Mexican military and commercial flights airlifted hundreds of tourists stranded in the flooded resort of Acapulco Tuesday, where thousands of looters ransacked stores after two deadly storms struck the country.
The famous number 28 tram, winding its way through the narrow streets of the Portuguese capital.
More than 200,000 people from 140 countries have applied to go to Mars and never return.
Double-decker sightseeing buses have started cruising Astana city.
Half a dozen new five-star hotels, flagship stores for Louis Vuitton, Prada and Emporio Armani: Vienna is undergoing a luxury facelift that is delighting Arab, Asian and Russian tourists.
The girl that will represent Kazakhstan at the international contest Miss Tourism 2013 in October in Equatorial Guinea, Africa, is yet to be selected by the jury.
The 'visa-free regime' does not mean cancellation of visas, but involves introduction of ADS visas for group travel: president Assanbayeva.
A loving couple queues in front of a Parisian cafe. "For the brunch, I've got one table at 6pm", a waiter tells them.
Kazakhstan is expecting 5 million tourists from China during the international exhibition EXPO-2017.
Kazakhstan mulls signing an agreement on visa-free group travel with China.
The number of tourists visiting China's capital fell by more than 14 percent in the first half of this year compared to 2012.
Almaty is the most expensive city for tourism in the post soviet space.
Success stories can be rare in Pakistan, but business is booming in one Kashmir tourist spot as the region rebuilds after a devastating earthquake and shrugs off associations with violence.
Dia's restaurant in the Lebanese resort village of Aley is deserted. Most years, he caters to thousands of rich Gulf Arab tourists and to visiting expats, but this year no one has come.
Tourists planning to flock to Brazil for the World Cup a year from now should brace for some of the world's highest housing, restaurant and transport prices.
169 Kazakhstan tourists who are stuck in Antalya because of Sky Airlines bankruptcy will be transported to Aktobe by Turkish Pegasus.
Around 1,000 Kazakhstan citizens cannot leave Antalya, Turkey, because of the Turkish air company's bankruptcy.
Hotel reservations may be down after a week of violent mass protests in Turkey, but plucky tourists on the ground have taken the unrest in their stride.
Iraqi authorities have contracted a Czech firm to carry out a 10-month restoration of the ancient Arch of Ctesiphon as part of a plan to boost tourism to the once-popular site.
English friends, a writer Jamie Maddison and an entrepreneur Matthew Traver, have decided to ride horses from Ust-Kamenogorsk to Tashkent.
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