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51. Plan Your Fully Accessible Greek Getaway
July 24, 2018


I have long believed that accessible travel should never mean compromising on quality. One hotel that epitomises this is Sirens Resort in Loutraki, which sits on thermal spas and ancient canals on the Gulf of Corinth, on Greece’s Peloponnese coast (50 miles from Athens). It’s a hotel specifically adapted for accessibility, with a level of attention to detail that makes it the best in the region at what it does: giving disabled travellers the best experience they can. For your wheelchair friendly beach holiday in Greece, look no further. The Hotel Sirens Resort is more of a compl... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

52. Cheesy Does It: Experience Dutch Cheese in Amsterdam
July 24, 2018


There are many wonderful things that the Netherlands is famous for, but one of the greatest is easily its cheese heritage. The Dutch are passionate about the stuff; their fer-tile land is perfect for dairy cows and the country is firmly established as one of the best nations for cheese in the entire world. Each province has its own speciality with Gouda being the most popular, but a few other tantalising types that any foodie will love include Geitenkaas, Maasdammer and Boerenkaas. Amsterdam The best place to learn about Holland’s heritage for the good stuff and to sample different v... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

53. Amsterdam on Two Wheels: Do Like the Locals Do on your Family Holiday
July 24, 2018


The beautiful city of Amsterdam is a great destination for an active family. Pretty neigh-bourhoods, stunning canals, endless cultural attractions and friendly locals ensures that any holiday booked here will be one that you all look back fondly on. The best way to explore the capital of the Netherlands is to do it like the locals: by bike. This allows you to see all of the sights, enjoy some fresh air and soak up the atmosphere – and in Ams-terdam you will find around 400km of paths taking you to every nook and cranny in town. How to Hire As one of the most bike-friendly cities in t... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

54. Amsterdam: Appreciating the European Home of Body Art
July 24, 2018


There are few better forms of self-expression than tattoos. Body art has become a lot more mainstream in recent times and it is now common for people of all ages and back-grounds to have some form of ink adorning their skin. Tattoos date back thousands of years when they were used to signal religious, social and/or political expression. The earliest form dates right back to 3300 BC; Otzi the Ice-man was found with powdered charcoal having been rubbed into cuts in his skin – it is thought that they were used a medical treatment for pain. Tattoos have also appeared in various other ancient... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

55. 5 Things That Will Transform Your Summer: From "Meh" to "OMG!"
July 23, 2018


Summer is just getting underway, and that leaves you plenty of time to make this year an unforgettable one! It’s time to start planning vacations, staycations, and everything in between. If you’re anything like the average American, you either don’t take a vacation or you tend to take the same vacations at the same time, with the same people. Don’t get me wrong, sometimes you only have a certain time slot approved for vacation and sometimes your friends make your vacation super fun! That’s great! But, who’s to say you can’t change things up and do something different this year. 1. Try a cr... (read more)

Author: Anny Na

56. Discover the Wonderful Natural Environment of Tenerife
July 23, 2018


In Tenerife, resorts, beaches and nightlife are only part of the story. The island also has an unusual ecosystem of multiple microclimates (including mountains, deserts and a subtropical forest) which play host to more than 800 unique species of plants. Nature lovers will discover more than they could ever imagine amid the varying landscapes and plants that are found all over the island. Unique Multiple Ecosystems Along the coastline of Tenerife, you will find a lush Mediterranean climate with plenty of sunshine and just enough rainfall to maintain the flora that lives here. However,... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

57. Touring the Columbia Icefield by Ice Explorer: What to Expect
July 23, 2018


As an ardent traveller, you have probably walked on asphalt and cobbles, earth and grass, rock and sand. If you want to have your perspective of the world challenged, however, a terrain you should definitely try out is ice. One of the most tourist-friendly ice masses in the world is the Columbia Icefield in Canada. Holidays in the Rocky Mountains should include a visit to this grand icy expanse stretching a full kilometre in width and six kilometres in length. As your bus pulls into its parking spot, a group of great rocky mounds rises high above you and patches of white ice that lie betw... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

58. See the Best of Banff on Your Next Canadian Holiday
July 23, 2018


This mountain town should be a must-visit destination for any traveller looking for the ultimate Canadian holiday experience. Located within the Banff National Park in Alberta, it is a fantastic place for a head-long immersion in the splendours of local nature without the need (but with numerous opportunities for) energetic physical exertion. A majority of its magnificent natural sights are located within walking distance from town giving visitors the best of both worlds: urban comforts and stunning nature. Gondola Ride up Sulphur Mountain A short five-minute car journey from Banff ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

