Greece prepares for another outbreak of West Nile virus

With the summer holiday season just around the corner, British holidaymakers travelling to Greece are being warned of a potential West Nile virus outbreak.

Re-use, re-fill and refuse to ruin our planet

Over the past few years, an increased awareness in single-use plastics and sustainable tourism has created a demand for responsible holidays.

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5 holiday scams and how to avoid them

Summer is upon us; despite the dismal weather we appear to have been graced with recently. With the UK expecting yet more rainfall over the next few days…

Severe delays for road and rail users following heavy rainfall

Overnight much of the UK was subjected to heavy downpours which have caused major disruption on roads and railways this morning.

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One too many tipples at the airport could leave you with an £80,000 fine or a lifetime airline ban

For the majority of holidaymakers, the flight is safe, enjoyable and most importantly, uneventful. But for those who are unlucky enough to be faced with drunk and disorderly behaviour, we have good news.

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BA Check-in-crisis – What compensation can you get?

British Airways (BA) suffered another serious systems failure when a technical fault caused flight delays and the BA online check-in system malfunctioned causing chaos…

  

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St. James’s Gate gets a rainbow makeover as Dublin prepares for Pride

The iconic gates of the St. James’s Gate Brewery in Dublin have been painted the colours of rainbow, the symbol for Pride. The home of Guinness is showing it’s support…

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Eight Tips for Surviving a Long-Haul Flight

You’re flying long-haul which must mean you’re heading off somewhere exotic, right?! The holiday may be worth it, but once you have endured eight, or so, hours…

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Holidaymakers’ warned to take extreme care in Mexico this summer

As summer approaches, the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) has issued warnings of violence in the popular tourist destination, Mexico.

Category: International Travel

How to Brexit-proof your summer holiday

With summer holiday season just around the corner, Theresa May due to resign as Prime Minister on the 7th June 2019 and another Brexit negotiation…

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Tornadoes rip through the US and more are expected

Eight US states including Ohio, Illinois and Indiana have been hit by suspected tornadoes and twisters.

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Sri Lanka Travel Advice – what are my options?

The Foreign and Commonwealth Office is currently advising against all but essential travel to Sri Lanka. More than 250 people were killed in the Easter Sunday bombings carried out by the Islamic State.

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Thomas Cook announces huge profit loss and Brexit is to blame

Travel giant, Thomas Cook has announced a profit warning this week after reporting a £1.5 billion-pound half year loss.

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Unexpected strike closes Brussels Airport

Chaos has descended on Brussels Airport as air traffic control workers walk out unexpectedly.

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Popular Spanish Resort Bans Mobility Scooters

Every year sun-seekers, families and party animals flock to the Spanish seaside resort of Benidorm, but the decision to ban mobility scooters could have a detrimental impact for many.

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Popular Spanish Resort Bans Mobility Scooters

Every year sun-seekers, families and party animals flock to the Spanish seaside resort of Benidorm, but the decision to ban mobility scooters could have a detrimental impact for many.

Category: International Travel

5 of the Best Wellbeing Retreats in the UK

In a world fuelled by technology and the expectation to be constantly available it can be difficult to find time just for you.

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How to make sure you are not stranded abroad this summer

The cost of medical treatment abroad can stem anywhere from a few hundred pounds…

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EasyJet and British Airways cancel flights as French Air Traffic Control Strikes begin

The first French air-traffic control strike commences today and hundreds of flights have been cancelled. Workers will strike from 7pm local time today until 6am on Friday 10th May.

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Travel chaos expected as airport strikes across Italy and France commence

Passengers due to travel to Italy or France for the Bank Holiday weekend could have their holiday plans turned upside down as airport strikes commence.

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Bali Volcano – Are you covered?

Thousands of tourists are stranded on the Indonesian island of Bali as the airport remains closed for a second day. The popular tourist destination saw the volcano dispensing smoke…