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Paris Region Tourist Board
THE PARIS REGION TOURIST BOARD is the official organisation promoting tourism in the Paris Ile-de-France destination. It is your specialist contact who can assist you in developing your professional relationships with all the tourism partners in our destination. To help the professionals to develop their tour programs many tools have been created especially for them, including a new professional website, http://pro.visitparisregion.com/, which features a whole host of exclusive new information available to tourism professionals, the aim of which is to help them diversify their offer and to help them tailor their marketing and sales strategy. Key figures: a continual stream of data from surveys carried out at airports and on board trains, economic indicators, summaries of studies for different markets. Tools: photo and video libraries. A section dedicated to Business Tourism. Useful sales information for the promotion of new events, activities and venues.
Generator offers travellers unique, stylish and design led spaces to enjoy the best social experience of a hostel, in the most central locations and at affordable rates. All properties include a range of room types from shared to private bedrooms, chill-out areas, bars, cafes and a variety of spaces available for private hire - from street facing or basement exhibition spaces to penthouse suites and roof tops. The food and beverage offering is available until late and includes localised menus with barista style coffee and great cocktails. Free, fast Wi-Fi is available across all properties and a memorable city stay is guaranteed thanks to our creative events -that support emerging art and local talent-, and knowledgeable staff that are on hand around the clock. As Europe’s fastest growing hostel brand, Generator currently has nearly 6,080 beds located across seven countries in Dublin, London, Copenhagen, Berlin, Hamburg, Venice, Barcelona and Paris. In 2015 we will expand the capacity to almost 7,000 with two more openings in Rome and Amsterdam.
The Original London Sightseeing Tour
The Original Tour is the first and still the largest single city operation of its kind in the world. London's most popular tour offers its guests the ultimate introduction to the capital on our open top buses and includes an amazing free Thames Hop-on Hop-off river pass, three fascinating free walking tours and an exclusive free Kids' Club with Kids Pack. All hop-on hop-off tickets are valid for 24 hours across three main tour routes, two of which offer full multi-lingual commentary and one has entertaining English-speaking guides, with over 80 conveniently located stops to hop on and off at. The Original Tour welcomes the support of the travel trade, with all partners receiving competitive commissions, full product training and sales support from dedicated account managers as well as a choice of flexible ticketing options.
London & Partners
London & Partners is the official promotional organisation for London. Our company attracts and delivers value to business, students and visitors. We work in partnership with organisations across the world to achieve our goal – that London is recognised as the best big city on earth.
Travel Weekly Group
TravelGBI is No.1 for domestic and inbound travel and tourism news in England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales.
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