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Getting drunk, using both armrests, and standing up during turbulence are among the most annoying things you can do on a plane, a pollster found - insider.com - Netherlands - Japan - Usa
insider.com
11.06.2024 / 16:41

Getting drunk, using both armrests, and standing up during turbulence are among the most annoying things you can do on a plane, a pollster found

If you want a harmonious plane journey, best not let your kids play in the aisle, get drunk, or watch a movie without headphones, an online survey from pollster YouGov found.

Short-stay Schengen visa costs are going up from June: Here’s what you need to know - euronews.com - Iceland - Norway - Eu - Switzerland - Australia - Ireland - Britain - Usa - South Africa - China - Canada - India - Bulgaria - Cyprus - Pakistan - Romania - Sri Lanka
euronews.com
11.06.2024 / 07:53

Short-stay Schengen visa costs are going up from June: Here’s what you need to know

The cost of a Schengen visa is going up this June, the European Commission has confirmed.

Mauritius, at the crossroads of culture - euronews.com - Netherlands - France - Portugal - Britain - China - India - city Chinatown - Mauritius
euronews.com
09.06.2024 / 22:35

Mauritius, at the crossroads of culture

Centuries of migration and colonial influences have shaped the island of Mauritius to make it one of the fascinating countries on earth.

Le Boat and Groupe Beneteau Make Waves With New 10-Year Partnership - breakingtravelnews.com - Netherlands - Germany - France - Poland - Usa
breakingtravelnews.com
07.06.2024 / 07:29

Le Boat and Groupe Beneteau Make Waves With New 10-Year Partnership

Self-drive boating holidays redefined A new agreement between Le Boat and Groupe Beneteau under their Delphia brand in Poland will see Europe’s largest boat rental company invest over £100m into its international fleet over the next ten years. The deal will ensure travellers have an even greater range of options to choose from when planning their self-drive boating holidays and provides innovation to the current charter market as it stands. Of the 400 new Delphia boats slated to be built over the coming decade for Le Boat, 100 will be made in the next three years, including at least 25 in 2025. These orders will be a combination of the current Horizon range, plus 34 of a premium new one to two cabin boat, aptly named “Liberty” which will be launched in 2025. As part of the Luxury range, designed for premium comfort,  these new superior boats will be found on the canals and water ways of France including, Brittany, Lot, Alsace, Burgundy, Loire-Nivernais, Midi and the Camargue as well as the Thames, Germany and the Netherlands.

The Best New Hotel Restaurants in the World - cntraveler.com - Netherlands - France - Japan - state California - city Charleston - city Tokyo
cntraveler.com
04.06.2024 / 13:01

The Best New Hotel Restaurants in the World

While we often celebrate our favorite hotels around the world, we rarely spotlight the spaces within the hotel that make the property shine. Often, these are the areas—the bars, the restaurant, the rooftops and more—that become destinations unto themselves, pulling in a devoted set of locals to help turn a hotel into a place that residents use, too. So, as an extension of our recently released 2024 Hot List of the best new hotels in the world, we are highlighting the best new hotel restaurants, spas, and bars, as picked by our editors. Below, the hotel restaurants that compete with the best places to eat, anywhere—and the dishes you can't miss.

‘Pillars, pergolas, palms and pines’: readers’ favourite gardens in Europe - theguardian.com - Netherlands - Italy - Portugal - Japan - city Lisbon - city Madrid - North Korea - city Hague
theguardian.com
03.06.2024 / 12:45

‘Pillars, pergolas, palms and pines’: readers’ favourite gardens in Europe

Varenna is the perfect Italian village, from its hilltop castle to the shore of Lake Como. Easily accessible by train or ferry, it is host to a spectacular botanic garden. The meandering Passeggiata degli Innamorati – the Lovers’ Footpath – brings you in 20 minutes from the ferry to Villa Monastero (entry €10, open March-November). With pillars and pergolas, palm trees and pines framing views of the deep blue lake and mountains beyond, scented by citrus and herbs, the garden is one of the most beautiful places I’ve ever visited. And there’s a bar. Perfect happiness.Maartje Scheltens

Hubby launches eSIM in the UK travel market - traveldailynews.com - Netherlands - city Amsterdam - Germany - Eu - Belgium - Britain - Usa - Turkey - Thailand
traveldailynews.com
29.05.2024 / 13:04

Hubby launches eSIM in the UK travel market

Hubby launches eSIM in the UK, On The Beach is its first UK partner.

What makes Bonaire stand out as a holiday/travel destination in the Caribbean - traveldailynews.com - Spain - Netherlands - Washington - city Washington
traveldailynews.com
29.05.2024 / 13:01

What makes Bonaire stand out as a holiday/travel destination in the Caribbean

Bonaire stands out as a holiday destination in the Caribbean for several unique reasons.

Freda Akullu, Tom R. Butime and Lily Ajarova meet Alain St.Ange - traveldailynews.com - Eu - Seychelles - Uganda - county Grant
traveldailynews.com
29.05.2024 / 13:00

Freda Akullu, Tom R. Butime and Lily Ajarova meet Alain St.Ange

Alain St.Ange meets Freda Akullu, the Investment Manager for Tourism & Project Coordinator in Uganda for EU Tourism Grant Facility, alongside with Tom R. Butime and Lily Ajarova

What you need to know before you go to the Netherlands - lonelyplanet.com - Netherlands - city Amsterdam
lonelyplanet.com
27.05.2024 / 16:49

What you need to know before you go to the Netherlands

With its beautiful cities and countryside of polders, dykes, windmills and canals connected by superb, sustainable infrastructure, the Netherlands is one of the easiest places to travel. As a visitor, you won’t find too many potential pitfalls, but there are still a few things to be aware of (starting with getting its name right!). Having written about this charming and fascinating country for almost two decades (and experienced it over a lifetime), these are my key tips for a smooth trip.

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