• Role of Transport and Tourism Session Highlights

    Role of Transport and Tourism Session Highlights recorded during the International Transport Forum 2015 Summit on "Transport, Trade and Tourism" in Leipzig, Germany 27-29 May 2015.

    published: 27 May 2015
  • What types of sustainable transport are the most appropriate for your tourism business?

    Learn to what extent each mode of transport affects the environment and how you can optimise the use of transport needed to develop your tourism business. Transport: Greenhouse effect Atmospheric pollution Noise Sustainable Transport: Cheaper Greener Longer lasting Sustainable Transport Objectives: What do we want to achieve? Meet transport needs in a safe, healthy and long lasting way. Limit emissions of polluting gases, reduce resource consumption and minimise noise Actions Reduce negative effects of transport. Development: How do we want to achieve our objectives? Using responsible transport (Promoting cycling, public transport, low emission transportation, etc..). Development of technologies (Intermodality and ITS). Managementdecisions (Urban design, favourable taxation, etc.) F...

    published: 28 Apr 2014
  • Lesson 03 Transportation (Tourism) (Hsing Wu University)

    I developed these videos as an unconventional approach to teaching Travel and Tourism English to EFL/ESL students. It's also an unconventional approach to tourism itself—hence the name Paradigmaclast. Most vacations are what I call "glass bubble tourism." I'm encouraging "full contact tourism," both for more fulfilling vacations and for a better world. Making the videos look like the work of a faraway company rather than a local teacher is part of that new paradigm in teaching. After all, people are more willing to listen to an expert than to someone who lives and works among them. As Will Rogers said, "An expert is a man 50 miles from home with a briefcase." Further, by this means, I hope to get more honest feedback from the students. As for the teaching approach using humor and s...

    published: 30 Sep 2012
  • transport in tourism essay

    Click link: https://goo.gl/SPElvN?58580

    published: 24 Nov 2016
  • Using video to promote sustainable transport and tourism

    Produced by the Greentraveller Media Group.

    published: 28 Apr 2015
  • Transport as a Component of Tourism

    Subject:Hotel & Tourism Management Paper:Tourism And Hospitality: Concept, Component, Status And Trends

    published: 09 May 2018
  • Importance of tourism transport.

    Subject: B.A. Tourism Course Name: Tourism Transport Keyword: Swayamprabha

    published: 19 Mar 2018
  • Transport in Venice, Italy - Tourism in Venice

    World Travel https://www.youtube.com/user/World1Tube Venice, Italy Travel Guide http://bit.ly/18hNZuE Public transport in Venice The best ways to get around Venice are on foot or by water buses (vaporetti) which are operated by the local authority Azienda Consorziale Transporti Venezia (tel: (041) 2424; www.actv.it). The vaporetti have set routes around Venice so your journey is dictated by their routes and sailing times. There are four bridges across the Grand Canal: the oldest and most famous, Ponte di Rialto; Ponte dell'Accademia; Ponte degli Scalzi and the newest addition, opened in 2008, is Ponte della Costituzione which connects the Santa Lucia train station with the bus station at Piazzale Roma. An alternative way to cross the Grand Canal is by traghetto (a public gondola). Cros...

    published: 15 Oct 2013
  • Tourism in Mallorca by public transport

    TIB Public transport promotional video sponsored by the Mallorca Transports Consortium supported by the European project SEEMORE. The video aims to show TIB public transport (bus, train and metro) as a mean of access to the main attractions of Mallorca.

    published: 26 Sep 2013
  • Many Forms Of China Tourist Transportation

    China tourist transportation has largely improved due to increased demand. It should since it is estimated that by the year 2020 it might be the largest tourist country. According to total travel spending the growth rate is very high as by the year two thousand and nine the tourism revenue hit one hundred and eighty five billion US dollars. The industry is not retrogressing in any way. For more information on China Tourist travel please visit this blog post - http://chinamegatravel.com/many-forms-of-china-tourist-transportation/

    published: 20 Nov 2012
  • Features of passenger transport for travel and tourism

    This is a video version of my PowerPoint presentation about the features of travel and toursm. The video covers - Cost, Levels of Service, Accessibility and Comfort and Convenience. This video was made for Unit 16 - Passenger Transport for Travel & Tourism

    published: 24 Jul 2012
  • The role of transport in sustainable tourism growth Full Session

    The role of transport in sustainable tourism growth Full Session recorded during the International Transport Forum 2015 Summit on "Transport, Trade and Tourism" in Leipzig, Germany 27-29 May 2015.

    published: 27 May 2015
  • The Role of Accessible Transport in Fostering Tourism for All

    Presentation by Marcus Rebstock, Institut Verkehr und Raum, at the ITF Roundtable on "The Economic Benefits of Improved Accessibility to Transport Systems" held on 3-4 March 2016 in Paris, France.

    published: 08 Mar 2016
  • Why is the government so eager to promote waterway transportation?

