April 17, 2021 07:18 (IST)
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Turkey awaits Indian tourists once flight restrictions are lifted

New Delhi: The Turkish Tourism Board in India shared that a total of 16 million International visitors arrived in Turkey in the year 2020 and the revenue that emerged from international tourism & visitors arrivals stood at $12.1 billion.  The  transcontinental country straddling Southeastern Europe and Western Asia is awaiting Indian tourists once the flight restrictions are lifted.

Austria: Finding romance in Vienna

Vienna: There's something very artistic about Vienna, the world's most liveable city. The air is heavy with music and the cobblestoned paths paved with stories of love and longing.

Australia Travel: Port Stephens- Read Now, Travel Later

Less than three-hour drive north from Sydney, Port Stephens regularly props up in the minds of the local Indian diaspora when thinking of a day trip to a nearby hideout to enjoy sea and sand. This destination is also pretty popular among overseas visitors and ranks high in almost every itinerary for anyone touring down under from India.  

Jammu and Kashmir: Gulmarg gets back sheen, hotels register full bookings till April 15 

Srinagar: In a break from the dull tourism of the past few years, the Kashmir’s famed tourist resort Gulmargdraped in snow has brought back the sheen with hotels registering full bookings till April 15. 

Jammu and Kashmir: 2-day Pahalgam winter carnival begins

  Srinagar: The popular tourist spot Pahalgam reverberated with colourful activities including cultural programmes.

Jammu and Kashmir: Night flights at Srinagar Airport likely from next month

Srinagar: The much-awaited night flight operations at the Srinagar International Airport are likely to begin next month provided the Director General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) gives its final approval.

UNWTO trains Caribbean travel industry to effectively use statistics to restart tourism

Madrid/IBNS: The UN World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO), in collaboration with the Caribbean Tourism Organization, recently organised a virtual workshop for their members in the region to address the key challenges they face in making effective use of statistics to drive the restart of their tourism sectors.

Jammu and Kashmir: Baramulla-Banihal train service set to resume from Monday

Srinagar: After remaining suspended for 10 months owing to Covid-19, the rail services in Kashmir are all set to resume from February 22.

Jammu and Kashmir: Sonamarg to be thrown open on Feb 24

 Srinagar: The famous health resort Sonamarg in this district will be reopened for visitors on February 24 even as the district administration in collaboration with the tourism department and the SDA will organise a snow festival on the occasion.

Amid new Covid strains in India, Centre issues fresh guidelines for international travellers

New Delhi/IBNS: As new strains of Coronavirus surfaced in India, the Centre issued a fresh set of travel guidelines for all incoming international passengers.

Director Tourism Kashmir holds webinar with WB tourism fraternity

 Srinagar: Following the Webinars with Gujarat and Maharashtra Tour and Travel Fraternity, Director Tourism, Kashmir, Dr G N Itoo Tuesday interacted with the West Bengal Tour and Travel Fraternity through a Webinar organized by the J&K Tourism’s Kolkata Office.

IndiGo signs agreement with Bengal Aerotropolis Projects Limited, to commence operations from Durgapur as its 66th domestic destination

New Delhi:: Continuing its efforts towards strengthening regional connectivity, IndiGo, India’s leading carrier, signed an agreement with Bengal Aerotropolis Projects Limited (BAPL) to start operations from Durgapur – the 66th destination in 6E network.

CCIK delegation meets Director Tourism Kashmir

Srinagar: An eight-member delegation of the Associated Chamber of Commerce and Industries-Kashmir (CCIK) led by its President, Latif A Bhat, called on the Director of Tourism Kashmir, Dr G N Itoo to discusses various issues related to the tourism industry.

Russia's Aeroflot resumes regular Delhi-Moscow flights

New Delhi:  Russia's flagship airline Aeroflot on Friday resumed flights enrouted Moscow-New Delhi and New Delhi-Moscow under the air bubble agreement, officials said.

Jammu and Kashmir: Tourism Deptt hosts cultural evening at Bahu Gandola station

Srinagar: Directorate of Tourism, Jammu in collaboration with Jammu and Kashmir Cable Car Corporation, organized a Weekend Musical Cultural Evening at Bahu Gandola Station to attract tourists to Jammu and its adjoining areas.