C&IT's top five destinations in the spotlight in 2011

C&IT has picked out the top five destinations in the C&I spotlight in 2011, from Kyoto to Quito...

C&IT's top five destinations in the spotlight in 2011
C&IT's top five destinations in the spotlight in 2011

Kyoto

Japan’s ancient capital is introducing new C&I options to bring a modern twist to its culture-rich setting.

 

Zambia

Livingstone's proximity to Victoria Falls and the Zambezi river makes it an attractive destination for incentives, while the area provides facilities for smaller meetings.

 

Georgia

This year marks 20 years of independence for the trio of small countries that make up the Caucasus region - Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan - and all three have growing status in business travel circles.

 

Baltimore

The eyes of the C&I industry were on the east coast US city in June, as it played host to the first AIBTM event.

 

Quito

The Ecuadorian capital has gained a wealth of cultural accolades, from being one of the first cities to be declared a Unesco World Heritage Site to more recently earning the title of Latin American Capital of Culture 2011.

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