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Best destination for foodies in Majorca

Best destination for foodies in Majorca

Are you a foodie looking to visit a wonderful exotic Caribbean destination? Well, search no more. Majorca offers some of most exotic, tasty Balearic Island dishes that you will ever come across. You can search the web for the best Majorca [read more]

Asian honeymoon destinations

Asian honeymoon destinations

A big part of planning the perfect wedding is deciding when and where you’ll spend your honeymoon. Whereas tradition used to dictate that newlyweds would dash off on honeymoon immediately after their nuptials, nowadays many of us are far [read more]

5 places you must visit in 2014

5 places you must visit in 2014

With a new year arriving there’s a whole twelve month’s worth of travelling to be planned. If you’re looking for inspiration, then here’s a list of the top five most exciting destinations for 2014. Trinidad, Cuba An [read more]

Hiking in the Black Forest

Hiking in the Black Forest

A wooded mountain range in southwestern Germany, the Black Forest is an area rich in history, culture, and stunning natural diversity. Famous for its ham, its clockmakers, and its historic mountain villages and farmhouses, the Black Forest [read more]

5 alternative ways to enjoy Christmas in London

5 alternative ways to enjoy Christmas in London

By default, people have this Victorian image of Christmas in their head. An idea of the family gathered around the ornamented tree, ecstatically unwrapping gifts, sipping eggnog… it is idyllic indeed. The common hope is every year to be [read more]

Celebrating Dia de los Muertos in Mexico

Celebrating Dia de los Muertos in Mexico

The Day of the Dead is a beautiful, strange, moving and sometimes macabre festival that takes place all over Mexico at the end of October and beginning of November. Respectful tourists are welcome to see and experience this unique [read more]

The best romantic restaurants in Birmingham

The best romantic restaurants in Birmingham

Searching for a top quality eatery for a special date in Birmingham? Whether you’re looking for something intimate or just a relaxed venue to get to know each other better, there are plenty of fantastic restaurants across the city to [read more]

Top snow sport breaks for winter 2013

Top snow sport breaks for winter 2013

With the summer fast drawing to a close, now is the best time to start thinking about your winter break. Seasoned winter sports enthusiasts will know that it’s best to book in advance if you’re hoping to snap up the best deals [read more]

Making the most of a day in London

Making the most of a day in London

There’s so much to see and do in London, it can be daunting to try to put together a schedule for just a single day. However, there are plenty of tours available which enable you to see all the top sights in a small amount of time, [read more]

Why cruise holidays a perfect alternative to your traditional week in the sun

Why cruise holidays a perfect alternative to your traditional week in the sun

The cruise industry in Europe is booming at the moment, with reports suggesting that as many as 6.1 million Europeans – 1.7 of them British – set sail on cruise ships for their holidays, and the variety of cruises, price for an [read more]

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