General Travel News

Qatari Diar to invest in Cyprus

May 9 - The Cyprus Government has signed an agreement with Qatari Diar Real Estate Investment Company to invest Dh551 million in a real estate venture that includes a five-star hotel, luxury apartments, retail space and office buildings, said officials on Saturday.
This development will take place in Cyprus’ capital Nicosia and both countries will be equal stakeholders in the project."This major tourism development underscored the strong relationships that exist between Cyprus and the Middle East countries and clearly underlines the confidence in the Cyprus economy, which has remained relatively unscathed in the global economic climate. This development needless to say has helped restore investor confidence in the tourism industry of Cyprus," said Antonis Paschalides, Cyprus minister of trade, commerce and tourism.
The project will be completed in 30 months and construction is due to begin in two months’ time. Tourists to Cyprus from the Middle East rose 9.5 per cent in the first quarter of this year. Total arrivals from the Middle East are expected to surpass 50,000 in 2010.
 

More General Travel News
Constance Halaveli Maldives offers the luxury of space in seclusion
Multiple Langham Hotels named in 2020 Readers' Choice Award
Swiss Belhotel to open 4 new hotels in the GCC
Latest Travel News
Multiple Langham Hotels named in 2020 Re...
Swiss Belhotel to open 4 new hotels in t...
Abu Dhabi and Wizz Air announce establis...
Featured Sights To See
Kelly Tarlton's

Kelly Tarlton's

Auckland, New Zealand

Kelly Tarlton's is essentially an aquarium situated on Tamaki Drive and is home to the Antarctic Encounter and Underwater World.              ...

Temple of Literature

Temple of Literature

Hanoi, Vietnam

The Temple of Literature founded in 1070, is a temple dedicated to Confucius. Today only parts of the sprawling complex dates from this earliest period; most of the architecture that we see comes from the Ly and Tran Dynasties. Also known as Van Mieu, the Temple of Literature has undergone numerous restorations and stands as one of the few remaining examples of later Ly Dynasty (1009-1225) archite...

Tavel House

Tavel House

Geneva, Switzerland

This is an old residential building in Geneva that was destroyed by a massive fire in the early 14th century, but has been restored and converted into a cultural museum. It has on display articles of daily use in Geneva, dating back from the Middle Ages to the late 19th century. The attic has a miniature model of an ancient Geneva when the rampart walls were still in place around the city. &nbs...

British Library

British Library

London, United Kingdom

The British Library is the national library of the UK and holds over 150 million items from several countries in many languages and formats. You will have access to books, manuscripts, journals, newspapers, magazines, sound and music recordings, videos, play-scripts, patents, databases, maps, stamps, prints and drawings.    Originally, the British Library was a part of the British Mu...