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Italy’s beaches at the centre of heated controversy
Beach club owners, politicians and environmental campaigners are fighting over the future of Italy’s coastline.
Afghan tourists enjoy the peace in Bamiyan's sites
Afghan tourists enjoy a holiday riding boats at the Band-e Amir lake and walking through the ruins of where the famous Buddha statues once stood before being blown up by the Taliban in 2001.
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Europe's first ever Marvel themed universe opened to the public at Disneyland Paris on Wednesday (20 July 2022).
Algeria's ancient treasures: from Constantine to Timgad
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Six people injured during the eighth bull run of San Fermin
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Qatar’s growing contribution to the health and wellness sector
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Inside Dubai’s booming food scene
From fine dining to affordable food, Dubai has become a magnet for foodies. With some of the emirate’s award-winning chefs celebrating their first Michelin stars, City Scenes samples some of the dishes elevating Dubai’s culinary reputation.
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Barcelona tackles overtourism with city centre restrictions
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Abu Dhabi to launch TeamLab Phenomena on Saadiyat Island
The latest addition to Saadiyat Cultural District in the UAE capital is an immersive, multi-sensory venue called teamLab Phenomena Abu Dhabi. Developed in conjunction with the Japanese art collective teamLab, the experimental, interactive 17,000 square metre space will be completed in 2024.
Can Lebanon's travel sector make a roaring comeback this summer?
Lebanon is anticipating hundreds of thousands of ex-pats and tourists to visit the country this summer. Their imminent arrival will bring a much-needed cash injection to a country previously tormented by an economic and financial crisis.