Go Ahead Tours has announced 4 new Vacation packages to selected destinations; Greece, Turkey & the Aegean, Vietnam & Cambodia: Treasures of Southeast Asia, England’s Countryside & Wales, and Best of New Zealand: North to South Islands. For travelers searching for all inclusives to these regions, the company offers great solutions.
According to the news from Azerbaijan, Polish President Bronislaw Komorowski met with Azerbaijani Parliament Speaker Oktay Asadov today to further strengthen those nations’ ties. The meeting in Baku, Komorowski’s first stop on a trou that covers Azerbaijan, Armenia, and Georgia, was primarily focused toward Poland’s interests in Azerbeijan’s energy sector.
Next Friday Poland’s Audioriver 2011 festival on the Vistula River beach takes place over the weekend. This three day international music festival offers the best performances by world renowned electronica performers. Last year, 15,ooo people attended each day of the 5th installment of the awaited event, and even more are expected for 2011.
Azerbaijan’s tourism industry is nowhere near as profitable as the potential indicates. The government there is taking steps to ramp up the country’s lagging travel profile with education, outreach, regulation, and an appeal to people in Azerbaijan to show their true hospitality effectively.
Expedia.com announced today that travelers looking to book vacations to Europe should seriously consider a cruise.
RateGain, a company whose BrandGain innovation we just covered on Argo News, has just announced Preferred Hotel Group’s adoption of their iRate advanced intelligence tool. RateGain’s cutting edge rate shopping system, combined with the hotel groups iRate program, will afford managers real time advantage across multiple channels.
In Summer festival news from Slovenia, coming up in August, the World Rowing Championships will be hosted at Lake Bled this year. This will be the third time Slovenia’s most famous lake has hosted the prestigious event, but the first in some 22 years. The world’s greatest rowers will compete between August 28 and September 4th.
For any backpacker, experienced or not, adventuring on the Gerlach Peak without a guide is an unnecessary risk.
Travelocity announced the four grand prize winners for their recent Travel for Good® program. Over the last six months Travelocity has been looking for stories of inspiration from volunteers around the world. The four winners will each receive a $5,000 grant for a so called “volunteer vacation” – where they can offer their services in some corner of the world.
Visitors to Estonia will have a new cultural treat to enjoy, as the Festival Kihnu Sea Festivity 2011 takes the country’s fisherman’s tradition a step farther. Beginning Friday and ending on Sunday, the Kihnu Cultural Space, in connection with Kihnu Parish Government and the Kihnu Sea Society, present an inaugural festival.
Summer is music festival time across Europe, but nowhere more prominently than at Serbia’s Exit Festival. Beginning next Thursday, July 7th, through Sunday July 10th, Novi Sad, Serbia will be the center of Europe’s music universe. The biggest festival of sound in South Eastern Europe, kicks off at the wondrous Petrovaradin fortress in Novi Sad.
Balaton will host the fifth Heineken Sound Festival at Hungary’s fanciest beach, Zamárdi. The festival takes place July 7-10, 2011.
These include New York, Boston, Lahaina, Fort Worth, San Francisco, New Orleans, Washington, D.C. and South Lake Tahoe.
While in the past the site only offered cheap airline tickets, today users can also search the site for package holidays, travel tips, and travel guides.
As a response to the Royal visit, the California Travel & Tourism Commission (CTTC) introduces a new Three Days Isn’t Enough national television campaign, and sweepstakes.