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Four Israeli students create a pass to help tourists find toilets
Construction has begun on Albania’s tallest building, featuring a pixellated map of the country on its facade
Smart city technology allows locals and tourists to interact with local attractions
A US-based startup creates tailor-made travel plans and recommendations opening up the luxury travel market to the mass market.
An expedition cruise ship is making big strides in protecting marine environments.
Holiday cabins are placed in temporary secret locations to enable users to reconnect with their environment.
An undersea luxury hotel residence is in development in the Maldives and will allow tourists to enjoy unparalleled views of the ocean.
Nine-meter high replicas are positioned alongside one of the country’s main highways, with local radio stations providing commentary to encourage people to re-engage with art.
A new VR experience allows passengers to take an immerse trip abroad in just 110 minutes of simulated flight
The island nation of Palau has changed its laws so that all visitors must sign a pledge to act in an ecologically responsible way while on the island.
A new biometric security system at Dubai International Airport will use electronic fish to enhance travel procedures.
Japan is introducing a system that will allow tourists to use fingerprints for payments while traveling.
Computer scientists at Russian university have developed a way to mine Instagram data to offer visitors a more authentic travel experience.
This food theme park showcases Italian produce at every stage – from the field and stable to the farmer’s market, kitchen and trattoria.
Hong Kong city has found an innovative way to promote their Old Town Central area.
A student architect has proposed creating hotels whose rooms can be transported by giant pneumatic tubes – with the guests inside.
Berlin-based app uses algorithms for its 360-degree videos featuring top tourist attractions.
The location-aware device is powered by GPS and is installed with a speaker that reacts at points of interest around the city.
Hong Kong operation Tink Labs launches a new smartphone service for hotels so guests get unlimited free calls, texts and web access.
In Germany, a hotel app company is launching a new on-demand service available to multiple industries.
Philadelphia’s Old City is now home to a new style of hotel that seeks to erase the barriers between visitors and their destination with “invisible” service hospitality.