59. Banff: Visiting the Victorian Fresh Air Getaway
July 23, 2018


Adorned with breathtaking snowy mountains and exceptional glacial lakes, the town of Banff is an essential stop-off point on your tour around Canada. Holidays in this quaint town were popularised by the Victorians after the completion of the country’s first transcontinental railroad in the 1880s. It’s unsurprising, really; not only is it conveniently located along the railway, but it’s also nestled in the stunning Banff National Park below the impressive Rockies. Along with a stunning landscape, this town also boasts a fascinating history and numerous attractions. Relax in the Natural Hot... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

60. Small Town Charm: 5 of Canada's Prettiest Towns
July 23, 2018


When we picture Canada, holidays in our mind’s eye tend to include images of exploring snow-covered mountains and icy tundras. It offers these stunning sceneries, of course, but it also boasts charming towns in remarkable open prairies and on rocky shorelines. You won’t miss out on any of Canada’s small towns with this list of the country’s prettiest areas. Banff, Alberta Nestled in the renowned Banff National Park, this town attracts endless numbers of tourists every year. Thanks to its modest population, housing hasn’t expanded into the surrounding nature. The stunning wilderness r... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

61. Which Village Should You Choose as Your Base in Tignes?
July 23, 2018


At 2100m, Tignes ski resort is one of the most reliable destinations in the French Alps in terms of abundant, good quality snow cover. With its neighbour, Val d’Isère, it comes under the banner of the renowned Espace Killy area, which encompasses a vast and diverse range of terrains to thrill intermediate and advanced skiers. If you’ve done your research and decided on Tignes ski resort for your next winter sports break, the hard part is over. But there’s still the matter of where exactly you’ll choose to stay. Tignes 2100, as it is collectively known, comprises five separate villages at... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

62. Tignes: Ski Paradise for Mixed Ability Groups
July 23, 2018


Tignes ski resort, which along with neighbouring Val d’Isere forms the expansive Espace Killy area, has a reputation as one of the best high-altitude resorts in the French Alps for intermediate and advanced skiers. A longer season and the opportunity to take on the mighty Grand Motte Glacier give it an edge, and for anyone looking to take their skills to the next level, there’s a lot to like about Tignes. Ski these slopes once and you just know you’ll be back… On the Doorstep At 2100m the resort sits above the tree line, which means that while the pistes might not be as picturesqu... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

63. Tignes Apre`s Scene: Bars and Beats for Serious Skiers
July 23, 2018


As one of the most snow-sure destinations in the French Alps, Tignes ski resort is a fantastic choice for skiers of mixed abilities. But it’s no secret that anyone with a yearning to pump up the adrenaline levels will find a lot to love on the high-altitude slopes of Tignes. Ski opportunities are not limited to the pistes; the resort’s pièce de résistance is the opportunity to go glacier skiing on Grand Motte (3455m), even in summer. The good news is that the fantastic skiing is complemented by a very respectable après scene. The resort is spread across five different villages and, while... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

64. 5 Luxury Golfing Destinations for Winter Sun
July 23, 2018


The days are shorter, the temperatures are lower and the skies are greyer. It’s that dreaded time of year again – winter. If you’re finding the cold weather is getting you down, dodge seasonal depression by leaving the country and even the continent. There’s no better way to cheer yourself up than with some vitamin D and golfing. Destinations all over the world, from Vietnam to the United States, are perfect for those looking for this kind of luxury break. Read on to see where you should go the next time you want to escape damp, chilly England. Florida, USA For those going on holiday... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

65. 5 Top Resorts with Championship Courses
July 20, 2018


When you’re booking a golf holiday, where and how you will be playing the game are perhaps the most important aspects of your trip. This list will give you a lovely overview of resorts all across Europe that feature world-class championship courses for you to try your hand at. Read on, and get green with envy that you’re not already on these fabulous greens. Grand Resort Bad Ragaz, Switzerland What are you in the mood for – playing nine holes at the Executive Course or 18 at the PGA Championship Course? You can find it all at Grand Resort Bad Ragaz, a resort known for its two greens.... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

66. Follow the Jack Niklaus Golf Trail in Spain
July 20, 2018


Calling all golfers! Looking for a challenge? Something signature? In the mood to win a championship? Courses at Jack Nicklaus Golf Trail can suit all of these needs and more. Not only are they high quality and immaculately maintained, their design is also absolutely phenomenal. In fact, the variety of experiences you have on these six greens perfectly complement one another – so much so that this region of Spain has become one of the most important and sought after golf destinations in all of Europe. Read on and see three of the best courses to play on this fantastic trail. Who knows? B... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

67. Raise the Roof on a Music Tour to Paris
July 19, 2018


As a teacher, you’re probably constantly looking for new and innovative ways of inspiring your students. If you’re thinking of taking your class abroad, why not plan a school trip to Paris? A music tour to the City of Lights would be an experience they’d never forget. Why Plan a Music Tour? A school trip to Paris offers many tremendous learning opportunities for students. It can: 1. Boost students’ confidence by having them perform to a new audience daily. 2. Allow them to grow as performers by taking on the challenge of adapting to new rehearsal and performance spaces. 3. Broaden... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

