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Backpacking From UK To Greece

Backpacking from the UK to Greece can be a great experience, but takes some forward planning. One of the best ways to tackle the route is to cross from the UK to France, before making your way through Germany and Austria, and into Eastern Europe’s Hungary, Romania and Bulgaria. Taking this route allows you to see a big chunk of Western and Eastern Europe en route to Greece, and can take [Continue Reading]

Why Should You Visit Crete's Samaria Gorge?

This article looks at Samaria Gorge, one of the most popular tourist destinations in the whole of Crete, and why you should visit there during a holiday to the island. Samaria Gorge Samaria Gorge itself is the central part of the White Mountains national park, although it is usually referred to and is known as the Samaria national park. Not only is the gorge a gruelling 16km hike, it is also [Continue Reading]

Knowing All about The Holy Piligrimage of Saint James

Pilgrimages consist of devout practitioners of the faith going on a long journey to seek out spiritual peace and fulfillment.  As cliché as it may sound, it’s a path that is less likely to be traveled by very many people.  These individuals would rather stick to their usual routines of going out on the weekends, partying with their friends or going on a vacation to [Continue Reading]

What Animals can you see on a Kakadu Tour?

Kakadu National Park is located in the Northern Territory of Australia and is about 170km southeast of Darwin. The park was officially designated in 1978 and covers an area of 19,804km² stretching around 200km from north to south and about 100km from east to west. The name is actually a mispronunciation of the Aboriginal word “Gaagudju”. The area is very diverse in wildlife with [Continue Reading]

Tips for Renting a Villa in the Algarve with Friends

If you are planning on renting a villa in the Algarve for your holiday this year, why not consider teaming up with another family and sharing a large holiday home? Sharing a villa rental with another couple or another family can be a great way to save money on your holiday. Splitting the cost of the rental means that you will be able to stay in a larger and more luxurious place in a better [Continue Reading]

A 7 Day Itinerary of Guatemala

Guatemala is a land of ancient cultures, rich history and fascinating cities to explore. From the vibrant streets of Guatemala City to the Mayan ruins of Tikal, Guatemala offers a wealth of exotic and spectacular locations. A 7 day trip to the country isn’t enough time to see all of its breath-taking sights, but just enough to see its main attractions.  The country is fairly easy to [Continue Reading]

Some Less Obvious Holiday Destinations In Europe

If you are thinking of travelling to Europe then no doubt you are going over the normal destinations in your mind – which probably include the big capitals such as Paris, Rome and London, or the more famous smaller destinations that have particular architecture or particular sights such as Venice. However if that's all you're considering then you are missing out on hundreds of other great [Continue Reading]

Traveling Through Spain - Five of the Most Popular Train Routes

The Spanish rail network is pretty extensive and with a simple map anyone can decide on a plan of action.  There are a variety of tickets that can be bought and huge discounts are available for anyone choosing to make multiple journeys either purely in Spain or in Spain and elsewhere in Europe.  If you are planning to head to Spain and aren’t sure where to start check out the [Continue Reading]

2 Easy Tips To Save You Money On Checked Baggage Fees

One of the most important things to consider when traveling is how much it will cost to get to your destination.  It is quite easy to figure out the price of a roundtrip air ticket to and from your destination, but the hidden fees are often overlooked.  This can be a problem if you’re traveling on a tight budget, and baggage fees are really easy to overlook. Airline baggage fees [Continue Reading]

Planes Trains And Automobiles -5 Cheap Ways Of Getting To Edinburgh

Edinburgh has an almost otherworldly draw to it. Whether you have lived there and moved away, or even if you have never been it has something special about it that makes it somewhere where you want to be, you want to live and you want to call home. Understandably then people often want to get to Edinburgh with increasing regularity and in the best possible way without necessarily spending a ton [Continue Reading]