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10 things you need to do in Belgium: chocolate, comics, castles and more - lonelyplanet.com - Belgium - Britain - city Brussels
lonelyplanet.com
24.05.2024 / 19:47

10 things you need to do in Belgium: chocolate, comics, castles and more

The land of golden beers, decadent chocolates and fluffy waffles, Belgium tempts you with its culinary delights. And its charm extends far beyond mere gastronomy. 

There’s One Major Airline You Couldn’t Find on Google Flights—Until Now - afar.com - Jordan
afar.com
23.05.2024 / 20:35

There’s One Major Airline You Couldn’t Find on Google Flights—Until Now

Big news from Southwest Airlines this week as the airline changed a long-standing policy and allowed its fares to be listed on a third-party website for the first time. Travelers will now be able to find Southwest flight pricing and details on Google Flights, a move the carrier calls a “pilot partnership.”

Otis Harbor Springs brings first-of-ots-kind luxury to the storied Northern Michigan resort town it calls home - traveldailynews.com - Israel - state Michigan - city Chicago - city Detroit - county Lake - city Downtown
traveldailynews.com
22.05.2024 / 11:55

Otis Harbor Springs brings first-of-ots-kind luxury to the storied Northern Michigan resort town it calls home

OTIS Harbor Springs is the inaugural σhotel project for Israel Hernandez and Ty Humpert, with Daniel Caudill, former Creative Director of Shinola, tapped to lead brand design.

A Hawaiian wedding planner shares 4 insider tips for planning a wedding on the pricey island - insider.com - Usa - city New York - state Alaska - state Hawaii - city San Francisco - Hawaiian
insider.com
22.05.2024 / 11:25

A Hawaiian wedding planner shares 4 insider tips for planning a wedding on the pricey island

With wedding season around the corner, there are a number of decisions to make about the theme, guest list size, and, of course, location. In 2023, 62% of weddings in Hawaii were between non-residents, according to preliminary government data. The state is a popular destination wedding spot for its luscious greenery, picturesque views, and beautiful weather, but how do you decide if it's right for you?

Share a tip on your favourite UK national park – you could win a holiday voucher - theguardian.com - Britain - Scotland
theguardian.com
20.05.2024 / 12:51

Share a tip on your favourite UK national park – you could win a holiday voucher

This year marks the 75th anniversary of the National Parks and Access to the Countryside Act 1949, which secured access for everyone to some of our wildest and most beautiful places. There are now 15 national parks across the UK, covering a staggering variety of landscapes, from the heather-clad uplands of the Cairngorms in Scotland to the chalky grasslands of the South Downs, England’s newest national park. We’d love to hear about your favourite beauty spots and outdoor activities, whether it be paddling the tranquil waterways of the Norfolk Broads or birdwatching on the craggy Pembrokeshire coast.

A Guide to the Swartland, South Africa's Most Underrated Wine Region - cntraveler.com - South Africa - city Cape Town
cntraveler.com
18.05.2024 / 14:29

A Guide to the Swartland, South Africa's Most Underrated Wine Region

An hour north of Cape Town, the Swartland, one of the largest wine-producing areas in the Western Cape, doesn’t receive nearly the same attention as its polished neighbors in the Cape Winelands; the clean-cut vineyards of Stellenbosch, Paarl, and Franschhoek, where a hop-on, hop-off wine tram runs through the valley. Instead, the Swartland is the opposite of a wine tourism hub, with dirt roads carving through golden wheat fields that form a pattern of stripes along the foothills of Paardeberg mountain. Along the highway, carefully stacked hay bales form a makeshift café—one of the sole roadside stops—and the only pop of color punctuating the blonde, desert-like expanse (which could double as a backdrop for a Clint Eastwood film) comes from the patchwork of old-bush vines and olive groves. After the winter rains, the native rhinoceros bush takes on an inky hue, which is how the Swartland (Afrikaans for “black land”) earned its name.

‘Keep it in your heart’: You could be arrested for taking sand from the beach on this Italian island - euronews.com - Germany - France - Italy
euronews.com
17.05.2024 / 22:47

‘Keep it in your heart’: You could be arrested for taking sand from the beach on this Italian island

Several tourists have already been caught smuggling sand, stones and archaeological remains from the Italian island of Sardinia this year. 

You Could Be Traveling Underwater Between Africa And Europe By 2030 - forbes.com - Spain - Morocco - Gibraltar - Eu - France - Britain - South Africa - city Madrid - Egypt - Tunisia
forbes.com
16.05.2024 / 20:19

You Could Be Traveling Underwater Between Africa And Europe By 2030

It's been 30 years since two workers, one French, one English, dug through an undersea wall and met for the first time in what would become the Channel Tunnel, linking continental Europe with the U.K. via a land route.

Tell us about a garden in Europe – you could win a holiday voucher - theguardian.com - Spain - Britain - county Florence
theguardian.com
15.05.2024 / 11:29

Tell us about a garden in Europe – you could win a holiday voucher

From the Renaissance splendour and symmetry of the Boboli gardens in Florence to the trickling fountains and rose gardens of the Alhambra in Spain, Europe has no shortage of “must see” gardens, but a tranquil escape from the tourist crowds they are not. Instead, we’d love to hear about your favourite “secret gardens” in continental Europe; oases of green that offer cool respite from a busy sightseeing itinerary and where you won’t be jostling for elbow room with coach parties of tourists. It could be a leafy public park, the grounds of a museum or gallery, or a botanical garden that turned into an unexpected highlight of your trip.

Saudia Holidays to help open Middle Eastern Market to Jamaica - breakingtravelnews.com - Jamaica
breakingtravelnews.com
14.05.2024 / 08:55

Saudia Holidays to help open Middle Eastern Market to Jamaica

Discussions are underway to strengthen the relationship between Jamaica and Saudia Holidays, the official tour operator of Saudia Airlines that operates flights to over 100 destinations in the Middle East, Africa, Asia, Europe and North America. Minister of Tourism, Hon Edmund Bartlett lead the discussions on Tuesday with his Senior Tourism team and head of Saudia Holidays, Omar Kwarjah. “Getting an arrangement in place with Saudia Holidays is critical to enabling us to promote the destination and fill airline seats through the multiple code sharing partnerships available.

Is Travel Insurance Refundable? Here’s Everything You Need To Know - forbes.com - New Zealand
forbes.com
11.05.2024 / 12:55

Is Travel Insurance Refundable? Here’s Everything You Need To Know

Peter Hoagland always checks to see if his travel insurance is refundable. That's because anything can happen between the time you book your vacation and when you leave — and because travel insurance isn't always refundable.

Where Locals Go: Our NYC staff share their favorite nearby getaways - lonelyplanet.com - New York - city New York - city Every
lonelyplanet.com
10.05.2024 / 17:05

Where Locals Go: Our NYC staff share their favorite nearby getaways

"Where locals go" is our series featuring under-the-radar holiday destinations that are often overlooked by visitors but cherished by locals. In this edition, our NYC experts showcase their favorite holiday spots at home.

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