    India has about 7,500 kms of coastline with a potential 14,500 km of navigable waterways. Apart from this, 116 rivers across the country provide 35,000 km of navigable transport ways. And yet waterways transport is one of the most neglected areas in India’s transportation sector. There is hardly any waterway transport corridor worthy of mention. Movement of goods through waterways constitutes only 3.5% of the total goods movement in India. Compare this to 47% in China, 40% in Europe, 44% in Japan and Korea and 35% in Bangladesh. To fix this situation parliament has recently passed the National Waterways Bill which declared 111 rivers as National Waterways. The union government is now trying to find innovative ways to raise around Rs 70,000 crores to develop these stretches. Why is the...

    published: 18 Mar 2016
  • Berlin tips for tourists

    A few tips for those planning on visiting Berlin: sightseeing on the cheap, public transport and personal safety. More information about the tickets I mention in the video: http://www.berlin-welcomecard.de/ http://www.citytourcard.com/ Music: "Hot Swing" by Kevin MacLeod http://incompetech.com --------- Send letters and postcards to: Rewboss Postfach 10 06 29 63704 Aschaffenburg Germany Please don't send parcels or packages, or anything that has to be signed for. --------- My website: http://www.rewboss.com/ My blog: http://rewboss.blogspot.com/ My Twitter feed: http://www.twitter.com/rewboss My Google+ page: https://google.com/+rewboss

    published: 13 Aug 2014
  • Open Data for Stimulation of SME Businesses in Agriculture, Transport, Tourism and Environment

    Foodie Project Introduction 3:13 Sdi4apps 23:05 Open Transport Net 44:44 Cloud‐based Sdi 1:24:34

    published: 30 Jun 2014
  • Cairo Transport - Egypt Travel Guide, Tourism and Vacation

    World Travel https://www.youtube.com/user/World1Tube Cairo - Egypt Travel Guide http://bit.ly/1gcTosP Cairo Transport - Egypt Travel Guide, Tourism and Vacation Cairo travel guide, Cairo Attractions, Cairo Hotels,Cairo Restaurants,Tourism in Egypt, Vacation Egypt, Giza, Pyramids, Cairo Museum From the Pyramids of Giza and traders' banter at Khan al-Khalili bazaar to sailing on the Nile, it's no surprise that Cairo is dubbed the Mother of All Cities by Egyptians. Egypt's capital, and Africa's largest city, boasts attractions of biblical proportions -- literally. Giza's Sphinx and pyramids are iconic as to be beyond description. Add to this the astonishing gold of Tutankhamun buried in the dusty corridors of the Cairo Museum, the Islamic treasures of bejewelled mosques, labyrinthine mediev...

    published: 14 Oct 2013
  • Simcity Tips for Tourism ► Part 2 ► Transportation Options

    Make sure to Subscribe if you haven't already! This is part one in a mini series going over all the elements in a tourism city. Instead of doing one long boring video on everything, it's better to break it apart. Like my Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/asilksworld

    published: 12 Jan 2015
  • Space travel possible? Space transport, space tourism and space exploration - Compilation

    1. May 24, 2016 — Astronauts might one day sleep their way to Mars by spending much of the long, arduous journey in hypothermic hibernation chambers. 2. Oct 15, 2016 — In a recent opinion article on CNN.com, U.S. President Barack Obama stressed his goal of not only sending humans to Mars, but making it possible for extended stay by 2030. 3. Feb 25, 2016 — NASA scientist Philip Lubin is working on perfecting laser technology that could propel a light spacecraft to Mars in as little as three days. 4. Aug 20, 2015 — A new technology with the potential to change how spacecrafts enter orbit has recently been patented in both the UK and the US. 5. Aug 26, 2015 — A NASA-funded study written by aerospace engineering company SpaceWorks says that keeping astronauts unconscious during...

    published: 22 Jun 2017
  • Chapter 4 1 4 2 Railroad Transport for Tourism

    published: 28 Sep 2017
  • The World's most beautiful road on the water | #Transport, #Tourism

