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151. Three Inspirational Road Trips to Make in Europe
March 26, 2020


You don’t need to travel to a far-flung country to experience adventure when Europe offers plenty of wonderful destinations closer to home. Taking a road trip across the continent is a lovely way to explore its beautiful countryside and towns in more depth, and distances between destinations tend to be fairly short, giving you more time to actually see them. Road-tripping can also help keep travel costs down, particularly in pricey Western Europe, as you’re free to choose your own itinerary. Just make sure you take out car rental excess insurance before you head off, so you don’t get land... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

152. Discovering the Accessible Side to Beautiful Tenerife
March 26, 2020


In need of sunshine but concerned about accessibility? With its government improving accessibility across the island, Tenerife is guaranteed to be an excellent choice. Paired with a mild climate 12 months of the year, the largest of the Spanish Canary Islands offers astounding natural beauty and modern facilities. Whether you’re looking for rest and relaxation or scenic exploration, nothing is off limits on the accessible island of Tenerife. Beautiful Beaches Tenerife holds awards for its coastal accessibility. With beaches well maintained and barrier- free, wheelchair users can enj... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

153. Checking out Tenerife's Nightlife Hot Spots
March 26, 2020


A-Levels nearly over? Need a break from uni? If you and your mates are planning on hitting the clubs this summer, move over Magaluf, it’s time to sip sangria in sunny Tenerife. With beautiful weather and affordability, cut on costs not on shots in one of Tenerife’s nightlife hotspots. With clubs galore and music for every taste, you’ll have a blast on an island that never sleeps. Plus, with a landscape offering everything from snowboarding to water sports, you can fill your days with adrenaline and adventure before hitting the town. Party Hard in Playa De Las Américas Tenerife’s mo... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

154. Get to Know the Wonderful Wines of Mallorca
March 26, 2020


There are a number of things that most visitors expect when they arrive at Mallorca airport. Transfers that drop them at their hotel for one, and a nearby beach, restaurant and bar for another. But what most people don’t expect is to find an island famous for its fine wine and one with a reputation for having one of the best wine cultures anywhere in Europe. It’s not just the unique blend of grapes that grow on this gorgeous isle that makes the wine so special, it’s the attitude and climate too. Mallorcan winemakers adopt a distinctive Mediterranean style, which produces wine with flavou... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

155. Fast Facts to Know Before you Go to Mallorca
March 26, 2020


There’s so much to love about Mediterranean islands; the beaches, the mountains and the charming towns are all as captivating as can be, and the food and drink scene is an unparalleled joy. The sunlight looks a little different here and everything is awash in that unique warm glow that makes it impossible not to have a good time. Just like any holiday, however, your experience will be even better if you come armed with a little knowledge. Here are some key facts about Mallorca that will make your trip even better! Helpful Facts for Your Island Adventure Mallorcans have lived here for... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

156. Get Inspired with These Road Trip Destinations
March 26, 2020


Whether you want to explore an exciting region of a completely different country, or discover the lesser-known places of your own, a road trip is one of the best ways to enjoy a truly relaxing independent holiday. Now a very popular option for travellers from every demographic thanks to the ease and flexibility of travelling by road, the many options to hire a car makes planning your holiday even easier. Tripping around the Scottish Highlands, traversing the winding highways of the Amalfi Coast or tackling the tarmac on Route 66 – no matter what your style or your budget, hiring a car trul... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

157. Why Scotland Should Feature on Your Road Trip Bucket List
March 26, 2020


If you’re a road trip pro and haven’t added Scotland to your bucket list, then you’re missing out on one of the best road trip destinations out there. While it may be small in size, the land of mighty mountains and the freshest air offers infinite beauty, with breath-taking landscapes, picturesque towns and fascinating historic monuments. With so much to see, there’s no better way to travel than by hiring a car and setting off. There’s no wrong way to plan your trip (unless you forget to sort out your car hire excess insurance) but to help you plan your itinerary, here are a few of the t... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

158. Lapping Up Spain's Northern Coast on a Spanish Road Trip
March 26, 2020


car hire excess insurance policies. Travellers can rest easy knowing they will be fully protected against any hidden hire car costs and look forward to a stress-free rental experience. ">If you really want to get under the skin of a place, taking a road trip is one of the best ways to travel. Although many people may opt for an all-inclusive train pass when travelling through Europe, taking a car means you are fully in control of your itinerary. Hiring a car gives you infinite flexibility: you choose the route, the tunes, and the snacks! The only thing you really have to think about... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

159. Best Airport Taxi Service in Jamaica
March 25, 2020


Private Shuttle Service from Montego bay Airport is done best by Best Jamaica the number one transportation company on the island. Forget about high prices and crappy service, Best Jamaica Airport Transfers and Tours is The Guardian of Your Satisfaction. We have managed to combined affordable rates and top quality service together which has made us into a household name. This combination is rear and it keeps our customers super happy and totally discombobulate our competitors. Book your private airport shuttle service with Best Jamaica and get your vacation off to a great start whil... (read more)

