Best family ski resorts with short transfers

  • 28 Nov, 2015
  • Will Davies
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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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The best Christmas Markets you should visit this year!

  • 27 Nov, 2015
  • Alice Fowler
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Christmas Markets

Are we allowed to mention the C-word yet? It’s almost December, so we’re going for it! Today we are talking about Christmas markets! There’s music playing, you can smell the mulled wine and the sweet treats, you’re wrapped up nice and warm… nothing beats the atmosphere of a proper Christmas market so we’ve brought you our list of the best ones! If you’re thinking about popping over to the continent to do some Christmas shopping, here are our favourite markets:

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These hilarious airport search terms will have you crying with laughter!

  • 26 Nov, 2015
  • Alice Fowler
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We took a look at the on-site search on the Heathrow Airport Guide and found these search terms that will have you cracking up!

Award for the Best Brand Misspelling:

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A guide to Amsterdam and just beyond

  • 25 Nov, 2015
  • Will Davies
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Canal houses in Amsterdam

The capital city of the Netherlands has become a thriving tourist hotspot and attracts tourists from all corners of the globe, around 5 million each year in fact! It’s hard to name a capital city in Europe that can compete with Amsterdam’s diversity; in just 20 minutes you can walk from Europe’s epicentre of ‘Naughtiness’, The Red Light District, to Vondelpark and find yourself in 120 acres of beautiful vegetation, winding paths and large ponds. In this short guide of the city we look at where to stay, things to do and the best times of year to visit. Enjoy!

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Using Airports with Sensory Impairments

  • 24 Nov, 2015
  • Franki Napolitano
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sensory impairments

Navigating your way through an airport can be intimidating at the best of times; large crowds with multiple conversations at once and rows of flickering,  fluorescent flight boards can be a bit much for some. But what about those that those that don’t, or can’t experience these things? How different is the journey through an airport for a passenger that is hard of hearing or visually impaired? And what do UK Airports do to support those with Using Airports with sensory impairments?

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