Spring is the perfect time to visit Greece to enjoy its warm sunshine, spring flowers and refreshing absence of tourists. What’s more, this year, Greek Easter runs over the same weekend as in the UK, a shared timing that occurs only every few years, and makes it a great reason to enjoy a very different and authentic Easter experience.
Specialist tour operator, Sunvil, recommends heading to the . . . → Read More: Sunvil’s authentic greek Easter experience
When it comes to knowing what’s on the radar for travellers looking for a new and culturally adventurous trip, the experts at G Adventures have their fingers firmly on the global pulse. Here they identify the top 10 destinations for travellers in 2017, based on G Adventures’ sales trends and world events.
1. BHUTAN – 2017 has been designated by the UN as the International Year of . . . → Read More: G Adventures reveals 2017’s top adventure destinations
When it comes to Halloween, the top place to celebrate the holiday is without a doubt Salem, Massachusetts in the United States, given the fact that this New England city is full of ghosts, haunted treks, and just about everything else that embodies Halloween. As the popularity of Halloween increases every by year, it is catching up to Christmas as the most popular holiday. Serious Halloween . . . → Read More: Salem, the ultimate destination for all Halloween fans
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 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
Many people are under the misconception that The Hague is the capital of the Netherlands, this is understandable however as the city houses both the Queen’s Palace and Parliament, but the capital is in fact Amsterdam. The city is known the world over for its coffee shops, canals and of course it’s red light district.
Best Time to Travel to Amsterdam
The Netherlands is unfortunately, not renowned for . . . → Read More: Amsterdam really has something for everyone
With festival season just around the corner and such an excitingly diverse array of festivals to choose from, audiences are after more than just a fantastic musical line up. More than ever, many are choosing to venture overseas, combining their favourite holiday destinations with some of the most exciting events, providing the ultimate music and cultural fix. From mountain top snow resorts, sun-kissed Croatian festivals and . . . → Read More: 10 Top International Festival Destinations for 2016
Places You Should See In Paris’ Montmartre
Montmartre is a historic neighbourhood that forms a charming and unique village in Paris. It was established in the year 1955 and is famous for its white-domed Basilica Sacré-Cœur. Montmartre is known for its artisanal shops, energetic plazas and paved streets, full of old fashioned charm. Visit Montmartre and be enchanted by the ageing apartments, gas lamp lit staircases and . . . → Read More: Montmatre’s Best Attractions
National Geographic Traveller (UK) has announced its Cool List 2016, highlighting the 16 must-see destinations for the year ahead. Chosen by its team of editors and writers, the hotly anticipated list of countries and cities are revealed in the Jan/Feb 2016 issue of the magazine — on sale today.
Pat Riddell, editor, said, “We’ve scoured the planet for this year’s must-see destinations and come up with an . . . → Read More: National Geographic Traveller’s 16 must-see places
Lanzarote Destination Guide
Lanzarote is the fourth largest of the seven islands that make up the Canarian archipelago. The Canaries are all governed by Spain and are located off the coast of Morocco in West Africa, which is a location that makes the Canaries Europe’s most easily accessible year round holiday destination. It is just four hours flying time from all major UK airports so you can . . . → Read More: Planning a holiday to Lanzarote