food and drink enthusiasts

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Can Dracula, communism and bachelors help emerging Europe?

Europe's emerging economies are keen to promote their cultural heritage to bolster their tourism numbers – and their economic growth

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Central America travel destinations are gaining popularity

The recent rise in popularity of Central America as a vacation destination for North Americans has led Class Adventure Travel to release a new luxury travel collection to Central America

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A new Christmas story is making its way to the Internet

It appears as if a new story details the idea that Santa may have a twin brother – one who makes toys just for the 'bad' girls and boys. This story might not have been believed by many, but new photos from a recent Antarctica cruise suggests there is a structure that looks like a toy workshop

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January events & deals in the lakes region of New Hampshire

After the hustle and bustle of the holiday season passes, the Lakes Region of New Hampshire remains a wonderful destination for those seeking winter sports adventure, unique shopping or relaxing weekend getaways

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Christmas in Rome: shopping in the most beautiful scenery

To spend Christmas in Rome is to live the magic of this city during its best time. Enjoy lights and stalls and, most of all Roman people

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The untold story of a dancing penguin on an Antarctica cruise

Ever think that a dancing penguin was something that was just reserved for movies? Think again. A newly published memoir of a ship captain details how a real life dancing penguin brought inspiration and joy to people

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The rise of agri-tourism in the Philippines

The Philippines is now exploring another fast growing segment – agri-tourism – and has recently joined the ranks of the world’s top eight agri-tourism destinations

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Aruba’s Carnival wins permanent place in island culture

The colour and costumes of carnival in the Dutch Caribbean island of Aruba are to win year-round recognition

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Irish wildlife features in flagship BBC production

Footage of fin whales filmed by the BBC off the coast of Ireland in November 2012 is set to feature prominently in a new series called “The Great British Year”.

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Burford in Oxfordshire is ain idyllic place

The US business magazine Forbes rated Burford as one of the most idyllic places to live in Europe

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