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Green Winter Tales – sustainable coach holiday travel

This is a special time of year for telling tales – winter tales, fairy tales and Christmas tales. The RDA also has a very special and potent tale to tell. This is a tale concerning coach tourism,...


Germany at Christmas time

Many popular Christmas traditions originate in Germany – Christmas trees, Erzgebirge carved wooden figures, Lauscha glass Christmas tree balls, Herrenhuter Sterne (colourful stars), Nußknacker...


Galway named as one of the best cities to visit in 2020

European Capital of Culture 2020, Galway in the west of Ireland, home of “The Galway Girl” and the Claddagh Ring, has been named the fourth best city in the world to visit next year by Lonely...


Glasgow named cultural and creative centre of UK

Glasgow has been listed as the top cultural and creative centre in the UK in a recent “Cultural and creative cities monitor” published by the European Commission. Following in the top five were...


British holiday plans affected by Brexit

Great Britain is not only the home of package holiday travel but it is to this day one of the world’s leading tourism markets, for coach and group travel in particular. New research carried out by...


30 years Fall of the Berlin Wall: "Route of the Revolution" planned in Berlin

Berlin celebrates the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall on 9th November 2019 – probably one of the happiest days in German history. Around 30,000 letters and notes with personal...


Shopping Tourism boom in Germany

Neuschwanstein Castle, Cologne Cathedral and the Brandenburg Gate are no longer the only attractions that attract tourists to Germany. Many travellers from abroad find the luxury department store...


Westminster Abbey welcomes coach groups on 750th anniversary

Westminster Abbey in London marks the 750th anniversary of the consecration of Henry III’s church this autumn. King Henry III (1207 – 1272) was devoted to Saint Edward the Confessor (1003 – 1066, one...


UNESCO World Heritage – The Water Management System of Augsburg

The 68th RDA Annual General Meeting 2019 and 38th Day of Coach Tourism will take place in the Bavarian city of Augsburg (population 286,000) – a recently announced UNESCO World Heritage site with its...


GNTB offers online database for accessible travel in Germany

The German National Tourist Board (GNTB) offers a new and comprehensive online database for barrier-free accessible travel, the first of its kind to include a national labelling and...

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