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Barbados launches their Official Travel Guide powered by mTrip

Time for a tropical getaway? Well you’re in luck! We are excited to announce that Barbados has just launched their Official Travel Guide powered by mTrip for iPhone and Android. Packed with detailed travel information, events, hot places, coupons and more, the guide is a must have for visiting island.

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Tokyo’s tallest attraction is ready to open

After four years of construction the Tokyo Sky Tree is only a few weeks away from opening its doors to the public on May 22, 2012. It is now the world’s tallest tower measuring in at an astonishing 2080ft or 634 meters tall and is the premier destination to enjoy breathtaking views of Tokyo.

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A quick guide to navigating Istanbul’s Bazaars

Any Turkish holiday should include some exposure to the Istanbul shopping experience with all of its magic, charm and hustle. Be ready for something different where organized chaos can afford you some special bargains and nice gifts for the whole family. Consider Istanbul shopping as a cultural experience where you have to learn on your feet to get the best that Turkey has to offer.

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Four Unique Experiences in Barcelona

Like every major tourist city around the world, Barcelona has its “hit list” of places and experiences that most tourists don’t want to miss. There’s a walk down Las Ramblas (where many of the best hotels in Barcelona are located), a trip to the top of the Sagrada Familia, a stroll through the Barri Gotic, a tapas tour, and a visit to La Bouqeria market. While these are all worthwhile experiences (they are the hits for a reason after all) why not spice up your trip by checking out some of these lesser known highlights of Barcelona?

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Visiting Paris in August: Not Such a Bad Idea After All

It’s common knowledge among travelers to Europe that August is a very bad time to go to Paris. Everything shuts down, they say, as most of the locals go on vacation in August. And it’s true. 50% of the city’s residents leave come August, but for those who stay, and for the tourists who come against the warnings, Paris in August turns out to be a more peaceful, relaxed version of itself.

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