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Webloyalty Travel Study Asks: What’s Your Dream Holiday?

all around the world… If money was no object, over a quarter of us would choose to go on a round-the-world trip. Would this be your dream holiday? Perhaps you would prefer a five star luxury hotel break – that’s what 24% of us would choose. A recent Webloyalty study reveals the most popular trips. […]

Doel |The artistic ghost town

In Belgium, there is a city abandoned by its inhabitants and repopulated by the writers. Lovers of street art, there is a place waiting for you. It’s called Doel and it is a completely deserted city while inhabited only by drawings on the walls. Doel is located in Belgium, in the region of Flanders, and […]

Webloyalty study reveals traveller irritations in 2014

Airport queues most likely to rile travellers, according to new research What are your holiday irritations? Webloyalty research has revealed that although the majority of us have nothing to complain about during holidays, a whopping 48% of us did. Here are the most popular irritations: • Airport queues (16% of us hate these) • Lack […]

The best places to spend St. Patrick’s Day

In the modern era, the Irish holiday of St. Patrick’s Day has become one of the best knees up in the calendar year. It’s becoming such a phenomena that it now rivals New Year’s Eve. Like New Year’s, St Patrick’s Day offers the perfect excuse to go somewhere different and experience something new. Here are […]

Best applications for traveling to Spain

1 Be Your Guide- Toledo Be Your Guide- Toledo ( for Apple and Android , free) was the winner in the category of National Cultural Tourism to respond to different user needs, as it provides a high quality content presented with an attractive design and easy navigation. It has a complete guide to toledo with […]

Breathtaking Italian landscapes and how to see them

Breathtaking Italian landscapes and how to see them

Italy is home to some of Europe’s most breathtaking landscapes. From its stunning Mediterranean coastline to the majestic Alps, all dotted with relics of a rich history, it’s as diverse as it is stunning. However, with so much offered by holiday hotspots such as Rome, Venice and Milan, these landscapes are all too often overlooked. […]

In-flight WIFI Prices

We live in a world where internet is a must – if you want to know the definition of the word “must”, here it is: be obliged to; should (expressing necessity). On the other hand if you travel a lot then you will literary “die” if the airline company you are using doesn’t have an […]

What’s needed to create the perfect travel photograph?

There are various types of travel picture, of course, ranging from a snapshot of the children on a sandy beach to an artistic image of a famous landmark shrouded in mist. In truth, you don’t need to have a photography degree to know how to create the perfect photo, but those with academic qualifications will […]

Art Travellers

City of Arts and Sciences

The City of Arts and Sciences, Valencia, built in the dried up river bed of the Turia, is arguably the most important modern tourist destination in Valencia. The iconic complex is dedicated to science and culture with five main elements, including the Science Museum – an innovative centre of interactive science; the Oceanografic Valencia – […]

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