Olden cruise port in the Norwegian Fjords

Destination Of the Month – Norwegian Fjords

The Norwegian Fjords is a great place for cruises year-round as more and more people are realising that there is more to cruising than sunny destinations like the Mediterranean. A Norwegian cruise offers a unique cultural adventure, stunning scenery, brilliant wildlife and lots more, depending on which season you choose to go. When is the Best Time to do a Norwegian Fjord’s Cruise? We had a look around to see what the different seasons has on offer in Norway. Although most people prefer going in summer when there are long sunny days, each season offers something unique and different. Spring Time Spring is a very good time to visit Norway […]

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Atlantis the Palm Dubai

Destination of the Month- Dubai

With its opulent ‘seven star’ hotels and man-made islands built in the shape of palm trees, Dubai, a city and emirate in the UAE (United Arab Emirates) is known as an oasis for luxury travellers with extra money to burn.  This cosmopolitan city is a mecca for duty free shopping as well as offering gorgeous beaches and plush resorts. It is a Top Tourist Attraction for luxury shopping, cutting edge architecture and a very lively nightlife scene. The Top 3 Sites Include: Burj Khalifa, an 830m-tall tower, dominates the skyscraper-filled skyline. It has a massive fountain at its feet called the Dubai Fountain, with jets and lights choreographed to music. […]

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New York City

5 Reasons Why We Love New York

New York, the city that never sleeps, is one of the most bucket listed cities and definitely one of our firm favourites.  What’s not to love with the high energy and 24/7 activity?  Sometimes refer to as the Capital of the World, there is always something to do or see, no matter the hour. New York is One of the Most Tourist Friendly Cities While many European cities like Venice and Dubrovnik are starting to complain about ‘tourist takeover’, New Yorkers still love tourists.  Even though the city is extremely busy, the locals are very friendly towards tourists and don’t mind helping out when you’re lost or in a pinch. […]

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Mountain lake Lago di Garda

Destination of the Month: Lake Garda

With its gorgeous coastline on the north and village and vineyards in the South, it’s easy to see why the picturesque Lake Garda is so popular with tourists in Italy. Nestled below snow-capped mountains and fairy-tale medieval castles, this is a magical destination offering a diverse landscape. Discovering the Magic of Lake Garda, the Essence of Italy Lake Garda comes in at more than 50km long and 15km wide and is easy to explore via ferries and river cruises, which is often linked to a trip to the picture postcard town of Venice. The lake offers an endless source of holiday activities and the expanse of water and varied countryside […]

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Dubrovnik Old Town

Port of the Month: Dubrovnik

Croatia is a hugely underrated destination that’s somewhat off the beaten track compared to more popular Mediterranean holiday hotspots such as Spain and the Balearics. If you’re looking for somewhere that’s got all the weather of Spain’s coastlines yet more history than the cultural capitals of the world all rolled into one, once named the ‘Pearl of the Adriatic’ by Byron, Dubrovnik is most definitely the place for you. If you want a taste of Croatia as part of a larger trip, you’re in luck as Dubrovnik is one of the best Eastern Mediterranean cruise ports, meaning the destination is included as part of various cruise routes in the area […]

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Nasau

Best Caribbean Islands

The Caribbean is known for its bright blue skies, warm crystal clear waters and laid back lifestyle. If you’re considering a trip to the Caribbean, whether as a cruise package or a few weeks in the sun, here are our favorite Caribbean islands to visit. Nassau As the capital of the Bahamas, Nassau is a popular destination for holidaymakers who want sun, sea and sand – even the blue and yellow stripes on their flag represent the sandy beaches and ocean waves – but it also retains a taste of Europe thanks to still being a member of the British Commonwealth. Nassau is a common first port of call on […]

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