Posts Tagged ‘ Mongolia ’

Where the experts holiday: Mirko Lagattolla

Mar 1st, 2016 | By

Mirko Lagattolla – co-founder of GLEAT, a new app that allows Londoners with a passion for cooking to set up a pop-up restaurant in their very own home – talks travel

Where the experts holiday: Adam Stern,

Jul 5th, 2015 | By

Aussie, Adam Stern – a competitive freediver (breath hold diver) and freediving instructor who trains and competes in competitions all over the world – talks travel

The rise of Mongolia

Mar 11th, 2015 | By

Not since Kublai and Genghis Khan swept before them centuries ago has Mongolia had such an impact on Europe. Just sixteen years ago, the country decided to encourage tourism. Last year, 450,000 people visited the country. This year there will be even more because, apart from the big presence in London last November, the country has also been working with the other big international travel trade show, ITB, which is being held in Berlin this week. Unlike our November show, ITB is also open to
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Travelling to the land of Genghis and Kublai Khan

Nov 9th, 2014 | By
Mongolian horseman

Mongolia, one of the least visited countries by us in the world, is known for two legendary rulers, Genghis Khan and his grandson, Kublai Khan. As it expands its infrastructure, will it attract more visitors?