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‘Stay Close, Go Further’: Victoria launches multi-million-dollar tourism campaign

As Victoria continues to achieve consecutive ‘doughnut days’ and further eases restrictions, the state’s tourism board has come out of hibernation.

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“GREAT SUCCESS”: Kazakhstan cashes in on new Borat film in latest tourism campaign

In some very nice news for Sacha Baron Cohen fans, it looks like Borat’s home country has finally decided to accept him… sort of.

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Tourism authority under fire for ad showing elderly woman flipping the bird

This ad for Berlin’s tourism authority proves the Germans do or don’t have a sense of humour. It’s largely inconclusive.

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‘Visit Eroda’: A well-funded tourism campaign for an island that doesn’t exist

by Christian Fleetwood

Eroda doesn’t exist, but it has its own tourism campaign and more than 20,000 followers on Twitter. So, what’s the deal?

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Celebs Gwyneth Paltrow, Kate Hudson and Zoe Saldana front Dubai’s new tourism campaign

Dubai’s tourism department is hoping not one, not two, but three Hollywood actresses will do the trick in wooing travellers to the arid destination.

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Vienna amusingly roasts web reviews (and itself) in latest tourism campaign

by Ally Burnie

Hey, Vienna’s given us many marvellous thing – Sigmund Freud, the schnitzel and the Streets Viennetta to name but a few.

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Sex sells! Lithuanian capital unveils naughty ‘The G-spot of Europe’ ad

This country is taking a particularly raunchy approach to its advertising. Now, if we could just combine this ad with Tourism Australia’s Chris Hemsworth ads, that’d be ideal.

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New Cal urges travellers to love thy neighbour

by Hannah Edensor

Getting to know your neighbour never looked so good.

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Ecuador is all you need

Australia is one of seven markets Ecuador is targeting in an international tourism campaign.

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