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Destinations

REVEALED: The 10 most popular cities for international travellers (and six are in Asia)

The world’s most popular cities for international travellers have been revealed, and TW can confirm that neither Tamworth nor Dubbo made the list.

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Hotels

Revealed: these are the Airbnb capitals of the world

Paranoid that Airbnb may be taking over your neighbourhood, driving up rentals and putting a strain on hotels? It’s probably best you skip this one.

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Tourism

Overtourism: Paris deputy mayor pushes for tour bus ban

Sacré bleu! If you’re a wholesaler with tour buses in Paris you might want to read this. Those with no affiliation to tour buses are also welcome to have a peruse.

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Aviation

Unruly passenger slaps cabin crew, throws up on Paris flight

Just when you thought nothing could top United’s ant-infested flight, Travel Weekly is proud to inform you of this mid-flight puke fest.

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Hotels

Hotel review: Shangri-La Paris

by Ali Coulton

Travel Weekly’s deputy editor has taken a break from munging down on croissants and skolling champagne in France to deliver this hotel review.

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Tourism

Macron promises to rebuild as Notre Dame burns

by Ali Coulton

Heartbroken Parisiens and tourists watched as the iconic spire of the world’s most famous Gothic cathedral was engulfed in flames and collapsed.

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Destinations

REVEALED: 2019’s top foodie destinations

by Christian Fleetwood

Please excuse us while we sell a few vital organs so we can visit all the destinations on this list.

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Destinations

Eiffel Tower and the Louvre forced to close as Paris riots continue

Meanwhile, we’re very close to forcing our office to close if our boss doesn’t change his policy on midday naps and early marks.

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News

Paris riots: What travellers need to know

Riots broke out in the French capital over the weekend, with protesters looting and torching cars in many of the city’s main tourist areas.

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Tourism

You can now buy a piece of the Eiffel Tower

Just in case key rings and miniature models aren’t enough, you can now buy part of the original staircase. That is, if you have a spare $800,000 laying around.

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Tourism

Instagrammer denied entry to the Louvre for “revealing” dress

If it makes her feel any better, Travel Weekly was also kicked out of the iconic gallery because apparently you can’t “just drink wine anywhere” and they have “standards”.

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Tourism

Eiffel Tower closed as “monstrous” queues cause strike

We threatened to go on strike if the line outside the cafe downstairs didn’t shorten, but apparently whether we do our job or not does not affect the city’s baristas in the slightest.

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