    China On the Move: "The Most Beautiful Road on the Planet Earth" Aug 25, 2015 The most beautiful road on the water. To avoid destroying forests, authorities in central China's Hubei Province have put most of a newly built road along rivers and gorges. The road bypasses the nearby mountains and many tourist sites and makes the trip a sight-seeing experience to behold. ***[Video Credit: China Central Television] [Tags: News, China, Hubei Province, Transport, Tourism, Politics, News, #Breaking, #News, #Politics, #WorldNews]

    published: 25 Aug 2015
  • Paris Guías Transport Tourism 2017

    www.parisguiastransport.com

    published: 09 Feb 2017
  • The COMPLETE Bangkok Transport Guide 2018 (Co van Kessel)

    The COMPLETE Bangkok Transport Guide 2018 (Co van Kessel) In this video we will give a short summery of all the main transportation options in Bangkok. Including the Taxi, Tuk Tuk, BTS, MRT, Airport Rail Link and the Chao Phraya Express boat. If you want to move around like a local, use the public transportation. But when do you use which option? We are here to give you a better idea of the several options in Bangkok, Thailand. We did not include all options in Bangkok, but only the main ones used by tourists. * Looking for an authentic and unique adventure? Co van Kessel bike tours and boat tours provides a refreshing alternative to the tired tourist experience. We do not battle the crowds at clichéd destinations promoted in guide books, but turn your attention to quaint local commu...

    published: 02 Feb 2018
  • Cairo/ Giza: Local transport | Hotels | offline Maps | Tourist Hassles in Egypt (2018)

    http://bit.ly/subscribeMT After arriving from Alexandria, I took a bus to Giza Pyramids from a bus terminal inside the city of Giza. Thanks to the helpful people who guided me to the bus terminal. In the initial part of the video, you will see the mad traffic of Giza; you'll get a glimpse local transportation in Egypt. The bus I took to my hotel in Giza is called minibus. I have shared information about the Minibus fare in Cairo and Giza. The person sitting beside me also helped me to understand the mobile service providers in Egypt. So there is a mention of the best mobile network in Egypt. The video will also show you the hotel rating scam which I went through. The people, in general, are helpful, but there were few incidents which lead to tourist's harassments. Such events make a tour...

    published: 11 Apr 2018
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Role of Transport and Tourism Session Highlights
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Role of Transport and Tourism Session Highlights

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Role of Transport and Tourism Session Highlights recorded during the International Transport Forum 2015 Summit on "Transport, Trade and Tourism" in Leipzig, Germany 27-29 May 2015.
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What types of sustainable transport are the most appropriate  for your tourism business?
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What types of sustainable transport are the most appropriate for your tourism business?

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Learn to what extent each mode of transport affects the environment and how you can optimise the use of transport needed to develop your tourism business. Transport: Greenhouse effect Atmospheric pollution Noise Sustainable Transport: Cheaper Greener Longer lasting Sustainable Transport Objectives: What do we want to achieve? Meet transport needs in a safe, healthy and long lasting way. Limit emissions of polluting gases, reduce resource consumption and minimise noise Actions Reduce negative effects of transport. Development: How do we want to achieve our objectives? Using responsible transport (Promoting cycling, public transport, low emission transportation, etc..). Development of technologies (Intermodality and ITS). Managementdecisions (Urban design, favourable taxation, etc.) Fuel efficiency: depends on its potential to generate energy. Petrol 34.8 Megajoules / Litre Diesel 38.6 Megajoules / Litre Kerosene 37.6 Megajoules / Litre Biodiesel 35.1 Megajoules / Litre Types of transport in tourism Air transport: Scheduled flights and Charter flights Land transport: By rail (train, metro, etc.); Public transport by road; Private vehicles (up to 8 seats; Rental vehicles Sea transport: Passenger liners and ferries; Cruises; Charter service How to minimize transport consumption Real Situation What transport do I use for my tourism company? How do we use each type of transportation? What fuel do I use in each of the types of transportation? How well is each type of transportation driven? What transport options do I offer to my clients? How do I help the community to encourage the use of less polluting modes of transport? Optimal Situation Could I reduce the amount? Could I replace more polluting transport with cleaner transport? Could I reduce the frequency of its use? Could I optimise its use? Could I replace more polluting fuels with cleaner fuels? Could drivers improve their driving to reduce the emission of pollutants? Could I improve the transportation offer available to clients? Could I improve my assistance and involvement in the community to encourage the use of less polluting modes of transport?
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Lesson 03 Transportation (Tourism) (Hsing Wu University)
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Lesson 03 Transportation (Tourism) (Hsing Wu University)

