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    Cinque Terre: A Target of Tourist Caps

    Travel writer Giulia discusses her regrets for the recent tourist caps put in place in the beautiful Italian seaside town of Cinque Terre.

    Written by Giulia Bardelli on 3rd April 2016


    Top 10 Places to Visit in 2016

    Travel writer Gino offers a diverse selection of beautiful holiday destinations, and provides reasons to visit them next year.

    Written by Gino Spocchia on 30th November 2015


    Stockholm: Islands of Splendour

    Travel Editor Ally Head explores the wonders of the traditional and yet up-and-coming Swedish capital.

    Written by Ally Head on 24th November 2015


    Terrorism vs Tourism

    Travel writers Hope and Beth debate travelling abroad to Africa and the Middle East.

    Written by Beth Vernon & Hope Brotherton on 23rd November 2015


    A bleak future for overseas travel?

    Jessica Flanagan explores whether recent air disasters will change the face of travel worldwide.

    Written by Jessica Flanagan on 16th June 2015


    Travel Statistics

    Elizabeth Waind gives you some popular travel facts to enjoy

    Written by Elizabeth Waind on 18th October 2013


    Around the world in February

    Georgina Clarke lets us know what’s going on around the world in February Venice Carnival: Mardi Gras is here again, and that means carnivals the world over

    Written by Georgina Clarke on 11th February 2012


    Sustainable Bus Travel in the Midlands

    Last week, National Express West Midlands revealed new high-tech hybrid buses, combining fuel and electric power, as the result of a £5

    Written by Louise Spratt on 9th December 2011


    Public Sector Strikes Cause Travel Disruption

    This Wednesday, 30th November, will see public sector strikes across the UK as employees seek more favourable pension schemes, affecting airports, docks and public transport throughout the country

    Written by Louise Spratt on 28th November 2011


    Getting your ink abroad

    Whether you’re going away for a week or a year, souvenirs are usually one of those things that you do not leave your holiday without

    Written by Gemma6034 on 15th November 2011


    October the World Over

    Emily Booth tells us what’s going on around the world this month

    Written by Emily Booth on 6th October 2011


    Carnival Rag: Machu Enough?

    Travel talks to Tom Benham and James Kendrick from Carnival Rag about the exciting treks they’ve got lined up

    Written by Louise Spratt on 4th October 2011
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