Articles tagged “literature”

Business Travel

This Company Helps Luxury Hotels Go Analog to Get Guests to Unplug

The luxury hospitality industry is trying to help guests unwind in these anxiety-ridden, tech-addicted times. It's refreshing to think that something as simple as a book can make a difference — plus drive repeat hotel visits and even foster community. Luxury properties should take note.

This Company Helps Luxury Hotels Go Analog to Get Guests to Unplug

Tourism

Nebraska Town Is Hoping for a Willa Cather Literary Tourism Boom

Another case of a smart destination using what's unique about it to attract tourism and create business opportunities around it.

Nebraska Town Is Hoping for a Willa Cather Literary Tourism Boom

Tourism

Scotland takes on Shakespeare to turn Macbeth into tourist draw

With the exception of the silly use of QR codes, the campaign is a very creative way to lure visitors to a place they may not otherwise consider by piquing their interest with a bit of controversy.

Scotland takes on Shakespeare to turn Macbeth into tourist draw

Tourism

Follow the footsteps of famous British spies during London’s themed tours

Tours, even if they’re in your own city, foster one kind of travel education by highlighting the history behind mundane buildings or empty fields and making them come to life.

Tourism

Tracing the shadow of travel writing legend Patrick Leigh Fermor in Greece

After a walk across Europe in the 1930s and World War II years spent kidnapping German officers off Mediterranean islands, the quintessential travel writer made Greece his home. The first complete biography of his life comes out this month.

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Crime fiction on tour: 5 cities that make killer destinations

A deep interest in the worlds brought to life in real destinations is driving a mini-boom of literature-inspired trips, none more so than in locales popularized by crime novels.