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The May Travel Guide

While May isn’t the official start of the summer, May Day has long been regarded as a celebration of the new season, and we’re even treated to a Bank Holiday so we can really get into the spirit! Traditional celebrations still take place in some parts …

10 Alternative Summer Holiday Destinations

If you’re craving at least one summer getaway this year, but you’re still (understandably) tentative about crowds, then here are 10 under-the-radar destinations to consider instead of the usual suspects.
1. Montenegro
Glistening waters and old town…

Group Holidays: Top Tips and Dreamy Destinations

Group holidays… depending on the type of person you are, the phrase can instil fear or put you into planning mode. Either way, most of us will have to partake in a group holiday at some point in our lives, and as we come out of the pandemic, it’s predi…

The January Travel Guide

January can sometimes feel a little flat and like any festivities are behind us for a while, however there are still plenty of weird and wonderful happenings planned across the globe…
Harbin Ice Festival, China, 5th January – 5th February

The city of …

Events and Openings to Travel for in 2022

By now, we’re almost used to the fact that nothing is quite certain to go ahead at its proper time. Over the past couple of years, major events including the Olympics and the FIFA World Cup have witnessed unprecedented postponements.
One thing we do kn…

The November Travel Guide

Winter is in full swing in the UK now, but dark, early nights don’t have to mean hibernating from the world. There’s plenty to tempt us out of the house — and even overseas! Here’s our guide to what’s happening around the world this November.
Day of th…

The October Travel Guide

While some events around the world are cancelled once again this year due to coronavirus, others are thankfully going ahead. Munich may not celebrate Oktoberfest in 2021, but London is hosting a whole month of cocktail related conviviality…
London Cock…

Bucket List Trips to Start Planning Now

The traffic light system is officially on the way out, and that means that once again, the world will be your oyster (within reason), so there is no time like the present to start planning your bucket list trips. With all those holidays you’ve missed o…

The World’s Cheapest (& Most Expensive) Cities According To The Price Of Their Pints

According to recent research by holidu, there are 18 places across the world where you can buy a pint that’s cheaper than any found in cities within the UK – and the least expensive is all the way up in Inverness! The price of beer has always been…