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Ten Beautiful Mediterranean Islands to Visit This Summer

(0) Comments | Posted 25 June 2015 | (11:17)

Summer is now officially upon us, and UK travellers will no doubt be keeping an eye open for potential holiday destinations. The Mediterranean has a vast array of islands, each offering their own distinct and unique mix of sun, sea, sand and culture. Searches for these destinations, which span several...

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10 Up-And-Coming Destinations for Summer 2015

(0) Comments | Posted 24 March 2015 | (16:08)

With summer fast approaching and UK travellers beginning to research their holidays, these ten up-and-coming destinations from around the world offer some exciting alternatives to the classic beach resorts. With the largest increase in searches during 2014 compared to 2013, these destinations are on the rise and best visited this...

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Five Amazing Tours to Feel Like a Tourist in the UK

(0) Comments | Posted 17 March 2015 | (17:57)

It doesn't take much to get a new perspective on a city and whether you know it like the back of your hand or are just visiting for a few days, an inspirational tour could help you see somewhere in a whole new light. Increasingly popular among tourists around the...

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Nine Overwater Bungalows to Escape Your Winter Blues

(0) Comments | Posted 30 January 2015 | (10:09)

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Source: Intercontinental Bora Bora Resort and Thalasso Spa

January and February are notorious for being the most depressing months of the calendar. In order to escape your winter blues, why not lust over a holiday in an exotic location? These luxurious overwater...

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Top Seven Amazing Hotels to Continue Your Jungle Fever

(0) Comments | Posted 5 December 2014 | (16:29)

...and not a bushtucker trial in sight.

This year's series of I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! has been one of the most turbulent ever. Besides the usual celebrity feuds and bikini bodies, we've enjoyed Nadia Forde's former unknown status, flirting from self-proclaimed 'cougar' Edwina Currie and of...

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Nine Totally Unique Christmas Markets in Europe

(0) Comments | Posted 4 December 2014 | (23:00)

As Christmas approaches, cities across Europe transform themselves into winter wonderlands - converting town squares and open spaces into traditional alpine villages serving up Glühwein and arts and crafts.

But not all Christmas markets are alike - and to help you find the most exciting and unusual ones on offer,...

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Ten Best Value Destinations for 2015

(1) Comments | Posted 25 November 2014 | (23:00)

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Looking for some travel inspiration for 2015? These destinations combine hotel price information with reviews and ratings to compile a list where hotels are both cheap AND popular. From Peru to China, the lesser-known towns and cities offer travellers something different for the...

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Five Tours to See London Like Never Before

(0) Comments | Posted 17 November 2014 | (12:30)

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Source: Walk.Eat.Talk.Eat.

Big Ben. Buckingham Palace. The London Eye: our iconic capital is one of the most recognisable cities in the world. But the city still has hidden corners and secrets stowed away, which an increasing number of tour guides want to...

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Top 10 #Hotels for Social Media Influencers

(0) Comments | Posted 21 October 2014 | (10:17)

Social media is an undeniable part of travel. From reading blog reviews of where to stay, to getting that all important Snapchat at the beach, many of us will continue to check in to our social networks throughout our holiday - and hotels are taking note.

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Can You Guess Where These Cities Are?

(0) Comments | Posted 9 October 2014 | (16:14)

Every traveller has an idea in their mind of what to expect in a country - whether it's onion-domed churches in Russia or fairy tale timber-framed houses in Germany. But sometimes we can't rely on these travel instincts.

Thanks to colonisation, shifting borders and copy-cat towns built for tourism, it...

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Six Luxurious Scottish Golf Hotels

(0) Comments | Posted 29 September 2014 | (12:15)

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Source: Fairmont St Andrews

Last week the acclaimed Ryder Cup golf competition came home to Gleneagles Hotel, host of the first ever international golf match between Great Britain and the USA in 1921. In honour of the occasion, we have selected six...

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Eight Places to Stay In Malta

(0) Comments | Posted 25 September 2014 | (13:29)

The island of Malta was under the spotlight this week, as it celebrated its 50th anniversary of independence and welcomed Prince William to mark the occasion. Although Kate was originally intended for the Royal Visit, her husband stepped in due to acute morning sickness. The Duke of Cambridge had a...

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Ten Affordable Luxury Destinations for Autumn

(4) Comments | Posted 19 September 2014 | (00:00)

Looking for an affordable yet luxurious hotel stay in Europe this autumn? Based on the prices of four and five star hotels, these 10 destinations offer excellent value for money and won't break the bank. Ranging from the mountains of Andorra to the shores of the Albanian Riviera, these hidden...

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Top Fictional Hotels From TV, Film and Literature

(0) Comments | Posted 8 September 2014 | (16:29)

This week sees the release of the most hotly-anticipated book for years: The Monogram Murders by Sophie Hannah. The new novel is the first to feature world-renowned Belgian sleuth Hercule Poirot since the death of original creator Agatha Christie.

Little is known about the upcoming novel apart from its...

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Cool Britannia: The Best of British History in Nine Museums

(11) Comments | Posted 4 September 2014 | (16:09)

The UK is well-known for its amazing museums. Drawing in over 92 million visitors a year, they are popular among tourists and Brits alike.

Documenting virtually any period of British or world history, the UK's variety of museums reflects the diversity of British history - from the influence of the...

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10 Best Value Destinations From Around the World

(9) Comments | Posted 29 August 2014 | (00:00)

Want to travel to the corners of the world without breaking the bank? These 10 destinations might be just the ticket. Selected due to their value for money and favourable hotel reputation, these towns, cities and national parks will not disappoint.

From South America to China, via Morocco and Greece,...

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Eight Infinity Pools to Take You Far Away

(0) Comments | Posted 11 August 2014 | (11:31)

The concept of the infinity pool was said to have originated in France in the 1600s, but has become increasingly popular in recent years to be a hallmark of luxury, often found in exclusive hotels and resorts. The idea is to give swimmers an unobstructed view of the skyline or...

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10 Reasons Why Denmark Should Be the Next Country You Visit

(0) Comments | Posted 6 August 2014 | (00:00)

Chances are, you haven't been to Denmark. Often overshadowed by neighbouring Scandinavian giants Norway and Sweden, Denmark doesn't often feature on travellers' wishlists. But despite its modest size, Denmark is a country that packs a big punch.

Offering everything from dynamic cities to beautiful beaches, with generous helpings of...

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Seven Small Festivals in Europe You've Never Heard Of

(0) Comments | Posted 15 July 2014 | (13:22)

Music festivals have become a huge part of summer; festival fashion and designer wellies have become big business as hoards of music fans flock to the likes of Glastonbury, Creamfields and EXIT festival every year. But more and more festival-goers are ditching the crowds in favour of boutique events to...

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Beyond the Football Stadiums: Host Cities Uncovered

(0) Comments | Posted 11 July 2014 | (15:46)

Although England were kicked out disappointingly early, many of us have still been following the World Cup, which has dominated our television screens for the past month. While travel interest to Brazil increased by 387% during the past month, searches were only up by 6% outside the World Cup period....

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