Packing in information on global cities, hotels, tourist destinations, travel business articles, and travel tips all into one blog, is a tall order, but ‘Worldwide Travel Directory’ are up to the challenge. Our worldwide travel guide offers up regular doses of news and opinion, and an insight into different types of holidays. You could see anything from cruises to adventure breaks covered, along with plenty of . . . → Read More: Welcome
The first Slow Travel Fest – Italy’s first festival dedicated entirely to slow and sustainable travel – attracted around 2000 visitors to the small medieval town of Monteriggioni, near Siena, and the neighbouring hamlet of Abbadia a Isola.
The aim of the Tuscany-based festival, staged 9-11 October 2015, was to encourage visitors to explore the area – and particularly the ancient pilgrim route of the Via Francigena . . . → Read More: Slow Travel Fest Italy’s first festival on green tourism
The Canary Islands are a great all year round destination
The Canary Islands are many people’s idea of a dream holiday getaway. A massive advantage is that these Spanish islands is that you can plan your visit at any time of year because the warm year round climate is fairly predictable.
If you are planning on visiting more than one of the islands in this small Atlantic chain . . . → Read More: Canary Island Holiday Ideas
Get More for your Money from your Holiday in Orlando
There aren’t many of us who won’t have at some time or another expressed a desire to take a trip to Florida, and particularly Orlando. The 3rd largest Metropolis in North America has so much to offer a tourist that when it comes to planning a trip here; it is difficult to know where to start. Theme parks, . . . → Read More: Saving Money on your Orlando Theme Park Tickets
Wildlife Holidays from the Wildlife Trails Company
In recent years there has been an explosion in interest in wildlife holidays growing significantly, in part inspired by some of the brilliant wildlife TV programmes (BBC Seasonal Nature Watch programmes, Life on Earth etc) with even whole dedicated channels like Discovery and National Geographic. Many wildlife TV presenters have become true household names, Bill Oddie, Ray Mears, Chris Packham . . . → Read More: Wildlife Holidays
With Cuba-US relations back on the mend, more people than ever will be enjoying the stunning crystal-clear waters embracing this island. Why not take advantage of the renewed political unity and sail from Miami to Cuba? You’ll get the best of both worlds, from modern luxury to old-world culture and charm. Try the best Cuban food outside of Cuba, then try it in Cuba for a . . . → Read More: Miami to Cuba, a world of blue bliss
In recent times, Krakow has had a bit of a reputation for attracting the stag weekend brigade. Whilst still partly true, Krakow has a lot more than this to offer and is fast becoming a sophisticated city break destination with its blend of tourist attractions and fine entertainment. It’s not just stags that head to Krakow for the weekend.
Krakow is Poland’s second city, with a population . . . → Read More: Krakow – A Sophisticated City Break
There is more to Dubai than shiny new hotels and shopping malls
With its expensive complexes and shiny new hotels, Dubai has become a byword for money, excess and luxurious living. It is easy to forget what Dubai used to be like. The array of hotels, shopping malls and restaurants celebrate the best of the best. The people who have helped create this environment, and . . . → Read More: The Sights of Old Dubai
Holiday-makers in search of the ultimate winter getaway need look no further than Canada’s capital Ottawa, just a seven-hour flight from the UK. From 29 January until 15 February, 2016, the city will be transformed into a festival of all things snowy and frozen as the 38th edition of Winterlude takes place. Ottawa is expected to welcome some 600,000 revelers over the three-weekend period, with celebrations . . . → Read More: 38th Winterlude Festival To Take Place in Ottawa Canada
Despite the doom and gloom surrounding the Greek economy, the volume of British holidaymakers travelling to the country is expected to grow in 2016 – most probably at the expense of destinations such as Tunisia and Turkey, travel retailer Holiday Hypermarket predicts.
As the financial crisis was taking hold, there were fears among many in the industry that tourists would stay away from Greece due to fears . . . → Read More: British holidaymakers travelling to Greece over Turkey and Tunisia
How To Travel Europe In Seven Days
Before you embark on your travels, make sure you take your European Health Insurance (EHIC) Card, because if anything does happen along the way, you’ll get peace of mind knowing you have valid insurance in 31 European countries other than the UK. Is it possible to travel around Europe in seven days? It certainly is. Here’s our guide to doing . . . → Read More: A Whistle Stop Tour of Europe