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US city bucket list

The USA is chock full of fantastic destinations, but there are some cities more than others that dominate our popular culture. Few places, for example, have inspired more films, songs and stories than New York City. Others, such as Chicago and Las Vegas are so charismatic that they take centre stage as viable characters. Can […]

Cathedrals and churches not to miss in Toulouse

If you’re planning a holiday to the bustling city of Toulouse, you need to make sure you include some of its stunning cathedrals and churches in your itinerary. Whether you’re religious or not, they’re fascinating places to visit thanks to their combination of amazing architecture, history and art. Today, I’m going to give you a […]

Foodie hotspots on a Mediterranean cruise

If you’ve been lucky enough to find a cruise deal that sees you visit various ports in the Mediterranean, you may be wondering just what to expect from your time ashore. We thought you might appreciate a bit of information about some of the Med’s foodie hotspots – there are certainly plenty to enjoy! Incidentally, […]

Get your caravan ready for the bank holiday

Caravanners all over the UK will have spent much of the dreary, wet winter looking out the window hoping for warmer temperatures to return, when they can get their caravan back on the road and start touring the best sites of the UK. But now the warm weather is here, it’s time to get your […]

10 Tips for Traveling to Nepal

Here we present the 10 most important points to keep in mind when traveling to Nepal. These recommendations are more focused on those who go to hike but can also serve those who seek to do only a cultural circuit or want to visit the jungles of southern Colombia. 1) The visa of Nepal and […]

Things to Consider when visiting Australia

If you are one of the lucky people who will have the chance to visit Australia with House of Travel cheap flights this summer in particular or this year in general, we will make your luck continue by providing you a handy guide about six things you cannot miss in your trip to really fall […]

2014’s most affordable family destinations

The annual family holiday is a fantastic opportunity to forget work, school and college for a while and spend some quality time together. But with modern families still feeling the effects of the credit crunch, it has become more important than ever to secure cost effective family holidays! We’ve put together a guide to some […]

Don’t let a loss ruin your holiday

A 2013 American survey listed the top 10 items that people lose on holiday – some you would expect to see on such a list, others are more surprising. But a common theme among most of the items is that you can’t do without them on your trip. While it might be galling having to […]

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