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Grenada’s tourism officials have unveiled a new sign that not only showcases the unique selling points of Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique but also allows visitors to create and share memories of their visit to the Eastern Caribbean tri-island nation.

On display at the Melville Street Cruise Ship Terminal in the capital of St. George’s, the new sign is a powerful symbol and a representation of Grenada’s unique selling points that will no doubt inspire more visitors to explore the “Spice Island” of the Caribbean.

A new Bottega Prosecco Bar has just opened in the international departure area of Istanbul Airport. This is an extremely prestigious location, as it is located in the middle of the Luxury Hall surrounded by the boutiques of the most important and famous fashion brands.

Istanbul Airport has significantly increased its air traffic in recent years, becoming one of the world's major hubs.

With Valentine's Day just around the corner, the NH Hotel Group rounds up what's happening at some of its five-star properties in Northern Europe for a Valentine's escape to remember. From love-inspired menus and complimentary gifts to couples' massage packages, here is why these NH Collection properties (the Group's upper upscale brand) offer the perfect base for a relaxing mini break.

The first meeting of the Committee for Made in Italy was held at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation. Participating was the Ministries of Economy and Finance (MEF), Agriculture and Food Sovereignty, and Forestry and Tourism.

The Committee for Made in Italy in the world (CIMIM) is made up of a body set up by the government last November and is co-chaired by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, the Ministry of Enterprise, and Made in Italy.

When Barbados hosts the 41st annual Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA) Caribbean Travel Marketplace this May, the first time in CHTA’s history, the island’s local hotel and tourism association will introduce to the global travel community one of its newly minted leaders.

Following the recent departure of two chief executive officers – Rudy Grant, now Barbados’ Consul General in Miami, and then cruise industry veteran Geoffrey Roach – Ryan Forde will become CEO of the Barbados Hotel and Tourism Association (BHTA) on February 13.