The world is full of danger, and a crisis can occur at any time. That's why travel agencies like TUI are investing in crisis management software and services, so they can react to protect their customers abroad.
Swiss technology is due to hit new heights on Friday when the world's steepest funicular railway line opens at one of its Alpine resorts in Stoos.
While inland towns that depend on tourism are struggling mightily, things are getting better in San Juan as cruise ships are once again docking. Tourists are invited to help the island get back on its feet.
During advent in Zurich, the city lights up like a Christmas tree. It's a magical place, with its market, circus, and of course, cheese fondue. And what better way to digest than a stroll through the brightly-lit city?
A registered sex offender has been arrested in Australia under the "world's toughest" crackdown on underage sex tourism. Canberra now has the right to seize both Australian and foreign passports.
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