Not only do travel professionals see the ban affecting tourism to the U.S., but also having the potential to affect American travelers abroad.
While Armani Hotel Milano is famous in the contemporary fashion world, the collection also features historic properties such as Hotel Alfonso XIII.
A popular option is mastering the art of paper mache sculpting at Sciacca’s Carnival Museum, or attendees can learn how Sicilian carnival floats are made and create their own carnival masks and other items.
In the Covent Garden section of London is Rules restaurant, the oldest in the city and the site of a famous scene from the 2015 James Bond film Spectre.
Estrel Berlin, Europe's largest hotel, convention and entertainment centre, is also one of the most sustainable gigs in town.
visitBerlin's new event format is expanding the horizon for green meetings.
A dedicated Green Team awaits planners in need of tailor-made solutions that limit the environmental footprint of events.
Since launching over a decade ago, Sustainable Brands’ value-based approach to commerce has been embraced by over a million business leaders worldwide.
Portugal’s coastal capital city has a different claim to fame depending on who you ask.
A place for “oddfellows,” Greater Manchester is booming with quirky, creative venues and experiences.
Perhaps most exciting for groups is The Ginstitute, which offers gin-making experiences to attendees interested in making their own personal blend of gin.
Culturally-rich cities like Vienna push the boundaries on how tradition can be a springboard for innovative, cutting-edge experiences.
See how historic backdrops inspire forward-thinking events in Croatia.
Attendees can see and taste the natural herbs and berries growing in the forest—most of which have been used by locals to create natural remedies for infection, pain and sickness.
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Mid-December in Stockholm is all about the Nobel Prize and plenty of authentic laureate options await groups.
As is often the case, what is considered tradition by one country may be viewed as the next big trend in another.
Monaco’s Marché de la Condamine, an indoor/outdoor farmer’s market, can be privatized for special events, with food stations featuring local seafood, organic products and French and Italian desserts.
Scotland’s centuries-old Highland Games offers interesting opportunities for noshing on traditional Scottish cuisine.
Combine a sense of zen and history in a yoga session at or near the hotel.
"This is the largest concentration of separate events taking place under one roof during a three-week period that we have ever hosted.”
The University of Nottingham is developing the new $58 million David Ross Sports Village, scheduled for completion later this summer.
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To embrace the area’s wintry culture even more, groups can watch an Ice Music Concert in a venue that is essentially a giant igloo made of ice and snow.
But with ports in in Budapest, Vienna, Melk and Slovakia, “This experience introduced the group to a world they would have never seen on their own.”