Are you a curious holidaymaker that likes to click beyond travel agent websites, and find useful content on different destinations? If you are, then you need to visit the Airline Destinations blog. This is a travel blog that delivers on detail, both on different countries, and different types of holiday, such as skiing or adventure breaks. You can find out what to expect from destinations in . . . → Read More: Welcome
Located in the UNESCO designated Thingvellir National Park, less than an hours drive from the capital Reykjavík, Silfra Fissure is where the Eurasian and North American tectonic plates meet to form part of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge. The magical underwater world has three main caverns with depths ranging from 10 to 60 meters: Silfra Lagoon; Silfra Cathedral; and Silfra Hall, where the continental plates are so close . . . → Read More: Dive Silfra offering snorkelling and diving tours in Thingvellir Iceland
For many, recent images of The Duke & Duchess of Cambridge set against glorious backdrops such as the Taj Mahal and Tiger’s Nest cannot have failed to stir an interest in the Indian Sub-Continent – whether you have yet to experience its myriad delights or are keen to visit again. Specialist tour operator, Voyages Jules Verne, now adds to this travel temptation with the publication of . . . → Read More: Voyages Jules Verne offers range of Indian extensions with India & Beyond
Dublin’s unique landscape means that adventure is to be found only minutes from our vibrant city. Take a look at what only Dublin can offer…
You really can expect the unexpected on a day in Dublin. The River Liffey runs through the heart of the city, and kayaking is an alternative way to explore the city which provides ample opportunity to see its famous architecture and bridges . . . → Read More: Visit Dublin show a side of Dublin to explore you may not know existed
Pierre & Vacances is now offering a wider selection of affordable summer destinations in Europe and beyond including Croatia, Italy and Mauritius in addition to its existing properties in France, Spain, Portugal, Guadeloupe and Martinique.
There are now 11 new residences in Croatia and Mauritius, six new residences in Portugal, five in Italy and one new residence in Spain.
New Pierre & Vacances Croatia
Pierre & Vacances’ accommodation in . . . → Read More: Pierre & Vacances Offering More Family-Friendly Destinations and Summer Accommodation
Everyone knows how advanced the Roman civilisation was and that the best way to immerse yourself in ancient history from this era is with a visit to Italy. A warm destination nearly all year round, you can enjoy the sites off-peak and really imagine what it might have been like 2000 years ago.
If you’re interested in Roman history and also . . . → Read More: Get Jaunty Highlights Most Historical Places in Italy
The idea of exploring the world alone might be intimidating to some, but research shows that travelling solo is fast becoming a go-to for thousands of people wanting to see the world. Travel experts, Solo Travellers LTD, who specialise in holidays for those wanting to get away with other solo travellers but would rather explore the world in a safety of a group, are gearing up . . . → Read More: Explore more with Solo Travellers’ new destination additions
The Netherlands is one of the UK’s closest neighbours and oldest trading partners, but how much do you know about Dutch culture outside of football? The Dutch hold the record for playing at the most World Cup finals without ever winning the tournament.
1. They cycle a lot
Any UK holidaymaker in Amsterdam will have noticed the huge numbers of highly skilled cyclists. With the famously flat landscape . . . → Read More: Calvé peanut butter among top 6 things you didn’t know about the Dutch
A full-length documentary film from Nik Loukas – creator of InFlightFeed.com – will pull back the curtain on how airlines source, prepare and deliver meals to passengers at 35,000 feet. “The Inflight Food Trip” figures to reveal a world that few passengers ever see.
Loukas is working together with accomplished Producer/Director James Mellor of Rainbow Trout Films. To make this documentary a reality, Loukas is turning to . . . → Read More: InflightFeed’s New Documentary Reveals Why ‘it’s Not Just Plane Food!’
1. Summer is the cheapest time of year to go
Accommodation rates are lower in the summer and early autumn, as Jamaica’s peak season is January to March. Yes, there’s a chance of showers, but these are usually over fairly quickly.
You can also enjoy events such as the Ocho Rios Jazz Festival (29 May to 5 June, 2016) and Reggae Sumfest at Montego Bay (17 to 23 July, . . . → Read More: Butler and Lloyd’s top 8 reasons to visit Jamaica this summer
The Algarve is a popular resort location in the southern region of Portugal that is one of the most popular places to holiday in the country due to the abundance of rich, hilly valleys which line the coastline creating the perfect ambience for a coastal holiday within walking distance of a historical quaint villages and towns.
So, if you decide to book a villa in the Algarve, . . . → Read More: A Guide to the Algarve