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Travel isn’t for everyone. Some people genuinely enjoy the quiet life, at home, in their slippers, watching other people have adventures. It’s funny though, that those people always seem to light up and speak fondly of the one time they were forced to leave their comfort zone and visit somewhere alien to them (perhaps on a school trip to France…

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Australia is the ultimate tourist destination, offering tourists a great variety of attractions and activities. Whether you are paying Australia a visit during the summer or winter period, the truth is that you’ll find plenty of things to do. Australia’s cities are full of large parks, wonderful markets, impressive museums, and several sightseeing spots. Here is a list of 10…

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Britain’s royal homes have borne witness to centuries of style and glamour as well as fascinating tales of intrigue, betrayal, mystery and unrequited love that chart the history of Britain itself. To walk their halls is to walk in the footsteps of kings and queens, princes and princesses and the great, good and on occasion very, very bad of Britain’s…

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History enthusiasts are inveterate travellers and for those seeking to follow a path to the past there are some astonishing destinations that can truly deliver. So whether you’re fascinated by the Romans, have a thing for the Ming, glorify the Greeks or revere the Russian royals, historic holidays don’t come any better than this. Rome, Italy The birthplace of one…

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Steeped in 2,000 years of amazing history, London is home to a world-famous collection of national monuments, castles, cathedrals and museums. The city charts the rise and fall of empires, from the Londinium of the earliest Roman settlers, the Anglo-Saxons, Normans and Tudors through the Industrial Revolution, Victorians and the modern-day Elizabethans, each of which has left an indelible mark…

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February half-term will be upon us before we know it and this year, like any other year, you’ve probably overspent on the holiday season. Now it’s time to start thinking of where you’ll spend half-term and right about now, a ski holiday sounds amazing. After all the pushing and shoving to get through the crowds of holiday shoppers, you just…

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With many businesses working across a global marketplace, it’s become much more common for employers to send their team abroad for business. Whether it’s to manage relationships with partnering organisations or to start up new offices in other countries, there are many reasons that we travel for business. But, although we never anticipate our trips to go wrong, there are…

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London is truly something special to behold for international travellers, but England has so much more to offer than just the (admittedly rather wonderful) capital city. And much of it is just a short distance away, which means you could quite comfortably combine a post-lockdown London holiday with one or all of the incredible vacation options below. These ‘on your…

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2020 meant that the majority of people had to cancel their travel plans and stay put at home. However, next year could tell a different story. Let’s explore how far people are willing to travel and some of the dream destinations for next year. Increase Bookings The travel company, Jules Verne, conducted a survey to work out what the future…

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2020 has dramatically changed the way we travel. Borders have shut, social distancing is the new normal, and masks look like they’re here for the foreseeable future. Just because it’s different, doesn’t mean you can’t take a much-deserved trip. You need to be aware of the new rules in place. How can you stay safe while travelling? Be Prepared You…

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