General Travel News

Stranded tourists will not be penalized

All those passengers stranded in Dubai as a result of  suspension of flights to Europe  will not be penalised for overstaying their visas, said a senior official of the Ministry of the Interior.
Major General Mohammad Ahmad Al Merri, Director General of the Dubai General Department for Residency and Foreigners Affairs, said that those people whose flight reservations were cancelled due to the volcano, would not be fined for their unintentional overstay. "We want to help and make it easy for stranded people," he said.

More General Travel News
Collect souvenirs from the first Emirates Airbus A380
Mauritius welcomes back tourists after lifting restrictions
flydubai touches down in Ljubljana, Slovenia
Latest Travel News
Mauritius welcomes back tourists after l...
flydubai touches down in Ljubljana, Slov...
Four new hotels opening soon in Dubai...
Featured Sights To See
The story of Berlin

The story of Berlin

Berlin, Germany

this multimedia presentation gives a good background to the city and is recommended if you are not one for reading. Open daily 10am-8pm, Telephone: 887 20 100. Admission is about €10 per person but cheaper fares for groups can be sought. Very clear and informative  ...

Jellie Park Aqualand

Jellie Park Aqualand

Christchurch, New Zealand

On warm sunny Christchurch days, take out your children to this outdoor amusement park for a day full of excitement with water games, outdoor swimming, water slides and secluded family picnic areas for privacy. The Aqualand offers a retreat for families to enjoy some quality time together and is a good opportunity to socialize! Location:295 Ilam Road, Bryndwr Phone: +64 (0)3 351 705...

Marine Science College Museum

Marine Science College Museum

Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

The Marine Museum has a collection of live and fossilized fish on display. The Museum is convieniently located  next to the Red Sea, so that college students and the like can use their boats fully equipped for travel, studies and research. Address : North Ubhor ...

Place des Vosges

Place des Vosges

Paris, France

The Place des Vosges is the oldest square in Paris.  The square was laid out by Henri IV between 1605 and 1612.  All the buildings surrounding the square follow the same design.  Originally called the Place Royal, it was renamed in 1800 after Vosges, the first region of France to pay taxes under the new regime of Napoleon.  Many famous Frenchmen lived in the houses surrounding ...