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I developed these videos as an unconventional approach to teaching Travel and Tourism English to EFL/ESL students. It's also an unconventional approach to tourism itself—hence the name Paradigmaclast. Most vacations are what I call "glass bubble tourism." I'm encouraging "full contact tourism," both for more fulfilling vacations and for a better world. Making the videos look like the work of a faraway company rather than a local teacher is part of that new paradigm in teaching. After all, people are more willing to listen to an expert than to someone who lives and works among them. As Will Rogers said, "An expert is a man 50 miles from home with a briefcase." Further, by this means, I hope to get more honest feedback from the students. As for the teaching approach using humor and surprise, I learned many years ago, people are more likely to learn and remember a lesson if it's funny, unusual, or in some other way striking. I hope I've succeeded in making these lessons entertaining, unusual, and useful.
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transport in tourism essay
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transport in tourism essay

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Using video to promote sustainable transport and tourism
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Using video to promote sustainable transport and tourism

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Produced by the Greentraveller Media Group.
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Transport as a Component of Tourism
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Transport as a Component of Tourism

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Importance of tourism transport.
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Importance of tourism transport.

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Subject: B.A. Tourism Course Name: Tourism Transport Keyword: Swayamprabha
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Transport in Venice, Italy - Tourism in Venice
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Transport in Venice, Italy - Tourism in Venice

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World Travel https://www.youtube.com/user/World1Tube Venice, Italy Travel Guide http://bit.ly/18hNZuE Public transport in Venice The best ways to get around Venice are on foot or by water buses (vaporetti) which are operated by the local authority Azienda Consorziale Transporti Venezia (tel: (041) 2424; www.actv.it). The vaporetti have set routes around Venice so your journey is dictated by their routes and sailing times. There are four bridges across the Grand Canal: the oldest and most famous, Ponte di Rialto; Ponte dell'Accademia; Ponte degli Scalzi and the newest addition, opened in 2008, is Ponte della Costituzione which connects the Santa Lucia train station with the bus station at Piazzale Roma. An alternative way to cross the Grand Canal is by traghetto (a public gondola). Crossings are cheap and short and there are numerous traghetto points along the canal. Gondolas are a traditional form of transport, although they are usually reserved for sightseeing purposes and are expensive. They can be hired at one of the stands located in Rialto, Piazzale Roma, and San Marco, as well as one of the occasional 'unofficial' stops dotted along the smaller canals. ================= Venice - Italy Attractions, Tourism, Vacation and Travel Guide Things to see in Venice Tourist information: Palazzetto Carmagnani -- San Marco 2637 30124 Venezia Opening hours: Daily 0900-1900. Other tourist offices are located at Marco Polo airport, Piazzale Roma, Santa Lucia train station, the Giardini, and on the Lido, at Viale Santa Maria Elisabetta. Passes: The Venice Card is available in 12-hour, 48-hour and week-long packages. It offers free public transport, entry to museums and galleries and discounts on selected parking, excursions and shops. The card is available from the airport, railway stations, tourist information offices and online. The Chorus Pass includes entry to 16 of Venice's churches, including the spectacular Basilica of Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari and the church of Santa Maria Formosa. The pass is valid for one year and is available for purchase online, at the tourist office and from participating churches. The Museum Pass allows entry to 10 civic museums, including the Doge's Palace. The ticket is valid for six months and allows a single admission to each museum. Basilica dei Frari (Church of Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari) The glorious gothic Church of Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari, constructed around 1330, is primarily associated with the name of Titian, Venice's painter son who is buried here, alongside the city's celebrated sculptor, Antonio Canova. Titian made his reputation and crowned his early years by painting the huge altar piece, The Assumption of the Virgin, for the Franciscan brothers of the Frari in 1518. Titian also executed the painting over the Pesaro family altar in the north aisle. The inclusion of the flag and Turk in the painting alludes to Bishop Pesaro's victory over the Turks at Santa Maura. Titian's tomb, located in the south aisle, faces the large marble pyramid created for Canova, depicting St Mark's lion paying homage to the dead sculptor. Ironically, the design, executed by Canova's pupils, was based on Canova's own plans for a new monument to Titian. Opening Times: Mon-Sat 0900-1800, Sun 1300-1800. Admission Fees: Yes Disabled Access: Yes Unesco: Yes Address: San Polo 3072, Venice, Italy Basilica di San Marco (St Mark's Basilica) The golden Byzantine St Mark's Basilica was founded in the ninth century as a shrine for the relics of St Mark. Built on a plan of a Greek cross, its Eastern appearance is enhanced by golden mosaics, originally created by craftsmen from the Byzantine court at Ravenna. The interior houses many of Venice's greatest treasures, including the venerated icon of the Madonna Nicopeia. The golden screen behind the high altar - the crypt in which St Mark is supposed to be buried - is the Pala d'Oro, beautifully crafted with sapphires, emeralds and rubies and inset with enamels from Constantinople. Before leaving St Mark's, visitors should pause to admire the 12th-century pavement, a resplendent mosaic of glass and marble. It is possible to book online to avoid the long queues at www.venetoinside.com Opening Times: Mon-Sat 0945-1700, Sun 1400-1700 (Apr-Oct); Mon-Sat 0945-1700, Sun 1400-1600 (Nov-Mar). Admission Fees: Yes Disabled Access: Yes Unesco: Yes Address: Piazza San Marco, Venice, Italy ==================== Venice, Italy Travel Guide, Tourism, Vacation and Attractions,Venice Tours,Venice Attractions,Venice Hotels,Venice Restaurants,Venice Shopping,Venice Transport,Venice Museums,Venice history
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Tourism in Mallorca by public transport
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Tourism in Mallorca by public transport

