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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Tuesday, May 23, 2017


From onions to corn, the local bounty inspires outdoor fun in Orange County, N.Y.

The days are getting shorter, and the air is getting crisper. Both are signs that it’s festival season in the Hudson Valley. There’s no better way to enjoy the perfect weather and scenery than by heading to one of these family friendly outdoor events. From live music and craft vendors to local produce and petting zoos, each festival offers a unique atmosphere and schedule of events.

“Harvest festivals surrounded by beautiful autumn leaves appeal to all ages,” said Orange

County Tourism Director Susan Hawvermale. “The taste of cider, fields filled with bright

orange pumpkins, hayrides, and corn mazes are all part of the fun fall experience.”

Imagine the excitement in 1957 when the American company Acoustiguide introduced a reel-to-reel taped audio tour of Hyde Park, home of President Franklin D. Roosevelt, narrated by his widow, Eleanor.

Acquired by Israel’s Espro Information Technologies in 2005, the multinational Acoustiguide designs cutting-edge digital content for museums, heritage sites and tourism venues across the globe.

The Smithsonian Museums in Washington, the Tower of London, the Picasso Museum in Barcelona

With the Napa Valley wine harvest underway, now is the time to plan your next trip to California’s premier wine destination and book a stay at one of these stylish boutique hotels

When it comes to jaw-dropping scenery, California’s wine country is hard to beat. And the impending “Cabernet season” in Napa and Sonoma—after the harvest madness has died down—is arguably the most relaxing time to visit: The weather is still warm, you can snag reservations at the region’s galaxy of

The Jerusalem Municipality has been promoting a unique initiative to build a cable car that would connect the city’s western neighborhoods with the Old City and Mount of Olives in its east. While the city intends for the project to serve its residents as well as the many tourists who visit Jerusalem and its various holy sites, the project has become a topic of public debate following claims that the plan is also the result of political motives.

The plan, which has not yet been approved by the

The Israel Tourism Ministry is looking to break into the Asian market, with the launch of its first major TV advertising campaign in India to promote incoming tourism to Israel. According to the Israel Tourism Ministry, India is one of the major emerging markets for incoming tourism to Israel.

“The experiential campaign that we have launched in India has been adapted to the particular characteristics and tastes of the Indian market,” elaborated Israeli Tourism Minister Yariv Levin, who