Author: Stevert Mckenzie

160. Menorca: A Wonderful Destination for the Adventure Loving Family
March 24, 2020


With so many destinations claiming to be the ‘best family resorts in Menorca’, choosing where to stay on the island can be a tough ask. Families are spoilt for choice, which is no bad thing, as Menorca is a top holiday spot for adventurous families seeking a fun-filled break in the sun. Although it lacks Ibiza’s glitzy nightlife or Majorca’s scenic mountain views, the easternmost Balearic island still has oodles of charm and a laid-back way of living that’s perfect for a relaxing family holiday. The unspoilt landscapes and celebrated local cuisine are major attractions, while the traffic... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

161. Treat the Family to a Fabulous Feast of Flavours in Son Bou, Menorca
March 24, 2020


With its beautiful golden beach, bustling shops and cafés, and fantastic range of watersports, Son Bou can easily claim to be one of the best family resorts in Menorca. Its varied selection of restaurants also makes it a perfect place to try some authentic local Menorcan dishes and treat the family to an unforgettable culinary experience. Menorcan cuisine has a unique history and flavour, thanks to the island’s blend of Arab, Spanish, French and British influences, and, as a UNESCO biosphere reserve since 1993, its agricultural produce is among the best of the Balearic islands. This means... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

162. Best Private Taxi Montego Bay Airport
March 23, 2020


Book your airport taxi service from the Montego Bay Airport and take advantage of our great rates. Best Jamaica the number one transportation company on the island is your one stop shop for both airport shuttle service as well as private tours. If your next trip is to Jamaica and you are considering having the best airport taxi service on the island, then your next email must be to us Best Jamaica. The Montego Bay Airport is the Gateway of Jamaica seeing the bulk of the arriving and departing visitors to Jamaica. Best Jamaica Airport Transfers and Tours located at 4 Claude Clarke Ave... (read more)

Author: Stevert Mckenzie

163. Do You Need Proof of Onward Travel ?
March 21, 2020


“Do you have proof of onward travel?”, the dreaded question from airline check-in personnel. You arrive at the airport, armed with bags, passport and your one-way ticket, ready for a big adventure exploring your next new destination. And this question pops up at check-in. Most round the world travelers and digital nomads have faced this question at one time or another, and if you aren’t prepared for it, it can ruin your trip before it even gets started. Why do you need proof of onward travel? People are denied entry into countries all the time. Visa problems, not meeting certain... (read more)

Author: Andrey Macxim

164. Uncover A World of Wonder in Underground Mallorca
March 19, 2020


Seeking a break away from the every day but feeling a bit resort-o-phobic? If you’re a traveller who prefers exploring a little more off the beaten track, it’s time to acquaint yourself with Mallorca’s underground world! This lovely Balearic island is home to some of Europe’s most exquisite cave formations and it’s absolutely perfect for a solo getaway with a difference. Descend to the Dragons The Cuevas del Drach feel truly prehistoric, with the immense chambers home to some stunning stalactites (which grow at a rate of one centimetre per 100 years) and cavernous vaults. Thes... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

165. Touching the Historical Heart of Magical Mallorca
March 19, 2020


Mallorca may be famed for its summer sunshine, but this is also an island steeped in historical intrigue. Roman fortifications, Moorish invasions and Christian reoccupation have shaped this land to be what it is today, because with events like the War of Spanish Succession and the Battle of Mallorca, it hasn’t always been the tranquil, idyllic resort you see today in brochures. If you’re a history buff looking for your next inspiring holiday, Mallorca’s fascinating history, Catalan culture and exquisite scenery may just surprise you. Culture in the Capital You can swap pub-cr... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

166. A School Trip to Cern: Top Tips on Visiting
March 19, 2020


A school trip to Cern is one that your pupils will talk about for many years to come and remember for a lifetime. This cutting edge science laboratory, home to the famous Large Hadron Collider, has long been a place of intrigue and mystery and a visit will leave you with endless scope for ongoing discussion in the classroom. Tips on How to Visit the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) Normally you can only visit the above ground facilities in Cern; the LHC is located underground and away from public viewing. That said, there are times when they shut the collider down and open the undergroun... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

167. Discover the Future of Physics on a School Trip to Cern
March 19, 2020


There is so much potential for a school trip to Cern, home to the most cutting edge physics laboratory in the world. Not only has the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) allowed the theory of quantum physics to gain momentum, but the scope for future research is vast. In fact, ideas for a £20bn accelerator named the Future Circular Collider (FCC) are fast becoming a reality. Pupils on a school trip to Cern will have the opportunity to learn all about the future plans for this fascinating project. The Future of Cern It’s hard to imagine an accelerator that is four times longer and ten t... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