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TIB Public transport promotional video sponsored by the Mallorca Transports Consortium supported by the European project SEEMORE. The video aims to show TIB public transport (bus, train and metro) as a mean of access to the main attractions of Mallorca.
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Many Forms Of China Tourist Transportation
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Many Forms Of China Tourist Transportation

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China tourist transportation has largely improved due to increased demand. It should since it is estimated that by the year 2020 it might be the largest tourist country. According to total travel spending the growth rate is very high as by the year two thousand and nine the tourism revenue hit one hundred and eighty five billion US dollars. The industry is not retrogressing in any way. For more information on China Tourist travel please visit this blog post - http://chinamegatravel.com/many-forms-of-china-tourist-transportation/
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Features of passenger transport for travel and tourism
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Features of passenger transport for travel and tourism

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This is a video version of my PowerPoint presentation about the features of travel and toursm. The video covers - Cost, Levels of Service, Accessibility and Comfort and Convenience. This video was made for Unit 16 - Passenger Transport for Travel & Tourism
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The role of transport in sustainable tourism growth Full Session
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The role of transport in sustainable tourism growth Full Session

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The role of transport in sustainable tourism growth Full Session recorded during the International Transport Forum 2015 Summit on "Transport, Trade and Tourism" in Leipzig, Germany 27-29 May 2015.
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The Role of Accessible Transport in Fostering Tourism for All
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The Role of Accessible Transport in Fostering Tourism for All

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Presentation by Marcus Rebstock, Institut Verkehr und Raum, at the ITF Roundtable on "The Economic Benefits of Improved Accessibility to Transport Systems" held on 3-4 March 2016 in Paris, France.
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Why is the government so eager to promote waterway transportation?
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Why is the government so eager to promote waterway transportation?

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India has about 7,500 kms of coastline with a potential 14,500 km of navigable waterways. Apart from this, 116 rivers across the country provide 35,000 km of navigable transport ways. And yet waterways transport is one of the most neglected areas in India’s transportation sector. There is hardly any waterway transport corridor worthy of mention. Movement of goods through waterways constitutes only 3.5% of the total goods movement in India. Compare this to 47% in China, 40% in Europe, 44% in Japan and Korea and 35% in Bangladesh. To fix this situation parliament has recently passed the National Waterways Bill which declared 111 rivers as National Waterways. The union government is now trying to find innovative ways to raise around Rs 70,000 crores to develop these stretches. Why is the government so eager to promote waterway transportation? First, transportation by waterways is significantly cheaper. Transporting bulk cargo by waterways would be 1/4th the cost of moving the same cargo by rail on a per kilometre basis. Second, waterways are more fuel efficient. One litre of fuel can move 105 tonne per km by inland waterways but only 85 tonne per km by rail and 24 tonne per km by road. Third, because waterways are more fuel efficient they are also very environmentally friendly. Lesser fuel consumed equals lesser toxic gases emitted into the atmosphere. Fourth, there is tremendous potential for tourism, water sports and fisheries development. The benefits are immense. Overall, logistics costs as a percentage of the national GDP is one of the highest in India. It now stands at 18%, whereas this is less than 10% in China and Europe. By fixing and aggressively promoting waterways the government is hoping to lower logistics costs and provide a massive impetus to the economy For now, all we can say is Godspeed, Mr Gadkari.
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Berlin tips for tourists
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Berlin tips for tourists

