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48 hours in London – How to Get The Best From Your Trip Featured Image

Yes, without a doubt, London is the largest city in England. But wait, that does not mean that you can’t explore it in under two days. If you don’t have enough time, you don’t need to be overwhelmed. You can make the most of the underground system or ‘Tubes’ to travel from one corner of […]

Cruise Port Pocket Guide Series: Copenhagen, Denmark

Colourfully traditional and seriously sophisticated, Copenhagen has that ‘wow’ factor you dream about, on an adventure abroad. The quaint, cobbled streets conjure fairy tales, while industrial-style bars, restaurants and buildings give it a trendy, modern edge. You’re in luck if Copenhagen is on your cruise itinerary and you want to see the sights independently of […]

Dubai: What You Need to Know

Posted by Lelo Patience Klaas on 24/07/2016
Dubai: What You Need to Know

Dubai is one of the most cosmopolitan cities in the world, with a large majority of the population made up of expats who have relocated from across the globe. We have put together this short guide to help you brush up on your general knowledge of Dubai and what the city has to offer travellers […]

Destination of the Week: Innsbruck

Posted by Nicole West on 03/12/2015
Destination of the Week: Innsbruck

If you want to be in the heart of Austria’s ski resorts this winter season, Innsbruck offers a splash of medieval history to the mountain setting. Blending old and new, the futuristic Hungerburg Funicular and the Bergisel Ski Jump join a huge student population to give the town a fresh, vibrant atmosphere. Whether you choose […]

Destination of the Week: Costa Brava

Posted by Nicole West on 25/11/2015
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Catalonia’s favourite playground, the Costa Brava, is justifiably at the top of the list for UK holiday-makers. The region combines quaint fishing villages, spectacular landscapes, unspoiled coves, sunny beaches and trendy clubs to create an ideal getaway destination. If you can tear yourself away from the ocean for a touch of culture and history, the countryside offers […]

Destination of the Week: Mykonos

Posted by Nicole West on 27/10/2015
Destination of the Week: Mykonos

Just saying Mykonos out loud is enough to put you in a party frame of mind. The glamourous Greek island, that’s sometimes described as the Ibiza of Greece, is famous for glorious Cyclades beaches, picturesque villages and a pumping night scene. It’s not all about fun in the sun though, so if you choose to […]

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In my foolish younger days, I planned to fly to LA, walk among the palm tree boulevards and cross my fingers – run into Josh Groban. He’s that goofy guy who swept everyone off their feet with his performance in Ally McBeal. Also, he has curly hair, so, can you blame me. Although I wouldn’t […]

Destination of the Week: Swiss Alps

Posted by Nicole West on 06/10/2015
Destination of the Week: Swiss Alps

Are you ready for your ski holiday this year? Switzerland’s ski resorts rank as some of the best in the world and the Alpine heart offers sheer valleys, impossibly picturesque country towns and high peaks with thunderous waterfalls. Then, there’s green meadows dotted with peacefully grazing cows, historic log cabins and the sound of bells […]

Destination of the Week: Santorini

Posted by Nicole West on 30/09/2015
Destination of the Week: Santorini

If we didn’t actually know it was a real destination, Santorini would be a mythical island designed for fairy-tales alone. Sitting in the middle of the sparkling Aegean, it’s best known for white-washed houses tumbling towards the sea, spectacular volcanic rocks and orange sunsets reflecting on soaring cliffs. Minoan sites, exquisite wineries, an artistic culture […]

Destination of the Week: Gibraltar

Posted by Nicole West on 23/09/2015
Destination of the Week: Gibraltar

Famous for ‘The Rock’, Gibraltar is a small tourist destination that’s packed full of history, culture, architecture, shops, restaurants and, perhaps most delightfully, a colony of Barbary macaques. With its busy cruise ship terminal, spectacular views of Morocco and Andalucía and preserved military fortifications, Gibraltar offers much more than fish and chip shops and British […]

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