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An International Sports and Tourism Organisation has been founded by a group of countries including Greece, Lebanon, Egypt, Bulgaria and Portugal.

The 4th edition of the UNWTO Euro-Asian Mountain Tourism Conference which was held March 02 – 05, in Berchtesgaden, Germany, highlighted the need for collective efforts in overcoming current challenges that mountain destinations are facing to adapt to new consumer trends and market changes, to address seasonality by diversifying tourism products in an innovative manner while protecting natural and cultural resources.

Mercer’s, one the world’s largest human resources consulting firm, ranked Limassol 86th of 231 cities in its annual report.

The ranking indicates differences in quality of living factors affecting expatriates in popular assignment destinations.

In first place is Vienna, followed by Zurich. Vancouver, Munich and Auckland share the third spot. The rest of the top are European cities, such as Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Copenhagen, Geneva and Basel.

Evaluation is done by using factors such as climate, disease and sanitation standards, ease of communications, and physical remoteness can often affect the success of a foreign assignment. The local political and social environment, political violence, and crime may give rise to potentially uncomfortable, inconvenient, or even dangerous situations are also factors that are considered.

Marriott International and Manchester United announced a multi-year marketing partnership, giving the 120 million members of the Marriott Bonvoy travel programme exclusive opportunities for once-in-a-lifetime Manchester United football experiences – including the chance to become the club’s Stadium Announcer or Kit Manager for the day.

There is full of hope for the current year for the Larnaca region’s reputation as a premium diving destination with the sinking of the Elpida (Hope) and the LEFI vessels to create new artificial reefs.

Health seekers who have been visiting historical Lithuanian resort in Druskininkai for more than two hundred years did not need a proof of what scientists have published recently - there is a direct link between holidays in nature and longer life.