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Blog

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16 April

As winter gets ready to wrap us in its icy grip, why not book a stay in one of the UK’s gorgeously cosy hotels and make the most of the season to hibernate. The Good Hotel Guide shows us 8 places to stay that are the hospitality equivalent of a big bear hug: huge beds, […]

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16 April

As one of the world’s most visited cities, London has any number of museums, galleries, street markets and historical sites to keep you occupied. An extensive public transport network makes it easy to get around the capital too, meaning there’s a lot that can be crammed into an action-packed 48 hours…   DAY 1 9.30 […]

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16 April

Would you believe these locations that look like they’re from sci-fi films are actually all places in Britain you can visit? Feel like you’ve travelled to a completely different universe… 1. Gough’s Cave, Somerset Venture down to the hidden world of Gough’s cave in Cheddar Gorge, less than an hour’s drive away from Bristol. The […]

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16 April

Whether you want to dive head first into the romantic world of a Jane Austen novel, surrounding yourself with Georgian architecture, or feel like a Roman for the day as you walk through one of the world’s best-preserved Roman buildings, a trip to Bath has something for every curious mind. A city founded in 1AD, […]

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20 January

Europe’s rich literary traditions have filled libraries with some of the world’s best-loved poems, plays and novels. Many of the settings in famous stories, or places where your favorite authors wrote their masterworks, still exist today. Turn to the pages of a map and pick your adventure. Classic stories, authors and history await.   Stratfod […]

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20 January

Even if the only music lesson you ever had was more than four presidential administrations ago, it’s never too late to learn and appreciate different kinds of music. Families, college students and lifelong learners flock to Europe to take advantage of its plentiful opportunities for cultural enrichment through music. If you want more out of […]

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20 January

From the virtuosos of the Renaissance to the modern masters, Europe has hundreds of museums and galleries to house them. Experience the movements that started in Europe, such as Surrealism with Salvador Dalí and Cubism with Picasso. Europe was the center of a revolution in art, the Renaissance. But don’t miss all the modern highlights […]

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20 January

Europe has always maintained a thriving music scene, from classical times to today. Discover the origins of the British Invasion, Swedish disco sensations and Irish folk music inspirations. Don’t miss the amazing European music festivals in the summer, either.   Thanks to the Beatles, Abbey Road is one of the most popular destinations in London. […]

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20 January

Europe has many famous museums that are must-see attractions, but there are lots of smaller, unexpectedly entertaining museums just waiting to be explored. Stop following the crowds and head off the beaten path to discover these lesser-known gems. They just might surprise you and become highlights on your trip to Europe.   Some of the […]

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20 January

The most majestic of all landscapes is the fjord, a glacial formation that carves out deep, narrow valleys filled with sparkling waters. High walls preside over the water, providing spectacular views and excellent hiking. Although there are many glacial features that resemble fjords throughout the world, the truest and most beautiful fjords can be found […]

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