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Win a 5-star holiday at The Peninsula, Paris with The Luxury Holiday Company

Win a 5-star holiday in the spectacular Peninsula, Paris ? a hotel that is the epitome of Parisian style, glamour and luxury, situated mere steps away from the Arc de Triomphe. Travel to Paris stylishly with Eurostar Business Premier, enjoying Michelin-designed gastronomy as you make your way to Paris. Show More Summary

Recipe of the week: Steamed tentacles with vegetables and organic lemon juice

This is a simple Mediterranean recipe for a light, fresh and delicious dish. It?s great as a Summer meal but can also serve as an entrée in the colder months: simply make sure to always use your local seasonal vegetables. Ingredients...Show More Summary

7 of the best Amazon adventure experiences

The Amazon: Immerse yourself in the adventure of a lifetime…the place considered the lungs of the globe, the house of millions of trees, a placed filled with incredible plant and animal diversity, and divided by many rivers, including the world-renowned Amazon River. Show More Summary

Like ‘The Amazing Race’? Then you’ll love Competitours!

If you’ve been living under a rock, or you’re not a US citizen, you can probably be excused if you’ve not heard of The Amazing Race. For those who aren’t familiar, it’s a multi-award-winning reality TV series with travel and adventure at its core. Show More Summary

4 stunning national parks in Italy

Italy has virtually every type of scenery one can imagine, from bucolic countrysides with rolling hills to majestic mountains to spectacular coastlines. The country preserves much of this beauty in its 25 national parks, which receive many millions of visitors every year. Show More Summary

The best of the Caribbean coast

Countries in Central America have their own slices of Caribbean paradise. Towns along the Caribbean Coast have strong connections with African culture that have lasted over many generations. On trips here you?ll hear in the reggae and traditional drum music. Show More Summary

Spain’s Stonehenge – the heart and soul of Andalusia in ancient Antequera

Little known outside of Andalusia until recently, the ancient city of Antequera in Malaga province has gained a lot of international recognition of late. Much of this renewed attention comes thanks to the Antequera Dolmens Site being...Show More Summary

Dubai’s best business lunches in DIFC

Dubai is certainly gaining traction on the global foodie scene, with numerous choices of cuisine to dine out for every meal. With award-winning fine dining establishments to street food (and almost everything in between), it?s difficult to ensure the best choice. Show More Summary

Photograph of the week: Halong Bay, Vietnam

The World Heritage Halong Bay features thousands of limestone karsts and isles in various shapes and sizes. Halong translates as ‘descending dragon’ and legend tells that this mystical seascape was created when a great dragon charged towards the coast, its flailing tail gouging out valleys and crevasses. Show More Summary

8 Greek villas with stunning sea views

There is something special about waking up to a stunning sea view, and we all know that a cocktail or a meal taste even better when the panorama around is stunning: this is why, when choosing an estate for your next holiday, its location...Show More Summary

7 unsuspected gems in Key West

Several places in Key West, Florida have a lot of hype built up around them, like Blue Heaven and Sloppy Joe’s Bar. There are places and things to do that aren?t in every travel blogger?s posts. If you ever wander to the United State’s southernmost city, you’ll find the following to be hidden treasures. Show More Summary

4 organic and healthy holiday moments in Provence

When we are looking at a holiday destination we often picture beautiful views, long lazy meals, dipping one?s feet in a refreshing pool, delicious food at every turn and time spent with those nearest and dearest to us. But there areShow More Summary

When’s the best time to go skiing in Europe?

When you?re planning a winter holiday for snowboarding or skiing in Europe you most definitely want to ensure there are mountains of snow or perhaps you?re looking for good value for money and want it to be busy? yet at the same time not too busy so you have room to ski. Show More Summary

Why 2017 is the year to do Canada

2017 marks the 150-year anniversary ? or sesquicentenary ? of Canada?s Confederation. Cities across Canada will welcome guests to unique celebrations and vibrant events this year. With so much going on, this is your perfect time to give Canada a go. Show More Summary

Where do you want to stay on your Machu Picchu visit?

Every year, millions of travelers are drawn to a singular mountain-top sanctuary, as if individually summoned by some otherworldly force. Nevertheless, it?s easy to understand why so many embark on this annual trek to Machu Picchu. Once...Show More Summary

Sri Lanka’s culinary delights

Sri Lankan food is some of the freshest and tastiest cuisine I have ever come across. Often described as a mix between Thai and Indian, the cuisine is influenced by the island nation?s abundant fresh produce, exotic spices and rich cultural history of regal heritage, subsistence farmers, and colonisation. Show More Summary

5 ways to avoid last minute airline nightmares

Do you ever feel like you?re being front-run by airlines or squeezed for every penny on ticket prices? Airlines have sneaky ways of padding their ticket prices ? from nickel and diming on taxes and fees to charging extra for flight changes or checked baggage. Show More Summary

5 reasons to use your miles and points for first class and business class flights

If you’re sitting on hundreds of thousands of frequent flyer miles and points, don’t cash them out for gift cards, a toaster, or use the Pay with Points option if you want to maximize their value. Instead, consider planning your trips...Show More Summary

How to spoil your Valentine 8 ways

How to find somewhere special for Valentine’s day is one of life’s challenges. When roses and chocolates are just not enough, where can you go to spoil your loved one? How to find the right balance between romantic luxury, fun, memorable but not over the top?  Heading across the Atlantic is always a special treat. Show More Summary

4 of Europe’s most exclusive wine experiences

From the world-renowned Bordeaux region of France to the banks of the Rhine river, Europe is home to hundreds of wineries whose cellar doors are kept hospitably ajar, welcoming curious wine pilgrims inside to sample the spectrum of vintages on offer. Show More Summary

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