Tag: Travel Guide

A Weekend in Krakow, Poland

Thinking of spending a weekend in Krakow, Poland? Krakow is one of the oldest cities in Poland, located in the south of the country on the Vistula River. It is a beautiful city, full of history and the old town has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Krakow is also very well connected. Affordable flights

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Europe Travel Check List: Are You Ready for the EU?

View of Neuschwanstein from marion bridge

If you have just booked your holiday to Europe then you’re in for a treat. Europe is so varied that there’s something for everyone. It’s always popular with tourists from all walks of life with cheaper flights to new destinations added each year. We have put together this 10 step Europe travel check list to

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How to plan a Road Trip in Europe

Driving through Bavaria, Germany

Our favourite way of getting to know a new destination is to tour around it. In Europe the types of holidays which usually come to mind are cultural cities breaks, beach holidays around the Mediterranean or maybe a cruise. We’re here to convince you to give a European road trip a chance. It’s not as

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USA Travel Check List: Are You Ready for the US?

If you have just booked your holiday to the USA then you’re in for an amazing time. The USA is one of our favourite destinations, and it’s becoming easier and more affordable to visit from the UK every year. We have put together this 10 step USA travel check list to help you get ready

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How to plan a US Road Trip

We love to tour a destination rather than stay in one place. For the USA the best and most iconic way of doing this is of course the road trip. It’s not as difficult as you may think planning and booking your own road trip in the USA. Following our guide on how to plan

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A day in the French Quarter, New Orleans

Viewing St Louis Cathedral from the Mississippi

The French Quarter is where you will find the wrought iron balconies and narrow streets that pretty much everyone visiting New Orleans expects to see. It’s also where you will find Bourbon Street, although there’s much more to see, even at night, than the famous party street.