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A few tips for those planning on visiting Berlin: sightseeing on the cheap, public transport and personal safety. More information about the tickets I mention in the video: http://www.berlin-welcomecard.de/ http://www.citytourcard.com/ Music: "Hot Swing" by Kevin MacLeod http://incompetech.com --------- Send letters and postcards to: Rewboss Postfach 10 06 29 63704 Aschaffenburg Germany Please don't send parcels or packages, or anything that has to be signed for. --------- My website: http://www.rewboss.com/ My blog: http://rewboss.blogspot.com/ My Twitter feed: http://www.twitter.com/rewboss My Google+ page: https://google.com/+rewboss
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Open Data for Stimulation of SME Businesses in Agriculture, Transport, Tourism and Environment
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Open Data for Stimulation of SME Businesses in Agriculture, Transport, Tourism and Environment

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Foodie Project Introduction 3:13 Sdi4apps 23:05 Open Transport Net 44:44 Cloud‐based Sdi 1:24:34
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Cairo Transport - Egypt Travel Guide, Tourism and Vacation
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Cairo Transport - Egypt Travel Guide, Tourism and Vacation

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World Travel https://www.youtube.com/user/World1Tube Cairo - Egypt Travel Guide http://bit.ly/1gcTosP Cairo Transport - Egypt Travel Guide, Tourism and Vacation Cairo travel guide, Cairo Attractions, Cairo Hotels,Cairo Restaurants,Tourism in Egypt, Vacation Egypt, Giza, Pyramids, Cairo Museum From the Pyramids of Giza and traders' banter at Khan al-Khalili bazaar to sailing on the Nile, it's no surprise that Cairo is dubbed the Mother of All Cities by Egyptians. Egypt's capital, and Africa's largest city, boasts attractions of biblical proportions -- literally. Giza's Sphinx and pyramids are iconic as to be beyond description. Add to this the astonishing gold of Tutankhamun buried in the dusty corridors of the Cairo Museum, the Islamic treasures of bejewelled mosques, labyrinthine medieval alleyways lined with tempting spices and colourful textiles and the daily shrill calls to prayer rising above the cacophony of car horns and crowded streets. Escape from the city's bustle by ordering a mint tea in a traditional ahwa (coffeehouse) or taking a felucca ride on the river Nile, Cairo's lifeblood and Africa's most significant waterway. ============================== Cairo History Cairo has been ruled by Persians, Pharaohs, Romans, Arabian caliphs, British colonials and more, and nurtured the establishment of the Jewish, Christian and Islamic religions. Not surprisingly, for today's visitor, the beauty is seeing those centuries unfold in layers, often juxtaposed into modern-day living. The original ancient city was actually Memphis, now 24km (15 miles) southwest of Cairo, founded in 2,000 BC and ruled by King Menes who united Upper and Lower Egypt. Fustat, as 'modern-day' Cairo was known, was founded some 3,000 years later and was one of the world's greatest, and largest cities and home to Egypt's first mosque. There embarked a period of huge construction of some of the city's most prominent landmarks. The Fatimids established the Al-Azhar mosque (one of the world's oldest Islamic universities) located in Islamic Cairo, the medieval quarter also home to the sprawling market streets of Khan el-Khalili. Once the Mamaluk Sultanate was captured by the Ottoman Empire, they shifted most of the trading back to Constantinople and Cairo became little more than a provincial town. The mkedieval curse, the Black Death, struck the city countless times reducing the population by hundreds of thousands. Cairo's place on the spice route was all but diminished. The Ottomans were soon unseated by Napoleonic troops who occupied Cairo in the late 18th century, later falling to British troops. Muhammad Ali Pasha was considered to be the founder of modern Egypt, with social and economic reforms and huge construction in the early 19th century. His grandson Ismail Pasha continued that modernization process, inspired by the broad boulevards of Paris, and his legacy can still be seen around today's Downtown Cairo. Debt let to British occupation lasting well into the 20th century, but huge demonstrations led to Egypt's independence declared in 1922 and Sultan Ahmad Fuad became King Fuad I. His son King Farouk I later married Queen Farida Zulficar. Since World War II, Cairo's development has been intense, its huge and fast-growing population leading to its current status as the largest city in Africa and the Muslim world. ====================== Weather in Cairo Best time to visit: Spring (Mar-Apr) and autumn (mid Sep-Oct) are most comfortable, when daytime temperatures reach 30 degrees Celsius (86 degrees Fahrenheit). Sultry summer (Jun-Aug) reach the high 30s. For those who hate the heat, winter (Dec-Jan) December and January are pleasantly cool (20 deg C / 68 deg F). Ramadan shifts ten days back annually -- in 2011 will begin in early August. During the month, many eateries will close during daylight hours, and some bars close for the entire month, but the city is festooned in decorative lights with traditional music at nights in Islamic Cairo. During the major festivals of Eid ul fitr and Eid ul Adha, many locals travel so flights, trains and buses could well be booked up in advance. ================ Cairo Attractions, Restaurants in Cairo, Tourism, Egypt, The Moghul Room, Fish Market, Revolving Restaurant, Abou El Sid, Coffee Shop, Cairo travel guide, Cairo Attractions, Cairo Hotels,Cairo Restaurants,Tourism in Egypt, Vacation Egypt, Giza, Pyramids, Cairo Museum
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Simcity Tips for Tourism ► Part 2 ► Transportation Options
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Simcity Tips for Tourism ► Part 2 ► Transportation Options