168. Making the Most of a School Trip to Cern
March 19, 2020


If you’re considering taking your class on a school trip to Cern, you will want to give them an introduction into exactly what this place is before you go. Here are a few suggestions on what to talk about in order to give your youngsters a glimpse into what this world famous laboratory is all about. Share them with students and they’ll be able to get the most out of their once in a lifetime school trip to Cern. The Laboratory The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) is the most powerful machine on earth and since it came to fruition it has fascinated everyone who hears of it. Built to study t... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

169. Fascinating Facts for your Pupils on a School Trip to Cern
March 19, 2020


Imagine taking your class on a school trip to Cern. It’s home to some of the world’s largest and most comprehensive scientific equipment, and the place in which the very basic particles of matter are studied in an effort to gain a deeper understanding of the universe and the laws of nature that govern it. Whether your students are budding scientists or not, a school trip to Cern will inspire, intrigue and fascinate youngsters. Built in 1954, the laboratory is located close to Geneva, on the France-Swiss border. Today it has 23 member states, all with a vested interest in the work it carr... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

170. Go Green in the Most Beautiful Gardens in Florence
March 19, 2020


The entire city is a UNESCO world heritage site. The region is famous for wine, food, culture, art and stunning landscapes. Of course, it could only be Florence and Tuscany. Tours of the area take in some magnificent sights and attractions, from world class art at the galleries, wine and food tastings, to trips around the birthplace of the renaissance. The city of Florence is itself a masterpiece, with spectacular architecture around each corner of every cobbled street. It’s no wonder that so many tourists head here each year, as Florence and Tuscany tours deliver the best Italy has to o... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

171. Discover the Delightful Secrets Hidden in the Heart of Florence
March 19, 2020


With some of the most amazing ancient history anywhere in the world, Italy is a fascinating place to visit for any type of tourist. Right at the heart of this unique history lies the renaissance period that was so prominent in Florence and Tuscany. Tours of this area take in some remarkable sights and attractions, but perhaps the best way to explore the area is to take a guided tour with local experts who will know all sorts of intriguing secrets about the area. There are some things that the guidebooks simply don’t know! By taking a small group around the secret areas of Florence and Tuscany,... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

172. 3 Museums Art Lovers Shouldn't Miss in Tuscany
March 19, 2020


For art lovers there are few countries as enticing as Italy, and few cities or regions as breath-taking within Italy as Florence and Tuscany. Tours of the area reveal an artistic heritage that is unmatched anywhere else in the world. The renaissance work that was born here is available to see in such vast quantities that no art fan will leave disappointed. A great way to experience all that is on offer is to take in one or even more Florence and Tuscany tours that specialise in art. These three fantastic galleries will captivate any audience. Palazzo Blu The museum of art and culture... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

173. Shake, Rattle and Roll on a 60s Weekend in Bosworth Hall
March 19, 2020


Nestled into the rural heartlands of Market Bosworth, Bosworth Hall Hotel is an exceptional location for a fun filled adult weekend away. The reasons for the popularity of Bosworth Hall are numerous: the hotel boasts 11 acres of intricately cultivated gardens, and the interior is equally spacious; the main hall is furnished with rich oak panels and a commanding, original Tudor fireplace. Every room is beset with tall windows that offer spectacular views of the immediate surroundings, and there are restaurants and bars for top-notch catering day and night. En-suite bedrooms of luxurious proport... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

174. Introducing a Sound of the 60s Weekend at Norton Grange
March 19, 2020


Norton Grange Coastal Village is a brilliant location for a fun filled adult weekend away, especially if you are into the sounds of the 60s. Overlooking the straits of the Solent and close to a range of cultural attractions — including a Model Railway, Planetarium, and Archaeology Centre — the village is home to a range of chalets and restaurants that make for a perfect weekend hideout. Your daily dose of choreographed, live entertainment is readily available at the Mariners Show Lounge, and there are plenty of opportunities to get your body moving in the outdoors too: biking, croquet, swimm... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

175. Explore the Loire Chateaux on a Barge Holiday in France
March 19, 2020


Ahhh, the Chateaux of the Loire Valley - dreamy, enchanting, elegant and, some might say, the stuff of fairytales. Built along the River Loire, the chateaux are ideally situated for visiting when on a barge holiday in France. A UNESCO site since 2000, this area that stretches from Sully-sur-Loire to Chalonnes was once home to the influential kings of the Renaissance. It is a tricky task to rate these castles, as they are all unique and each one has its own majestic appeal; but here we’ve put together our favourites, all of which are wonderful places to visit on a barge holiday in France’s... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves



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