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With the advent of COVID-19, most European countries had closed their international borders, thereby restricting tourists from other countries to explore European countries. However, this is no longer the case as the world and the international borders have started to re-open and re-ignite the desire to travel in 2022. As we speak, you can now tour Europe by taking a…

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After a 4 hour flight from London, we step off the plane at Paphos airport and the heat hits us. It aways amazes me the difference in climate that 2,000 miles south can make. Shame we can’t move the UK next to Cyprus. You can see why so many expats move here! We hired a car from the airport as…

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Unlike no other place on earth, the Amazon rainforest is a bucket list destination for many people. Going on weekend breaks to Italy or venturing across the other side of the world to New Zealand is understandably appealing, but none of it compares to an immersive experience in nature. It isn’t just any old nature-filled setting either and represents one…

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If you’re feeling down about missing out on the mountains this winter then why not lift your spirits by starting to plan a trip for the summer? Spending summer in the mountains is really quite a special experience, especially if you’re travelling as a family! There are plenty of fun things to do and our money saver ‘Multi Pass’ helps…

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International business travel is an important part of business for companies in many industries, plus it can be a perk of the job getting to visit new places, meet new people and experience different cultures. While there certainly can be many perks to international travel, it can also be extremely expensive and challenging to manage financially. Challenges So, why is…

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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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