Comics are right at home in Brussels

Paper heroes are everywhere: bookshops, wall murals, exhibitions, art galleries, television, even Hollywood has fallen under their spell: on 21 October 2011 the world premiere of Steven Spielberg's cinema adaptation of Tintin took place in Brussels whilst the Smurfs, strengthened by their initial success, will be reappearing this summer. The Comics Festival was created in 2010 by the Brussels-Capital Region as the logical continuation of the comic strip themed year organised in Brussels in 2009. In 2013, Brussels is going to experience a highly colourful weekend from 5-8 September, with its now famous Comics Festival taking place in Place des Palais, but also a 3D projection mapping on the Place Royale, the Balloon’s Day Parade, the Tintin magazine, guided visits and comics exhibition...

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A passport to palace on wheels!

Rajasthan Tourism Development Corporation Limited (RTDC), have started a innovative experiment in the world-famous luxury train Palace on Wheels for tourists. A passport size diary has provided to the every travelling tourist in Place on Wheels. The diary included traveller's name and photo along with entire trip details (itinerary) are printed. The diary will be like a "memento’’ for the tourists who travelling in luxury train. This diary was designed like a passport. It is being planned to include menu and other useful stuff in this diary in future. Main purpose of this "passport" in Palace on Wheels is giving a special VVIP identity to the tourist. RTDC is also planning to implement this diary service in super deluxe train ‘ROYAL RAJASTHAN ON WHEELS’, which will be rolled on from...

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