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
Naturetrek, the UK’s leading wildlife tour operator, has extended its programme of expert-escorted trips to include eight, new, carefully devised itineraries. Trips range from a rewarding foray into Abruzzo National Park, Italy, in search of Marsican Brown Bears, Apennine Wolves, Wild Boar and more, to a unique safari in Zambia, focusing on the animals of South Luangwa National Park and the annual migration of five million . . . → Read More: Wildlife Tour Operator Naturetrek Launches 8 New Tours For 2015/16
Work is well underway on the 63 million Euro renovations of the old Pont Adolphe, the stone bridge that spans the beautiful Pétrusse Valley in the heart of Luxembourg City.
The bridge was named after Grand Duke Adolphe, the first monarch of Luxembourg from the House of Nassau-Weilburg, who ruled from 1890 until 1905. Although it is now over 100 years old, the Pont Adolphe is still . . . → Read More: Major Renovations for Luxembourg’s Favourite Bridge
An inspirational globe trotter is sharing his adventures with the world in a ‘tell all’ book that recounts his epic two year, 20,000 km solo cycling journey from Europe to India. Titled Between Worlds: The Promise of the Road , the self-published book offers insight into the incredible experiences of Andrew Welch and his one man exploration of place, space and global cultures.
With some destinations seeing . . . → Read More: New book on 20,000 km solo cycling journey from Europe to India
Holidaying art lovers, and particularly admirers of the great French painter Henri Matisse, should be delighted to hear of the re-opening in that most magical of North African cities, Tangier, of the stunning Grand Hotel Villa de France where the French artist chose to live and work when he came to Morocco a little over a century ago.
Built in 1880, the hotel became the much-loved watering-hole . . . → Read More: Moroccan Hotel Re-opens – a Matisse Favourite
Tourists keen to see a different side of Europe can experience living history first hand just 3.5 hours from London this spring. White Rooms in Bruges, the latest hospitality project by renowned interior designer Natalie Haegeman, is urging those planning a city break to look closer to home and discover living history up close and personal in the UNESCO world heritage site.
A postcard pretty medieval town, . . . → Read More: Experience living history just 3.5 hours from London
The UK may be in the midst of a dreary winter but things are heating up in Langkawi which is emerging as one of Asia’s hottest golfing destinations. Golfsavers is at the vanguard of the tourism trend with a series of tailor made packages designed to offer its customers the ultimate Langkawi golfing getaway.
Made up of 104 idyllic islands, Langkawi is one of Malaysia’s most . . . → Read More: Malaysia’s Langkawi upcoming tropical Golf Holiday Destination
One hundred years after one of the most controversial campaigns of the Great War, pre-eminent First World War historian Professor Gary Sheffield* offers fresh insight into The Gallipoli Campaign . Stand among the olive trees in a place where, in 1915, the Great War was expected to turn in the favour of the Allies’. Instead, it became a scene of bloodshed and carnage.
For some, it is . . . → Read More: Historical Trips Presents The Gallipoli Campaign
Cruisecritic.co.uk, the world’s largest cruise reviews site and cruise community, has named its UK Editors’ Picks Awards for 2014. Highlighting the best cruise ships, cruise lines and ports, the awards were selected by Cruise Critic’s experienced team of cruise experts in 18 categories.
Royal Caribbean’s, Quantum of the Seas, which debuted in October, won the Best New Ship award. Featuring the first skydiving simulator at sea, and . . . → Read More: Top UK Ports Win Awards For Best Cruise Lines of 2014
The next generation of rucksack has arrived today, simply allowing commuters and city travellers to leave behind worries of pickpockets to enjoy safe, smart and secure travel without concern for the safety of their belongings. The revolutionary rucksack has launched on Kickstarter, and after a few hours is already a “staff pick.” After Phil Hufton, London Underground COO, stated this year that pickpocketing was the most . . . → Read More: RiutBag – the next generation of urban rucksack
Travel is an exciting thing, but there’s nothing to dampen the thrill of a new destination than getting totally and utterly lost. Luckily, a brand new app for Android and iPhone launching in the UK is helping people to make sense of their surroundings and locate other people via the incredibly simple medium of text message. Where Are You is a totally free app which uses . . . → Read More: ‘Where Are You’ App Helps To Make UK Travel Safe, Secure and Easy