The best ski resorts for beginners, nightlife and families!

  • 27 Jan, 2016
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With a plethora of destinations across Europe, visiting a ski resort couldn’t be easier.  Each and every one of them will offer something a little different and cater to varying levels of skier, so there will be something to suit everyone.

Today the Ski Club of Great Britain offers their suggestions on some of the main resorts across Europe, focusing on those that are family friendly, ski resorts for beginners and those that offer a little more nightlife. Read More

Meet the Travel Team behind #BlogVember

  • 30 Nov, 2015
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Throughout November we’ve brought you laughter, serious subject matter, excellent travel advice, and more. We’ve thoroughly enjoyed writing these articles and we hope you’ve equally enjoyed reading them!

To bring it all together, we thought we would give you a little insight into who has been behind these blogs! Read More

Best family ski resorts with short transfers

  • 28 Nov, 2015
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Family ski down slope

Great ski schools and fun activities can be the makings of a fabulous family skiing holiday. But the airport transfer also counts; you’ve driven to the airport, gotten parked and finally got everyone on the plane… The last thing you need is a lengthy journey to the resort once you’ve landed.

We’ve asked the ski experts at SNO.co.uk for their five favourite family ski resorts – that don’t take hours to get to!

Ridding your trip of “are-we-nearly-there-yets” and with all the necessities to make a week on the slopes amazing for all ages, these are the pick of the crop in the big ski nations.

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Biggest sporting cities in the World

  • 18 Nov, 2015
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Fans take their seats at the Nou Camp

London

Arguably the biggest sporting city in the world, Londoners show a real passion for sport and most are very knowledgeable on a wide variety of sports. The capital city is currently home to 6 Premier League clubs and the national football team regularly play at Wembley Stadium, which has a capacity of an impressive 90,000 fans, although the old Wembley was reported to hold (unofficially) 200,000! The city also boasts host to what is undoubtedly the biggest professional Tennis tournament in the world; Wimbledon might be one of four grand slams but it’s still the only tournament to be played on grass and we probably shouldn’t forget to mention the cool £27,000,000 prize money that’s up for grabs.

Rugby is huge in the city and Twickenham played host to the final of the 2015 Rugby World Cup. London club teams include Harlequins and Saracens, with London Irish currently playing in Reading. Running fanatics from all over the world flock to London during April for the London Marathon, which is open to both amateurs and professionals. Finally, you can’t talk about sport in London without mentioning one of the nation’s favourite sport, Cricket, and London is home to two of the finest grounds around, Lords and the Oval.

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A weekend away in Poland

  • 16 Nov, 2015
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You fancy a weekend away but you’re on a bit of a budget. There are plenty of options to choose from, but our colleague Rob tells you why Poland should be your destination of choice.

Located in the heart of central Europe, Poland is a country with access to the Baltic Sea in the north (sharing its coast line with Germany in the West and and a Russian enclave – Kaliningrad Oblast – in the East), and a vast mountain range in the south. So depending on the season, you can either enjoy yourself on one of the sandy beaches in the summer or have fun skiing and snowboarding in the winter. Read More