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130 WINDOWS TO JAPAN


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Web: www.windowstojapan.com A Japan based land operator. A truly unique, dynamic, creative, highly flexible company which offers fresh inspiring ways of creating tours in Japan. We offer a truly tailor made tours all over Japan which combine some of our soul stirring and life time experiences- our “windows” into the culture.


Sharing on the stand of Japan.


International Luxury Travel Market 2012 | www.iltm.net THE YEATMAN HOTEL W200


Web: www.theyeatman.com The Yeatman is a luxury wine hotel set within the Port Wine district. Rooms offer terraces with breathtaking views of the Douro River and Porto, World Heritage. Enjoy the attentive service, gastronomic cuisine and extensive Port and wine list or experience a luxurious


treatment in the Vinothérapie® Spa by Caudalíe. Sharing on the stand of Relais & Châteaux.


WONDERS INFINITY TOURISM


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Web: www.witdubai.com Wonders Infinity Tourism (part of T3 Group Middle East) is an in-bound DMC in Dubai. It provides professional services in UAE and Oman for Accommodation, Transportation and Excursions for FIT, Groups, MICE and Special Packages. Mission: Maintain firm and sustainable reputation as quality service provider through strong


infrastructure and excellence. Sharing on the stand of Dubai - Department Of Tourism & Commerce Marketing.


ZAGREB CONVENTION BUREAU C220


Web: www.zagreb-convention.hr Zagreb Tourist Board & Convention Bureau is a non-profit organization focused on promotion of Zagreb as an ideal destination for city breaks, leisure and business travellers. We offer assistance and support to tour operators, travel agencies and meeting planners in their effort to bring


visitors to Zagreb. Sharing on the stand of Croatian Convention And Incentive Bureau.


XO PRIVATE Web: www.xoprivate.com


Whilst the xoprivate.com website is the ultimate source of information on luxury travel, XO Private also publishes The Private Collection, an indispensable source of inspiration for discerning travellers. It is a reference book which guides its readers towards the world’s finest escapes, all brought together in a uniquely illustrated volume.


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ZAMBEZI QUEEN Web: www.zambeziqueen.com


The motor vessel, Zambezi Queen, is a sophisticated, elegant floating boutique hotel, consisting of 14 cabins. Located only 90 km from Victoria Falls, the boat sails along the shores of the Chobe River between Namibia and Botswana, which has one of the highest


concentrations of wildlife in Africa. Sharing on the stand of Aqua Expeditions.


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YACHTS DE PARIS Web: www.yachtsdeparis.fr


A fleet of 8 authentic yachts on the river Seine. Private events from 2 to 800 guests. Refined gastronomy by Lenôtre. A team of professionals at your service for an


impeccable quality of service. Sharing on the stand of Atout France.


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ZÜRICH TOURISM Web: www.zuerich.com


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Zürich, the Swiss natural metropolis on the water with stunning views of the Alps! The Zürich Tourism Travel Trade Team is happy to support and advise you. Whether you are planning individual, group or coach trips, or you are organising business meetings, events and conferences in the vibrant centre.


Sharing on the stand of Switzerland Tourism.


YAS VICEROY HOTEL ABU DHABI B174


Web: www.viceroyhotelsandresorts.com/abudhabi An architectural triumph acting as the centerpiece of Yas Island, Yas Viceroy spans the Yas Marina Circuit, the favoured racetrack for Formula 1™ legends. 499 rooms and suites, a resort spa by ESPA and twelve dining venues showcasing cuisine from all corners of the globe,


completed by Viceroy’s distinctive service. Sharing on the stand of Viceroy Hotel Group.


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