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Caribbean resort beachfrontWith the winter holidays on the horizon, the Expedia group is reporting a large influx of searches and interest for travel to the Caribbean. As snowbirds start traveling south, the Expedia group’s in-depth insights for holiday travel can provide hoteliers the opportunity to better connect with travelers and target the right consumers.

Brazil Rio de JaneiroTravel & Tourism contributed US$6.5bn to GDP in Rio de Janeiro in 2016, 4.9% of the city’s economy, and representing 11.5% of Brazil’s Travel & Tourism sector. However, less than 6% of tourism spend in the city comes from the international market, revealed a new report by the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC).

Neapolitan pizzaA new study reveals world's top 100 best food destinations in 2017. Here are the top 100 destinations to satisfy your food cravings.

work life balanceHave you ever felt like you don’t get any free time in your working day? Do the hours feel too long and your chance to relax with your family and friends too short? Maybe you should consider moving to Scandinavia.

familyToday, many organizations are searching for the best cities to live in. Do you wonder which cities are best for families? Online real estate portal for home buyers and sellers Homeday have released a study revealing the best cities for families worldwide.

Bahrain Manama ShoppingA city in the Middle East ranked as the best city for expats in 2017, can you guess which one? If you guess, Dubai, you are wrong!

64 cities from 44 countries have been designated as UNESCO Creative Cities by Director-General, Irina Bokova. They join a Network at the frontline of UNESCO’s efforts to foster innovation and creativity as key drivers for a more sustainable and inclusive urban development. This network attracts growing interest from local authorities.

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Over 60 ministers of tourism and private sector leaders gathered on 7 November in London for the UNWTO / WTM Ministers’ Summit on ‘overtourism’. Moderated by CNN International’s Max Foster, the Summit concluded on the need for the tourism sector to engage more and better with local communities.

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