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PepsiCo's Indra Nooyi, leaves her CEO crown this fall

PepsiCo CEO and Chairman Indra Nooyi, among the world's most prominent female business leaders, will step down after 12 years leading the…

Stacey Cunningham makes history as NYSE's first female president

A woman who began her career as a floor clerk on the NYSE trading floor in 1996 will lead the 226-year-old organisation for…

Meg Whitman one of the most prominent female executives in the world

Margaret “Meg" Whitman is the CEO of NewTV, a Los Angeles media start-up founded by Jeffrey Katzenberg which plans to make…

Chew Gek Khim leads the Straits Trading Company bringing growth

Chew Gek Khim, is among the very few women in Singapore heading a public-listed company. She is executive chairman of The…

Gaia Gaja: The most influential Italian woman in the wine industry

Gaia Gaja is one of the most influential Italian women in the wine industry worldwide and co-Owner at Gaja Winery And Gaja…

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Transylvania is probably one of the most popular Romanian regions and for a good reason. There’s a little bit of something for everyone, be it that you’re interested in visiting amazing medieval sights,  find out more about local culture and traditions or going for a city break.

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Mongolia is also  known as the “Land of Blue Sky” because it has 260 days of sun a year. An adventure lover’s paradise, Mongolia offers pristine landscapes that extend as far as the eye can see, perfect for trekking mountains, horseback riding and searching for dinosaur fossils in the Gobi desert,  one of the largest deserts in the world.

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Valletta has many titles, all recalling its rich historical past. It is the "modern" city built by the Knights of St John; a masterpiece of the Baroque; a European Art City and a World Heritage City. Today, it is one of the most concentrated historic areas in the world.

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New York State provides a wealth of scenic towns and villages to visit. With rich histories and booming culture surrounded by pristine countryside for walkers, hikers and explorers, there’s something for everyone. For sure, there's no shortage of places to view the state's autumn splendour.   

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From seasonal sights and arts events to traditional festivals and tech expos, there is a lot happening in Tokyo from late September through to December – making the autumn months a great time to visit. Enjoy unforgettable visits to the city’s countless parks and botanical gardens. The maple trees turn from green to torii (a traditional Japanese gate) red in late November.  

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Autumn is a great time to explore Tuscany if you prefer to avoid the crowds and meet locals, giving yourself an authentic experience. September is the wine month, while October and November means olive harvest, truffle hunting and chestnuts.  

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Caused by the earth's magnetic field making contact with charged particles from the sun, the Northern Lights appear to streak across the night sky, creating luminous flashes of colour. The best time to see this  is between September and March. You'll need to be far north - Iceland, Arctic Scandinavia, Canada and the Yukon are all great places to try.


Transylvania, Romania: The Bran Castle still impresses through its surprising architectural elements


Mongolia, the “Land of the Eternal Blue Sky”: One of the most sparsely populated countries in the world


Malta: Valletta, the Fortress City, has been named a European City of Culture for 2018


Upstate New York: With much of fall foliage bursting with colour view the state's autumn splendour


Tokyo: The city feels even more exotic when the the leaves turn red, matching the red pagodas


Tuscany, Italy: In the incredible countryside you’ll find some of Tuscany’s best gems


Aurora Borealis: One of the most extraordinary natural phenomena on the planet