68. Fast, Fun and Flamboyant: Ma´laga's Best Flamenco
July 19, 2018


Ma´laga is one of the most vibrant cities to visit on the infamous Costa del Sol in Spain. Visitors can expect to be immersed in a colourful collage of food, sun and, most importantly, dance! Yes, that’s right, Ma´laga is home to the magnificent art of flamenco dancing. The dance started in the city’s region of Andalucía over 500 years ago and has been going strong ever since. The mysterious dance has been popularised in film, TV, and books, but to really get to know it a trip to its original home is absolutely necessary. Before we begin exploring the best places to tap your feet and mor... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

69. The Best Restaurants Under the Sun... In Málaga
July 19, 2018


Málaga has undergone a revival in recent years to become a city of hipster bars and stunning food. The city, situated on the Costa del Sol in the Andalucía region of southern Spain, is enjoying a civilised Renaissance in fine culture. In the heart of the old town, chic bars and restaurants now vie for passing trade, while other areas of the city have simply upped their game. For example, the waterfront is now adorned with a variety of high-quality eateries mixed with fascinating museums that could easily help pass an afternoon away. The sun nearly always shines here, bringing a warm opti... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

70. Get a Nose for the Best Family Fun in Málaga!
July 19, 2018


While the most that many people see of Málaga is a view out of the window of one of the taxis from Málaga Airport on their way to a Costa del Sol resort, there is actually plenty in the city worth stopping for – particularly for families. In fact, there are so many child-friendly activities, free spaces for families to enjoy, and a wide range of restaurants with kids’ menus that it makes an ideal family holiday destination. Here are just some of the excellent child-friendly activities you can enjoy in the Costa del Sol’s beautiful capital. Splash Around on the Beach Of course, y... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

71. Discover the Hidden Heart of Málaga's Alternative Nightlife
July 19, 2018


Málaga is without doubt one of the finest party hubs on the Costa del Sol in Southern Spain. Swanky venues line the seafront inviting yacht faring travellers to disembark for the night. But there’s more to this city’s nightlife than neon signs and expensive cocktails. Hidden in the heart of the old town is a series of alternative offerings for the hipster at heart. By sidestepping the tourist trail, astute visitors can embark on an adventure of cutesy local bars, remarkable restaurants, and funky clubs. So if you’re a traveller who enjoys going off the beaten track to find hidden gems, you’re ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

72. Delve into the Surprising Culture of Málaga
July 19, 2018


If you’ve taken taxis from Málaga Airportin the past and dismissed the capital as a cultural wasteland based on the noisy tourists who throng the arrivals lounge, you’re missing out on a truly wonderful Spanish city. True, it was once a tourist hub for the Costa, appealing to the British-food/British-beer brigade, but not any more. Over the last twenty years the city has worked hard to put its ‘tourist hotspot’ past behind it and concentrate instead in focusing on its rich history and culture to draw in a more discerning visitor. Luckily for Málaga it has plenty of cultural gems to highl... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

73. A Cultural Mini Break in Magical, Medieval Bruges
July 19, 2018


If you have the flexibility to travel when you choose, visiting a popular destination such as Bruges midweek is the perfect way to avoid the crowds. The magical Belgian city makes for an ideal short break destination as it is accessible on foot, packed with history and culture and just a few hours away from home. A combination of ancient architecture and tranquil canals are at the heart of this Flanders town, and most of its sights can be taken in over just a couple of days in the city. Let’s explore what a midweek trip to medieval Bruges has to offer. Best Foot Forward All of B... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

74. Cherish the Cherry: Japan's Most Beloved Blossom
July 19, 2018


Japan is famous for its beautiful cherry blossom, which bursts into delicate colour across the country once a year. The fleeting nature of this floral phenomenon and its deep roots in the country’s history make it an unmissable event for all culture lovers. This article will reveal some of the traditions behind the world famous festivals, as well as the top destinations for you to experience the wonder for yourself. Behind the Blossom Cherry blossoms have a beautiful, if bittersweet, significance in Japan. The delicate flowers last only a couple of weeks and, because of this, have co... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

75. Romance by the Boatload: Cruise Lines Couples will Fall in Love With
July 19, 2018


If you and your sweetheart are looking for an opportunity to spice things up, an excellent choice would be taking a cruise. Not only do you get to anticipate the charms of your exotic destination, but you’ll also spend several days on board a luxurious ship designed to spoil you and provide you with the perfect setting to celebrate your love. Read on to find out about some of the best cruise lines to embark on a romantic journey with – you’ll be booking a room and investing in cruise travel insurance in no time. Viking Ocean This onboard experience takes you from quiet afternoon teas... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves



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