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09 April 2013 09:53
The new study shows Brazil is among the top destinations for world travellers, with next year's World Cup likely to increase the country's popularity
Indonesia, Fiji, South Africa, Dubai, India, Brazil and Turkey feature on a shortlist of the top destination for international holidaymakers.
The dream locations were compiled using data from 21 million users of the website WAYN.com, with an impending vote set to decide the winner. Voters will receive prizes, while WAYN.com will also give nominees £46,500 worth of marketing promotion. Travellers keen to sample the top destinations should enjoy the trip with peace of mind, safe in the knowledge that they are covered by travel insurance.
"We are in a unique position whereby we have data on over 21 million users in 193 countries who communicate regularly with one another about their trip plans," Where Are You Now? co-founder Jerome Touze said. "Going forward, we intend to roll out more leading award recognitions for the travel and tourism industry, so watch this space."
28 April 2017
Holidaymakers will be able to jet off to eight new destinations from Belfast next summer, following the expansion of a budget airline.
27 April 2017
The port city of Liverpool is to be the starting point of the biggest round the world ocean race.
26 April 2017
Nearly three-quarters of patients diagnosed with cancer in A&E had previously seen their GP with related symptoms, according to research.
25 April 2017
Researchers recently suggested cycling could reduce the risk of cancer - and now a campaign has launched urging people to get on two wheels.
22 April 2017
The flag for Britain will be flown on a global scale at the forthcoming Clipper Round the World Race.
21 April 2017
Want to lower your risk of suffering cancer or heart disease? Then get on your bike.
20 April 2017
Researchers have made a significant breakthrough in understanding the way in which breast cancer grows and spreads.
19 April 2017
Budget airline easyJet has apologised over an incident in which two passengers were ordered to leave an overbooked flight.
14 April 2017
Holidays have topped the priority lists of people approaching retirement, with close to two thirds (64%) aiming to go on more trips once they leave the world of work behind.
13 April 2017
A major bank has outlined plans to become more "dementia-friendly".
12 April 2017
Restrictions should be put in place to curb the drinking of alcohol before early-morning flights, a House of Lords committee has suggested.
11 April 2017
Drivers heading to airports and ferry ports this bank holiday weekend have been told to expect heavy traffic.