Thirty five years after world’s deadliest nuclear power plant disaster, Ukrainian officials are trying to get the zone recognised as a historic monument.
The country will offer two different types of tourist visas for short and long stays respectively.
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Featuring its largest display of flowers to date, the iconic flower garden is debuting a slew of new attractions. Powered by: Dubai Tourism
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India’s most iconic tourist attraction is bracing for a tough season ahead, perhaps made a little bearable by the prospect of local travellers.
The island nation chose strict lockdowns and austerity. What’s next? | By Aaron Gulley
The coronavirus lockdown is keeping travellers away, but the Catalan spirit is fueling a surprising surge of local optimism. By | Isabelle Kliger
Grounded flights, shuttered restaurants, cancelled tours—the pandemic brings the hospitality industry to a halt.
Cancelled climbing season deals major blow to Nepal’s fragile economy. | By Andrew Bisharat