Airbus says “It’s a gas”

Airbus has debuted three new concepts for the world’s first “zero-emission” commercial aircraft — and one or some might enter service during or before 2035, according to a press release published on Airbus’ website. Airbus debuted three new concepts for the first-ever “zero-emission” commercial aircraft and aims to press the future aircraft into service during or before 2035. The new concepts represent…

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Annie, Get Your Guide

Matouring is pleased to join up with travel experts GetYourGuide.  As the name implies, they specialise in finding ideal activities for you when travelling. Look for their offers and advertisements throughout the site. “We’re on a journey to transform ordinary trips into extraordinary ones. We are your guide, bringing you personal experiences. Wherever your travels take you, we’ll show you…

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Stay positive.

An American working in Thailand, Wesley Barnes, was arrested at his job and jailed over a defamation lawsuit filed by the owner of the Sea View Resort & Spa, Kah Change in response to a negative TripAdvisor review. The man posted a one star review in July and two months later he was picked up by Thai police. It was…

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Flying trains!

The Wuppertaler Schwebebahn (Wuppertal Suspension Railway) is a suspension railway in Wuppertal, Germany. Its original name is Einschienige Hängebahn System Eugen Langen. It is the oldest electric elevated railway with hanging cars in the world and is a unique system in Germany. Designed by Eugen Langen and offered first to the cities of Berlin, Breslau and Munich who all turned it down,[2] the installation with elevated stations was built in Barmen, Elberfeld and Vohwinkel between 1897 and 1903; the…

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Space is the place

By this point in 2020, I’m sure we’re all ready to just blast off this planet — or at least I am. Not to mention, after recent news broke that potential life has been detected on Venus, I wouldn’t mind poking around up there. I guess the main dilemma is that I wouldn’t really have anywhere to stay. Fortunately, travel booking…

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72 hours in Amsterdam is not enough!

With almost 20 million visitors per year, Amsterdam is a city people never get tired of, and rightly so. Despite being a compact metropolis, it has a lot of personality, with something new around every corner. We’re here to make sure you pack in all the good bits in a short amount of time, so you can make this first…

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Travel to Portugal in 15 seconds

Known as the “El Marco” bridge, it links the Spanish municipality of La Codosera with the Portuguese Arronches.  With beautiful, natural scenery, you might want to further explore La Codosera and its surroundings.   Funded by the European Union, the tiny wooden piece of infrastructure was built in the first decade of the 21st century by labourers from both the Spain…

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Save up to 15% on these Booking.com deals!

Do you need an escape at the moment? View, book and relax with at least a 15% discount on selected properties for stays until January 4 with an excellent offer. At the time of this writing, Canada has one of the lowest rates of Covid, so you can visit knowing that not only are the residents looking out for the…

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Look. ebookers!

Matouring.com is especially pleased to announce the addition of a new partner, ebookers.com We have a long history with ebookers.  A part of the Expedia Group, ebookers has offices throughout Europe, with intimate knowledge of their locales. “At ebookers we’re passionate about travel. We believe in more surprising, more extraordinary, more rewarding travel experiences. From the awe-inspiring Northern Lights of…

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Kenya believe it?

It’s the snow-capped mountain almost on the equator and within sight of harsh deserts. It’s the lush, palm-fringed coastline of the Indian Ocean, it’s the Great Rift Valley that once threatened to tear the continent asunder, and it’s the dense forests reminiscent of the continent’s heart. In short, Kenya is a country of epic landforms that stir our deepest longings…

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Oktober-rest

Munich may be without Oktoberfest — but it’s still a lot of fun Munich’s Oktoberfest was canceled this year due to the coronavirus. But the city has come up with alternative events that could also benefit tourists from abroad in the future.Christin spent the summer under palm trees, enjoying the feeling of sand between her toes — right in the…

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Welcome OMIO

We’re excited to welcome OMIO to our list of partners! Omio is Europe’s leading travel booking platform, offering a simple but effective tool that allows users to search and book trains, buses, and flights throughout Europe, the United States and Canada via web or app. OMIO simplify the travel planning process so that you can save time—and money! Check all…

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Get baked!

Are you already baked by just sitting inside?  Well, now is the time to start planning! Every week, we update our Deals pages.  From flights, to experiences, to fine dining, you can find rather attractive specials that may compel you to get off of the couch again.  

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Do you know Citizen M?

We’re super-happy to have partnered with posh and vibrant hotel group citizenM.  With up-to-date hotels all across the globe, you’ll be mightily impressed with their stylish offering. citizenM hotels are built for today’s modern savvy travellers, who don’t want to pay for what they don’t need. Instead, they want to stay in easily accessible locations in the world’s most buzzing…

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And, like magic . . .

How do you explain a food allergy in a language you can’t speak, read, or write? Google’s big news this week is the rollout of Interpreter Mode, a feature that lets you use the Google Assistant to translate everything you say in real time. It’s activated with the phrase “Hey Google, be my French translator,” or whatever language you need.…

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