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Visiting the stunning Lake Baikal

image by: Piero Sierra  When we look for our holidays, the same places always seem to crop up. A lot of people do not like to stray too far when going abroad and will go to the same places year on year. This can be nice as you get to know places better and get more comfortable with the locals, culture, language and cuisine, but it can become a little boring doing the same things again and [Continue Reading]

5 Hot Trends in Green Travel

Did you know that carbon emissions from airplane travel have increased by almost 90% over the past 20 years? This dramatic increase is not only indicative of the environmental impact that humans have when they travel, but also of the impact that our various modes of transportation have – especially when there are significantly greener options available. Many companies, including some of the [Continue Reading]

The 5 Most Romantic Cities for Couples to Visit

If you are looking to escape the everyday routine for a romantic and memorable trip, look no further than these 5 romantic spots. When deciding upon a romantic location for you and your love, you want to find a location that will offer unique dining, spectacular views, plenty of activities and shops, as well as a comfortable vibe. Here are 5 of the most romantic cities for couples to visit. No [Continue Reading]

Top 5 Inspirational Travel Destinations

Thinking of getting away? Do you have the itch? Feeling the wanderlust? Perhaps it is time to take a vacation. We all know we need it, and now that it’s summer, there is no better time to book your arrangements. Before you do, however, you might want to consider a few of the very best travel destinations. Yet, if you want to really get the most out of your getaway – if you really want [Continue Reading]

Car Rental in Majorca on Holiday

The Spanish Balearic Islands is a popular holiday destination for many European holidaymakers, with over 10 million people choosing this small group of islands for their holiday in 2011. The majority of these tourists go to the larger island of Majorca, which has been famous with visitors for a long time. There are some cheap holidays to Majorca, and there is everything that you could want here. [Continue Reading]

5 Tips for Managing Chronic Pain When You Travel

Traveling these days is pretty uncomfortable. Planes are cramped, dry and without most of the amenities that used to make it fun. Trains aren’t as reliable as they should be, and most of them are stripped of all but the most basic creature comforts. Buses break down as often as they maintain their schedule, and always seem to be hot and smelly regardless of the weather outside the windows. [Continue Reading]

Top 5 Rustic and Outdoorsy Vacation Destinations

If you are planning to get away this summer, you might want to choose a more bucolic option. There are a number of destinations for people who love the outdoors, or for people that are trying to love the outdoors. There is nothing like spending a few days in nature – with leaves crackling beneath your feet, birds chirping, trees cracking and perhaps even the sound of a babbling brook. [Continue Reading]

Top 5 Summer Travel Tips for Seniors

Just because you are of advanced age doesn’t mean you can’t still enjoy the summer. Fun in the sun isn’t just reserved for the young and carefree – older generations can still go on adventures that would give most young people a run for their money. Seniors might need a little extra preparation, but once all the details are taken care of, they are ready to go. However, it [Continue Reading]

The Pros and Cons of Traveling Solo

Traveling alone can seem like a romantic prospect – even if it’s just you out there in the great wide open. Yet, these days traveling alone can have some daunting challenges, especially if you aren’t prepared. In the old days you could get on your horse and head straight for the North Star, but in a world of cybercrime and identity theft, it can be hard to feel safe anywhere that [Continue Reading]

Tips for safe car journeys with your dog

Car journeys can be a stressful experience- for both you and your dog! However, they are often unavoidable, especially with the holiday season upon us. A long, hot car journey isn’t a lot of fun for anyone- especially for those with shaggy coats! Just like humans, some dogs travel much better than others but by following these simple tips you should be able to hit the road with confidence. [Continue Reading]