WTM news: Maharashtra showcases its diverse travel experiences

Mumbai Bandra Worli Sea Link Adobestock LukasMaharashtra Tourism, in partnership with Meraki Communications (CAB Experiences), displayed the diversity and legacy of the state at the World Travel Market (WTM) held in London from November 4 to 6.

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WTM news: RCD Hotels to accelerate growth

Nobu Hotel Los Cabos Front EntryWith two new Nobu Hotels openings and renovations to come, RCD Hotels is not slowing down anytime soon.

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WTM news: Poland encourages travel agents to promote them as a foodie destination

Poland Old town square Warsaw By Sergii FigurnyiThe Polish Tourism Organisation want visitors to taste their way across the country sampling pierogi dumplings and its traditional bread Obwarzanek Krakowski, which is sold on almost every street corner in Krakow.

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WTM news: Queen Elizabeth 2 to expand offerings for 2020

Queen Elizabeth 2 Queen Elizabeth 2 (QE2) in Dubai has announced that they will be adding new suites, restaurants and tours in the coming year.

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WTM news: Visit Florida wants visitors to explore beyond Orlando and Miami

Fort Lauderdale Florida Adobestock Kevin RuckThis year at WTM, Florida wants to get the message out that there is more to the state than just Orlando and Miami.

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WTM news: Costa Rica continues its commitment to eco-friendly tourism

Costa Rica Tourism Board Manuel Antonio National ParkThe only country to ever win the 'UN Champions of the Earth' award, Costa Rica, has plans to continue an eco-friendly model of tourism.

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WTM news: Japan is gearing up for Olympics and Paralympics 2020 visitors

Tokyo skyline Japan Adobestock rabbit75 fot 80227390Japan is getting ready for the influx of visitors expected for next year's Olympics and Paralympics with extensive infrastructure improvements.

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WTM news: Turkey aims to grow visitor numbers with three year plan

Istanbul Turkey Adobestock GivagaTurkey’s tourism board has revealed ambitions to attract over 75 million visitors and US$65 billion in revenue a year by 2023. 

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WTM news: Malta leads the way for sustainable holidays in 2020

Vittoriosa Malta Adobestock Valery BaretaMalta leads the way when it comes to changing and transforming the travel sector to help protect the environment.

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