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Golf holidays: five of Cancun's best courses

Mark Alexander swings by Cancun's top golf courses to check out the greens and hotel facilities There’s a lot to like about Cancun. The smiles that greet you are broad and genuine, the landscape is awe-inspiring and the places to visit are varied and intriguing. The Mexican resort combines ...  More >

Get ready for Dynamic Packaging 2.0: opinion by Vicki Tittley

Technology is always evolving. Sometimes this is in the shape of new products and at other times it’s just a step change taking place, which has a marked impact on the way the travel industry conducts business. New products are things like the online booking systems, the first viewdata-masking ...  More >

Greece: holiday destinations from the movies

There is something about Greece that keeps directors coming back. Janine Kelso reports on the country’s hotspots that featured on the silver screen The film musical Mamma Mia!, which was shot in Greece last September, is set to be a money-spinner for agents as well as the cinemas this ...  More >

Greece: perfect resorts for five holiday types

Janine Kelso rustles up some Greek holiday options to suit different types of holidaymaker With a whole host of resorts offering sun-soaked beaches and plenty of culture, it can be hard to know which Greek destination to suggest for each client. Below is a selection of Greek holiday options for ...  More >

Greece: culture holidays to Delphi and beyond

If your clients love Greece's ancient history, get them out of Athens to Delphi, Knossos, Lindos and the Old Fort of Corfu Town. Alicia Gough reports Tourism in Athens is set to receive a boost this summer with the opening of the New Acropolis Museum in September. The €129 ...  More >

Greece: summer overview and 2008 holiday brochure preview

Alicia Gough looks at where tourism to Greece is headed in 2008, and previews six holiday brochures from key tour operators... With UK tour operators reporting a growing trend in luxury Greek holidays to exclusive resorts and hotels, 2008 looks set to be the year of luxury and seclusion in ...  More >

Germany: Berlin guide

You name it, German capital Berlin has got it: three opera houses, two concert halls, 35 theatres, and 170 museums; 300 clubs and 7,000 bars; and great architecture, including the majestic Brandenburg Gate and Norman Foster’s Reichstag. With such a rich cultural ...  More >

Greece: active and cultural holidays in the shoulder season

Spring can be the best time to visit Greece, before the hordes of package holidaymakers take over the beach resorts. Cooler temperatures also make it easier to appreciate the country’s treasure trove of historic attractions . Unlike the islands, many of which close down between October and May, ...  More >

Global Travel Group buyout explained

What lies behind efforts to consolidate among independent agencies? The pressures driving consolidation are similar to those that led to the restructuring at the top of the industry – the mergers of TUI/First Choice and Thomas Cook/MyTrave l. There is a fear the big two might ditch or ...  More >

Get involved in Travel Weekly's WTM coverage

Are you going to World Travel Market? If so, Travel Weekly would like to hear from you. We are looking for agents to tell the Travel Weekly team about their highlights of the show. If your contribution is exceptional, you could be offered a place on our Agent Reporter scheme . We ...  More >