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  • Travellers urged to check their passports early this summer

    This summer is expected to be one of the busiest in a while for holiday travel. In a bid to cut the headaches in involved with passport paperwork HM..

  • Follow the Tennis Bug around the World

    Millions of tennis fans watched in awe as Brit Andy Murray showed his world class form to win the 2013 Wimbledon tournament. Murray won the Men's Singles..

  • Croatia becomes the 28th Member of the EU

    Croatia has this week been officially confirmed as the 28th member of the European Union. A status the country has long looked forward to and the first..

  • Surf Lovers

    While surf lovers everywhere head to some of the world's most famous surf spots from Bondai Beach to California and even Newquay, very soon they might..

  • Holidays in Birthday Suits are on the Rise

    The image of nudist holidays is quite often that of the cheeky Carry On camp seen in the seventies movie. These days though things have moved on a..

  • Harrods arrives in Sardinia

    Regent Street it isn't but that won't stop the residents and tourists visiting Italy's Sardinia from enjoying the high end delights the luxury retailer..

  • Cornwall's Tourist Board Preparing for a Rush with New Film Release

    Cornwall has long been a popular holiday destination in the UK but with the release of a new film last week, tourism experts in the region are hopeful..

  • The £47,000 Holiday for Hounds

    With the current economic climate, very few travellers these days would have a £47,000 allowance for their annual holiday but a holiday company has recently..

  • Taiwan offers free Wifi to all tourists

    Taiwan has become the first place in the world to offer free wifi access to visitors from overseas. The state had already provided its own residents..

  • Could Burma soon find its Place on the Tourist Trail?

    It's a country that hasn't been considered a hot holiday destination in the past but that could soon being set to change. Burma's tourism tsars have..

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