Post Brexit Travel

Government has said that the UK will leave the EU on the 31st of October. This means if you plan to holiday in Europe after this date, you’ll need to think about the effects this will have on your travels. Here are some useful points on how Brexit might affect your travel plans. Is your passport valid? Passport requirements when travelling to a country in the EU are changing. This means that you will need to: Have at least 6 months remaining on your passport (from the date you return) Have a passport that was issued within the last 10 […]

Discover Japan

The end of 2019 is jam-packed with sporting events in Japan as the Rugby World Cup runs through to the start of November and the Japanese Grand Prix takes place in October. Whether or not you’re lucky enough to be visiting for one of these events, we’ve got some top tips to make sure you make the most of your time in Japan and get the most out of your yen. Why visit? First and foremost, food! Japan is often regarded as the number one travel destination for foodies thanks to how they blend traditional and ultra-modern flavours, techniques and […]

Mykonos Travel Tips

Greece has long been a hotspot for holidaymakers thanks to its blend of picturesque beaches, warm weather, and rich history. The tricky part of visiting Greece is actually deciding where to go, with so many beautiful islands dotted around its already popular mainland. Mykonos has established itself as one of the most popular Greek islands, as its wide range of beaches, lively nightlife and stunning traditional Greek architecture seem too good to refuse for jet setters. When’s the best time to visit Mykonos? Whilst Mykonos’ peak season runs from mid-July through to the end of August, if you’re looking to […]

🇭🇷 Discover Croatia 🇭🇷

A small and beautiful country in Eastern Europe, Croatia is a great choice for your next holiday. Whether you like bustling cities, national parks or historical architecture, Croatia is ideal if you want a varied trip and some sunshine. When’s the best time to visit Croatia? Whilst July and August are the busiest times to visit Croatia, September may be your best bet if you want to miss the crowds but still enjoy warm temperatures of up to 26℃. So you can enjoy a dip in glorious Adriatic waters with a little more peace and quiet! Experience the romantic city […]

Making the most of it: Budapest for the Hungarian Grand Prix

If you haven’t visited Budapest before, then pack your bags and fasten your seatbelts: the Hungarian Grand Prix takes place just 20km away each summer and it makes for a great excuse to visit Hungary’s capital city. If you’re Budapest-bound for race day, on Sunday 4th August this year, then you can combine the speed, engineering and glamour of Formula 1 with a couple of days of sightseeing. In fact, even if fast cars don’t interest you at all, you should still find an excuse to spend a weekend in the Pearl of the Danube. Either way, here’s some of […]

Making the most of it: Nîmes for the Tour de France

If you crave a roadside view of this year’s Tour de France, but don’t want to join the crowds at the mountain sections or at the hectic Paris finish, then head to Nîmes, in south-eastern France. In fact, even if you couldn’t care two hoots about the Tour or cycling, you should still put this historical city high up on your travel wish list. Dubbed the ‘French Rome’, it provides a base to explore France’s stunning and often overlooked Languedoc Roussillon region. Whatever your reason for visiting, here is a taster of what Nîmes has to offer. Watch the Tour […]

The robots are coming – and they want to improve your business trip

From cheaper flights and more accurate information on travel disruption, to robot butlers who can find you the best sushi in town, artificial intelligence (AI) is being used to make business travellers’ lives easier. So let’s take an AI-powered journey through your next business trip, from booking your ticket to arriving at your hotel. Book your ticket and pack your bags Several booking sites and airlines are using AI to help tailor and cut costs on travel bookings. Among them, the Hopper flight booking app claims to predict airfare prices with 95% accuracy up to one year in advance, creating […]

Four hours in Brussels: tips for time-starved travellers

From world-class beer and chocolate to architectural treasures and green spaces, Brussels has so much more to offer than just political institutions and its surprisingly popular peeing boy statue. So, if you find yourself in the Belgian capital with just a few hours to spare – perhaps while waiting for a connecting flight, Eurostar train or after a business meeting – how can you squeeze the most of that precious time? Drink some beer Let’s cut straight to it – if you’re a beer lover, Brussels is the place for you. One recommendation we received on our Facebook page in […]

Four hours in Singapore: tips for time-starved travellers

If you had just four hours to spend in Singapore, what would you do? Four hours may not sound like much, but a brief morning or afternoon may be all you have if you’re on a stop-over in the city-state, or have a bit of spare time on a business trip. Thankfully, while you could easily fill a much longer break, Singapore lends itself well to short stays. It’s small and most key attractions are within walking distance of one of the stops on its modern, cheap and speedy MRT (mass rapid transit) rail network. So, let’s consider how to […]

First time cruiser: tips to get the most out of your trip

Why spend your holiday in just one place when you can effortlessly visit several countries on the same trip? That’s part of the appeal of a cruise: everything is right there in front of you, ready to enjoy. You go to bed and often wake up to find you’ve arrived at a new port in a new country. But as seasoned cruisers know only too well, reaching cruise nirvana requires a fair bit of planning. So, if you’re planning your first cruise, here are some tips from experienced cruisers to ensure you have the most enjoyable trip possible, at a […]