The Easter break, the Summer holidays and wedding season are all looming, which might mean you’ve got a holiday or Stag or Hen Do on the cards. These are exciting times for sure, but what happens if you want to travel after Brexit on March 29th? We’ve looked into what considerations you’ll need to make, what happens to your passport, those all important data roaming fees and more to give you a well rounded view on how to prepare… Read More
Wherever your travels take you across the world, it’s that time of year where the lights are up and airports around the globe are looking that extra bit decorative for one month of the year. The aim is to help nudge passengers that little bit closer to the festive spirit, and we hope that you get to see some of these destinations first hand! However if your travels don’t take you through an airport this December, look no further than a round up of the best dressed sites around the world!
Black Friday marks the beginning of Christmas Shopping and this year it falls on Friday 23rd November. Ho, Ho, Ho and a shopping bag of goodies!
How do you get the best deal?
According to research done by Skyscanner, the cheapest time to book is the ‘post lunch slump at 2pm’. So after you come back from your lunch break, take a cheeky browse and bag the trip of a lifetime!
The thought of travelling conjures many emotions; you’d usually associate it with happiness and excitement, however, when you’re disabled or a person with reduced mobility (PRM), those feelings can quickly turn to apprehension and nerves. One of the biggest worries is how to get from your wheelchair and into your airplane seat in a dignified and comfortable way, as sometimes it doesn’t go too smoothly… Read More
Holidays can be some of the best times of your life; strolling down the beach with your partner, enjoying dinner out with friends and family and creating fond memories to look back on!
Sadly for some travellers, it isn’t always as straightforward as that.
In some countries where homosexuality is still prosecuted, holding hands with your boyfriend in public can become a political statement, getting through security can be scary and having drinks with friends can be met with hostility.
We’re here to offer some advice about LGBTQ+ friendly destinations, how to get through the airport and what worldwide events are a must see. It’s all thanks to a survey we sent out in 2018 to ask our readers about their experiences and what tips they’d like to pass on. Read More