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Make sure to Subscribe if you haven't already! This is part one in a mini series going over all the elements in a tourism city. Instead of doing one long boring video on everything, it's better to break it apart. Like my Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/asilksworld
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Space travel possible? Space transport, space tourism and space exploration - Compilation
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Space travel possible? Space transport, space tourism and space exploration - Compilation

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1. May 24, 2016 — Astronauts might one day sleep their way to Mars by spending much of the long, arduous journey in hypothermic hibernation chambers. 2. Oct 15, 2016 — In a recent opinion article on CNN.com, U.S. President Barack Obama stressed his goal of not only sending humans to Mars, but making it possible for extended stay by 2030. 3. Feb 25, 2016 — NASA scientist Philip Lubin is working on perfecting laser technology that could propel a light spacecraft to Mars in as little as three days. 4. Aug 20, 2015 — A new technology with the potential to change how spacecrafts enter orbit has recently been patented in both the UK and the US. 5. Aug 26, 2015 — A NASA-funded study written by aerospace engineering company SpaceWorks says that keeping astronauts unconscious during long flights in space cuts down on the equipment and resources needed on the shuttle, and also eliminates the negative psychological effects of long hauls in space. ----------------------------------------­--------------------- Go to https://www.patreon.com/tomonews and become a Patron now TomoNews is now on Patreon and we've got some cool perks for our hardcore fans. TomoNews is your best source for real news. We cover the funniest, craziest and most talked-about stories on the internet. Our tone is irreverent and unapologetic. If you’re laughing, we’re laughing. If you’re outraged, we’re outraged. We tell it like it is. And because we can animate stories, TomoNews brings you news like you’ve never seen before. Visit our official website for all the latest, uncensored videos: http://us.tomonews.com Check out our Android app: http://bit.ly/1rddhCj Check out our iOS app: http://bit.ly/1gO3z1f Get top stories delivered to your inbox everyday: http://bit.ly/tomo-newsletter See a story that should be animated? Tell us about it! Suggest a story here: http://bit.ly/suggest-tomonews Stay connected with us here: Facebook http://www.facebook.com/TomoNewsUS Twitter @tomonewsus http://www.twitter.com/TomoNewsUS Google+ http://plus.google.com/+TomoNewsUS/ Instagram @tomonewsus http://instagram.com/tomonewsus -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Crying dog breaks the internet’s heart — but this sad dog story has a happy ending" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4prKTN9bYQc -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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Chapter 4 1  4 2 Railroad Transport for Tourism
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Chapter 4 1 4 2 Railroad Transport for Tourism

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The World's most beautiful road on the water | #Transport, #Tourism
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The World's most beautiful road on the water | #Transport, #Tourism

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China On the Move: "The Most Beautiful Road on the Planet Earth" Aug 25, 2015 The most beautiful road on the water. To avoid destroying forests, authorities in central China's Hubei Province have put most of a newly built road along rivers and gorges. The road bypasses the nearby mountains and many tourist sites and makes the trip a sight-seeing experience to behold. ***[Video Credit: China Central Television] [Tags: News, China, Hubei Province, Transport, Tourism, Politics, News, #Breaking, #News, #Politics, #WorldNews]
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Paris Guías Transport Tourism 2017
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Paris Guías Transport Tourism 2017

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The COMPLETE Bangkok Transport Guide 2018 (Co van Kessel)
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The COMPLETE Bangkok Transport Guide 2018 (Co van Kessel)

