General Travel News

ADTA Opening Will Increase Italian Tourists

Abu Dhabi Tourism Authority (ADTA) opened new tourism offices in Rome and Milan and this is expected to increase Italian tourist arrivals.  The ADTA chairman said “The opening of these offices sends a clear signal to the international tourism industry that Abu Dhabi is maintaining its long term vision of attracting 2.7 million hotel guests to the emirate by 2012.

On Wednesday 50 member Italian delegation led by Italy’s Tourism Minister arrived in Abu Dhabi to mark the occasion.
 

More General Travel News
Marshmello, Pitbull, Shaggy and Don Omar perform at the Diriyah Music Festival in Saudi Arabia
Jazeera Airways launches flights to Karachi
Emirates expecting over 500,000 arrivals into Dubai by early September
Latest Travel News
Jazeera Airways launches flights to Kara...
Emirates expecting over 500,000 arrivals...
Kazakhstan's new tourist attraction - fa...
Featured Sights To See
Pacific Park

Pacific Park

Los Angeles, United States

It may be small, but this theme park is in a fantastic location on the Santa Monica Pier. Kids can spend the day playing the various arcade games that are available, or riding on a roller coaster or even getting a good view of the LA coastline from the top of the Ferris Wheel.   Address: Santa Monica Pier, Santa Monica, CA 90401 Tel: 310.260.8744        ...

Toghrol Tower

Toghrol Tower

Tehran, Iran

The Seljuk king Toghrol had this monument built in the 12th century when Rey was the capital of Persia.  ...

Bird Market

Bird Market

Jakarta, Indonesia

Located at Jalan Barito in South Jakarta and Jalan Pramuka in Central Jakarta, here you can find various colorful tropical birds on sale. ...

Hanoi Presidential Palace

Hanoi Presidential Palace

Hanoi, Vietnam

The Hanoi Presidential Palace is a grand colonial mansion next to the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum which can only be viewed from the outside amid tight security. Behind the Presidential Palace are the Botanical Gardens which are beautiful, and infinitely more interesting than the palace structure itself. ...