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With 120,000 Glastonbury tickets selling out in just over an hour, so-called music tourism is proving to be very big business in the UK.
Dr. Sayed Makhdoom Raheen, Minister of Information and Culture laid the foundation stone of the tourism institute building in Pulicharkhi area, Kabul.
In a speech to the tourism sector Culture Secretary Maria Miller today outlined plans for Britains aim to welcome 40 million overseas visitors per year, spending 31.5 billion, by 2020.
Border areas in Russias Kaliningrad region, the Kaunas region of Lithuania and the Białostocko-Suwałski subregion of Poland will join forces in developing a common cultural trail Borderland Atlantis thanks to a new two-year Cross-Border Cooperation (CBC) project Borderland Atlantis trans-border cultural trail.
The economic impact of arts and culture tourism in Ontario is considerable according to a new analysis released today by the Ontario Arts Council (OAC). Ontario Arts and Culture Tourism Profile, the report prepared for OAC by Research Resolutions Consulting Ltd., provides a comprehensive profile of Ontarios arts and culture tourists.
Les retombes conomiques du tourisme artistique et culturel en Ontario sont considrables affirme une nouvelle analyse diffuse aujourdhui par le Conseil des arts de lOntario (CAO).