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The COMPLETE Bangkok Transport Guide 2018 (Co van Kessel) In this video we will give a short summery of all the main transportation options in Bangkok. Including the Taxi, Tuk Tuk, BTS, MRT, Airport Rail Link and the Chao Phraya Express boat. If you want to move around like a local, use the public transportation. But when do you use which option? We are here to give you a better idea of the several options in Bangkok, Thailand. We did not include all options in Bangkok, but only the main ones used by tourists. * Looking for an authentic and unique adventure? Co van Kessel bike tours and boat tours provides a refreshing alternative to the tired tourist experience. We do not battle the crowds at clichéd destinations promoted in guide books, but turn your attention to quaint local communities and charming excursions into the fascinating lifestyle and culture of real Thai people. Every day is different and every tour is a surprise as we focus not on destinations, but lose ourselves in the enchantment of the journey itself. Co van Kessel, an innovative and adventurous Dutchman, pioneered bicycle tours in Bangkok more than 30 years ago. As a longtime resident and self-professed lover of Bangkok, he understood very well the picture of accelerated urban development (gridlocked traffic, concrete towers, and choking pollution) that has plagued the recent image of the city. He also had a hunch that this was not what Bangkok or Thailand was all about. Making it his goal to re-discover Bangkok, Co spent thousands of hours on his mountain bike exploring the vast network of local streets, alleyways, footpaths and canals between the main urban thoroughfares. What he found, lurking behind the facade of modernization, were hidden worlds of peace and tranquility, a picture of “real” Thai life that has remained unchanged for countless decades; an identity of a city that is true to the Thai people, yet largely unknown to outsiders. Whether it’s the colorful sights and smells of the local markets, the fascinating life of locals along the canals, or the surprising existence of bountiful green belts, Co discovered the essence of what makes Bangkok one of Asia’s most captivating cities. Since then, it has been his mission to share these discoveries with the rest of the world. What we do Our mission at Co van Kessel Bangkok Tours is to provide our guests with a singularly unique travel experience in Thailand. All our tours use Co’s extensive topographical knowledge of the greater Bangkok area as well as his keen eye for the interesting to take you where nobody else can or will. We aim not to bore you with talk, but to immerse you in an experience where your individual fascinations emerge. Bicycles, boats, and our feet become the tools we use to gain access to the previously inaccessible, behind-the-scenes lifestyle of the Thai. Here the roots of an ancient culture will become evident in a way you never could have imagined. Join us on Social Media https://www.facebook.com/covankessel https://www.tripadvisor.com/Attractio... https://www.instagram.com/covankessel/ https://twitter.com/covankessel
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Cairo/ Giza: Local transport | Hotels | offline Maps | Tourist Hassles in Egypt (2018)
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Cairo/ Giza: Local transport | Hotels | offline Maps | Tourist Hassles in Egypt (2018)

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http://bit.ly/subscribeMT After arriving from Alexandria, I took a bus to Giza Pyramids from a bus terminal inside the city of Giza. Thanks to the helpful people who guided me to the bus terminal. In the initial part of the video, you will see the mad traffic of Giza; you'll get a glimpse local transportation in Egypt. The bus I took to my hotel in Giza is called minibus. I have shared information about the Minibus fare in Cairo and Giza. The person sitting beside me also helped me to understand the mobile service providers in Egypt. So there is a mention of the best mobile network in Egypt. The video will also show you the hotel rating scam which I went through. The people, in general, are helpful, but there were few incidents which lead to tourist's harassments. Such events make a tourist feel unsafe in Egypt. In the latter part of the video, you'll find hotels near Giza Pyramids. I stayed in one of them. I got a good view of the pyramids from its rooftop. How to get Egypt's Visa - touristhelpline.com/egypt-visa-indians/ If you have any other query feel free to ask at - www.facebook.com/groups/touristhelpline (It may not be possible for me to answer every question here, but other group members, travellers, and travel experts can help you) Other travel series - # THAILAND playlist - http://bit.ly/MTthailand2017 # EUROPE Playlist - http://bit.ly/MTeurope2016 # BANGLADESH playlist - http://bit.ly/MTbangladesh2015 # SPITI (India) playlist - http://bit.ly/MTspiti2017 # MALAYSIA playlist - http://bit.ly/MTmalaysia2017 # RUSSIA playlist - http://bit.ly/MTrussia2017 # BALI playlist - http://bit.ly/MTbali2017 # MIZORAM playlist - http://bit.ly/MTmizoram2017 PLEASE SHARE THE VIDEOS AND LET OTHERS GET INFORMED ABOUT THIS CHANNEL Achaidh Cheide - Celtic by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution licence (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100340 Artist: http://incompetech.com/ My blog: www.touristhelpline.com INSTAGRAM.com/touristhelpline FACEBOOK.com/page.touristhelpline TWITTER.com/touristhelpline THINGS I USE WHILE TRAVELLING Camera 1: https://goo.gl/hhx1fy Camera 2: http://amzn.to/2gHOIRU Gimbal: http://amzn.to/2B9cSPW Monopod: http://amzn.to/2zUY42W phone: http://amzn.to/2fzxeFn For Video editing: http://amzn.to/2oCWOQa Rucksack - http://amzn.to/2jiCpha
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