The hotel group Accor Hotels opened its first hotel in Armenia – ibis Yerevan Center. The three-star hotel is located in the center of Yerevan, within walking distance of Republic Square, the Armenian Opera and Ballet Theater, the Museum of History and Art.
Archive for May, 2017
The city council of Florence decided to establish on the ancient bridges across the Arno River special barriers that prevent tourists from climbing the railing to make selfie. The first protective partitions are equipped on the Santa Trinita bridge (Ponte Santa Trìnita). Barriers are made of metal and are similar to the fences established around the bastions of Forte Belvedere (Forte di Belvedere).
In Beijing, the hotel chain Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts, opened the hotel brand Hotel Jen. The hotel is located in the center of the CBD’s main business district and occupies the first 22 floors of the China World (Tower B) skyscraper, next to the new shopping center and many restaurants.
In the center of Bangkok, the first hotel of the Park Hyatt brand was opened. It occupies a futuristic skyscraper with terraces in the city center, near the Lumpini park, and has direct access to the Ploen Chit metro station. In the same building is the shopping center Central Embassy mall. From the international airport Suvarnabhumi the hotel is 50 minutes by car.
The “Tibetan” Cesana Claviere (Ponte Cesana Claviere) bridge in the Italian province of Turin, considered to be the longest suspension bridge of its kind in the world, will reopen for a visit on May 27. Brave tourists can stroll across the bridge over the San Gervasio gorge every weekend until early October.
Tourists no longer have the opportunity to chance to meet a movie star at the Los Angeles International Airport – they opened a new terminal designed for celebrities, big businessmen and other wealthy passengers.
From 23 to 25 May, a gastronomic festival will be held in Tel Aviv. The place for the celebration will be Charles Clore Park, which is located on the beach, and the holiday itself will be called Eat Tel Aviv.
The sellers of souvenirs, which are intrusive to tourists in Egypt, will be fined for excessive importunity – the relevant law was adopted by the government a few days ago.