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  • Top 10 Lake and Mountainside Holiday Destinations

    Top 10 Lake and Mountainside Holiday Destinations

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    5 June 2017

    There's nothing better than a room with a view, and what better view than some of the world's greatest natural features? Lakes and mountains are some of the most popular natural wonders, offering a peaceful escape and unforgettable landscape views, which is why many holidays incorporate mountain vistas and lakeside stays. For a scenic escape, check out our Top 10 destinations for lakes and mountains.

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  • Top 10 European City Breaks

    Top 10 European City Breaks

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    30 May 2017

    Summer is nearly upon us and, of course, the idea of a nice city break becomes all the more enticing. What better way to melt your worries away than to lose yourself in the warm climes and immersive culture of a European city? Here, and in no particular order, are laid out some of the Top 10 city breaks that can be found in Europe.

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  • Your Guide to Buying Holiday Souvenirs

    Your Guide to Buying Holiday Souvenirs

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    12 May 2017

    We all love to keep a little something to remind us of the adventures we take abroad, but sometimes it’s hard to choose the right souvenir to summarise your time away – especially if your destination is particularly new to you. To help you find the perfect gift for your friends and family, or just a keepsake for yourself, follow our handy guide to souvenir buying.

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  • Top 10 Tips for Animal-Spotting Holidays

    Top 10 Tips for Animal-Spotting Holidays

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    3 May 2017

    Spotting animals in their natural habitats is an often charming, occasionally frustrating pastime. With great rewards to those who think ahead, it’s worth being prepared if you’re looking to see creatures in the wild. If you’re planning a safari, a wildlife scout abroad, or even just a bird-watching bank holiday, our top 10 tips are designed to help you make the most of your animal-spotting trip.

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  • Tips for fearful flyers

    Tips for fearful flyers

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    26 April 2017

    Going on holiday is something most people look forward to well in advance of actually departing, but many of us also think ‘if only I could just be there, without all the travelling’, there are plenty of people though who’s dread of the trip itself can really dampen any pre-holiday excitement.

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  • Top 5 Reasons to Visit China

    Top 5 Reasons to Visit China

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    25 April 2017

    Visitors flock to China to explore its multitude of attractions, and to experience an entirely different outlook on life, that stands in stark contrast to the typical western worldview.

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  • Why Visit America - Destination Specialist Interview

    Why Visit America - Destination Specialist Interview

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    6 April 2017

    With hundreds of holidays to choose from, and seemingly endless destinations, sometimes a little insider info can go a long way in helping shape your decision. That’s why we’ve turned to our in-house experts for their advice on their favourite destinations, to help you think about your next holiday.

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  • Hints and Tips on Travel Photography

    Hints and Tips on Travel Photography

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    31 March 2017

    Going on holiday is all about making memories, and one of the best ways to preserve those precious moments, as well as being able to share them with friends and family, is by capturing a split-second of it on film.

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  • Norway’s Atlantic Road

    Norway’s Atlantic Road

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    28 March 2017

    If you never thought something as everyday as a road could be in possession of a duel personality, you’ve obviously never driven Norway’s Atlantic Road, a serene expressway snaking through the great expanse of the Atlantic Ocean - serene for a part of the year anyway.

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  • Top 5 places to see the Northern Lights

    Top 5 places to see the Northern Lights

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    22 March 2017

    Seeing the Northern Lights up close and personal, as it were, features on many people’s travel wish list, but their temperamental nature can leave you feeling disappointed if they don’t put in a much-awaited for appearance.

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  • Russian bread salt & welcome ceremony

    Russian bread salt & welcome ceremony

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    1 March 2017

    It’s often said that nothing captures the spirit of the Russian people more than their traditions, many stretching back generation after generation, and while certain politicians may not demonstrate it as much as they perhaps should, it’s also a nation proud of the hospitality it extends to visitors; both diplomats and tourists alike.

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