Is Delhi the most polluted city on Earth? Not quite

Anew Traveller’s round-up of the top travel news, best stories, products, reviews and conversations from around the web this week, November 4 – 11 2017

  1. Is Delhi the most polluted city on Earth? Not quite

  2. There’s no such thing as fresh air in the Indian capital right now. Pollution in Delhi, which spikes during winter, hit almost 30 times the World Health Organisation's (WHO) safe limits this week, with the concentration of harmful PM 2.5 particles topping 700 micrograms per cubic metre (mpcm).
  3. The cats who rule Rome

  4. It’s well known that the Romans love their cats – so much so that they have designated the felines as a biocultural heritage of the city. But how much longer will this last?
  5. 10 airports with quick and easy access to the city

  6. When it comes to getting passengers to and from their flights, these 10 airports realized they needed more than good signage and moving walkways — they thought bigger. Each one has a transit solution that allows people to move back and forth with ease to a city they’ve travelled a long way to see.
  7. TripAdvisor Icon Will Identify Hotels Where Sexual Assault Occurred

  8. Responding to what one travel expert categorized as “a wake-up call,” TripAdvisor has begun placing symbols next to hotels and resorts that have been identified as locations of sexual assault and other major concerns. Based on news reports as well as comments from the TripAdvisor community, the warnings are designed to identify health, safety and discrimination issues in all of the website’s travel categories, said a company spokesman, Kevin Carter.

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