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  • Ten things you need to know about driving in Europe

    Things to know about driving in EuropeDriving through Europe is a pretty easy task in itself but problems may arise if you're not aware of the rules and regulations of the country you're travelling in. What's perfectly acceptable in Britain may be worthy of a fine elsewhere, and the last thing you'll want is a run-in with the police while you're enjoying a rare trip away. continue reading >>

    Posted on March 31,2014 by Richard Towey
  • The best Easter breaks for families

    The best Easter breaks for familiesEaster is an ideal time for families to get out on holiday. Spring has truly sprung, the children are off on a two-week break and the overseas sun spots aren't as breathtakingly hot as they sometimes can be in the middle of summer. With this in mind, many families book themselves a getaway for the Easter break, making the most of the vast array of options on offer. continue reading >>

    Posted on March 24,2014 by David Howells
  • How to save money on your family holiday

    How to save money on your family holidayWhen it comes to recounting your fondest memories as a child, one particular event should always spring to mind - the annual family holiday. It's not a given - parents are under no legal obligation to pay for themselves and their children to go on holiday. Yet they're fully aware that when it comes to creating memories and special occasions, holidays provide the perfect backdrop.... continue reading >>

    Posted on February 19,2014 by Richard Towey
  • What do you need to know before visiting America for the first time?

    Need to know before visting AmericaWhether you're into relaxing beaches, vibrant cities, quirky towns or miles upon miles of untamed, untouched wilderness, America really does have it all. No fewer than 50 states are packed into this amazing country and even if you don't get around them all, there's bound to be a few that take your fancy.... continue reading >>

    Posted on February 10,2014 by Richard Towey
  • Where to spot the Northern Lights

    Where to spot the Northern LightsThe Northern Lights - the Aurora Borealis - is one of those incredible sights that has made it onto many people's 'bucket lists' as something they want to experience before shuffling off this mortal coil. It's little wonder; this natural phenomenon is shrouded in legend, revered and feared by our ancestors, yet is always breath-taking as the green, red and purple magnetically-charged particles dance across the sky in undulating ribbons.... continue reading >>

    Posted on February 04,2014 by Elizabeth Smythe
  • Guide to Lapland

    Guide to LaplandLapland is an intriguing area in the Arctic Circle, which covers the northern-most reaches of Finland, Norway and Sweden. When you think of Lapland, usually images of snow, reindeer and Father Christmas spring to mind; after all, isn't that where the big man lives?.... continue reading >>

    Posted on December 16,2013 by Elizabeth Smythe
  • City guide to New York in the winter

    City guide to New York in the winterTurn on any Christmas film and invariably, you'll be transported to New York- a city which is apparently the Christmas capital of the world if Hollywood is to be believed. That said, New York really knows how to 'do' the festive season and millions of visitors flood to the city that never sleeps in the run up to 25 December.... continue reading >>

    Posted on December 16,2013 by Elizabeth Smythe
  • City guide to Berlin

    City guide to BerlinWhen people think of Berlin, they immediately think of the Berlin wall and the city's deserved place in the history books. The truth is that modern-day Berlin is extremely diverse and offers something for every traveller.... continue reading >>

    Posted on November 29,2013 by Richard Towey
  • City guide to Paris

    City guide to ParisAh, Paris! The global capital of romance - host of the most-visited paid monument in the world, a place where it's almost impossible to not become completely immersed in a world of art and culture... For this is the city of fine tastes.... continue reading >>

    Posted on November 26,2013 by Richard Towey
  • City guide to Edinburgh

    City guide to EdinburghScotland's capital city remains a perennial favourite, attracting visitors not only from the UK and Europe, but from throughout the world. It's no wonder; Edinburgh encompasses historical splendour with a vibrant modernity, combined with exciting attractions, beautiful landscape, haste cuisine and the friendliest people on earth.... continue reading >>

    Posted on November 26,2013 by Elizabeth Smythe
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