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    Romania: Shedding Ceausescu and Dracula

    The country has emerged from two decades of upheaval following the collapse of its communist regime to become a viable international tourist destination. More»

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    Travel editors discuss challenges in the media business

    Topics include how shifting media models are affecting travel titles and how the consumer media covers the cruise industry. More»

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    All eyes East

    Acknowledging the country's growing influence, industry leaders will meet in China once again to address travel's importance to the global economy. More»

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    Fishing for MICE

    Cruise lines are pushing hard for meetings, incentives, conferences and exhibitions bookings. But corporate planners are resisting. More»

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    Netanyahu's Israel

    Fresh off playing tour guide for PBS' "Israel: The Royal Tour," Israel's prime minister discusses the country's emerging profile as a technology center and its ambitions to increase its tourism growth rate by high multiples. More»

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    RV blind spot

    While travel sellers overseas have been tapping into a growing demand for tours of the U.S. via rented camper vans, U.S. agents have shown scant interest in selling these mini-hotels on wheels. More»

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    Windfall on the water

    Breaking from its long-standing all-inclusive model, the cruise industry is embracing an increasing variety of onboard revenue streams. More»

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    Unexplored Mexico

    Less-visited destinations, from coastal villages to inland archaeological marvels, offer authentic experiences beyond the country's major cities and resort areas. More»

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    Namibia: Conservation and contention

    A land of sand and big game is blazing a path to sustainability that divides environmentalists into camps of praise and condemnation. More»


    L.A.'s nightlife hotels

    A new generation of youth-oriented accommodations eschews the traditional attractions that draw visitors to the City of Angels and replaces them with the call of the city's pulse and vibe. More»

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    Weddings to go

    The size, scope and sales for today's destination weddings have far outgrown their intimate elopement roots. More»

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    QM2: A decade at sea

    Launched amid unprecedented fanfare 10 years ago, Cunard's elegant ocean liner continues to embody the allure of transatlantic sailing, weathering a decade of dramatic shifts in the luxury cruise market. More»

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    Under the microscope

    As Brazil prepares to play on the world stage, hosting both the World Cup and the Olympics, its time in the spotlight will illuminate the country's flaws as well as its virtues. More»

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    Travel Weekly honors 2013 Readers Choice Awards winners

    Once again, our readers name the best of the best in categories that span the entire travel industry. More»

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    Ports of contention

    Cruise lines weigh their options as community activists rail against ever-larger ships, which they say are encroaching on their quality of life. More»

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    The quest for authentic Africa

    As more and more tourists seek a glimpse of the "real Africa," controversy is growing over the question of how authentic these experiences can really be. More»

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    Travel Weekly Preview 2014: Pointed in the right direction

    The ingredients are in place for the travel industry to have a year of growth and prosperity in 2014. Demand is strong, the economy is improving, and the major supplier categories are beginning the year with their houses pretty much in order. More»

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    The top stories of 2013

    We’ve done it again, and we present Travel Weekly’s Top 10 travel news stories of 2013. More»

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    Normandy: Beyond the beaches

    The region, set to mark the 70th anniversary of D-Day next year, offers myriad points of interest for history buffs and other leisure travelers. More»

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    Travel Weekly presents Readers Choice finalists

    Travel Weekly's readers have once again shared their picks for the industry's finest. More»

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