Black Friday sales extended reach into the hospitality niche, with excellent deals for travelers everywhere.
According to an official LOT press release, today travelers can get 50% off on 20 selected destinations across Poland, Central and Eastern Europe. However, the Crazy Wednesday special offer was not published at LOT.com yet. And the day is slowly over.
With the opening of the Igloo Village this season from 20.12.2011 – 11.3.2012, Kranjska Gora becomes an ideal destination for romantics as well.
In cruise news, Cruise Critic® has just named the 2011 Cruise Critic Editor’s Picks Awards to honor top cruise lines, ports of call, and other things nautical travel.
This is what Startle is all about: one-of-a-kind Star Experiences, and insider perks at Five-Star properties that can’t be found elsewhere.
In news from Research and Markets, the Croatia Tourism Report for quarter one 2012 is out. According to the leading research firm, Croatia’s recovering tourism market is still on the mend since beginning to climb out of a disasterous 2008 – 2009.
TUI Travel’s Hotelbeds wholesaler platform says sales may increase by as much as 25 percent this year. Expansion plans for the Americas and Asia were also announced as one of TUI’s most successful arms flexes its muscles.
Trains and buses are among the most affordable options to travel in Eastern Europe on a budget. Popular with backpackers, trains take you relatively fast from one destination to another.
Thailand derives a significant portion of its revenue from tourism, and the floods are already affecting other areas of the economy as well. Farmland has been damaged, as well as exports from Pathum Thani, Nonthaburi and Ayutthaya where several industrial estates have been closed down.
Unless you want to cuddle sheep, a survey by Air New Zealand for their Skycouch cuddle class may give you some ideas into what (or who) is cool to cuddle.
Jetsetter, the exclusive travel community for the discerning traveler, just announced a very cool Bon Voyage travel gift. This coffee table picture book presents the company’s expert journeys in a sort of travel inspirational bible – for the throng of globetrotters anticipating that next adventure abroad.
President of the Polish Chamber of Tourism, Ian Korsak told Albanian Minister of Tourism Aldo Tonin Bumçi that Polish tourists will be encouraged to visit Albania’s fine beaches and other tourist destinations in the near future.
The number of tourists visiting Albania in the first eight months of 2011 has increased with by 200% compared to the same period in 2008.
It’s hard to believe that Noratus is becoming increasingly popular in Armenia, but according to Deputy Head of the Noratus community Vachik Khachatryan, the number of travelers visiting this Gegharkunik province village revolves around 200-300 per day.
Estonian visas are in high demand this year, according to Estonian consular offices in Pskov, Minsk and Beijing.