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The cheapest times to book your winter getaway

Booking a winter break can be a fraught affair; yes, it's a bit cheaper than jetting off in the summer, but everyone else has had the same idea. How frustrating. However, there are ways to bag a break for a bargain... Flight comparison site Skyscanner has been doing some research, and they've worke... Read more

The cheapest and most expensive times to book your city break

It's no secret that we love our city breaks - but there's no denying that they can be hard on our savings. Travel site momondo.co.uk has done a fair bit of research on the subject, and having analysed hotel and flights prices for nine popular city break destinations, they think they've found a way t... Read more

New York shopping: What are the top spots?

Shopping trips have long been a staple vacation for ladies around the world and when it comes to ideal locations, New York City must be in the top five. Filled with a variety of budget, mid-range and designer outlets, it's a buyer's paradise and a firm favourite with die-hard shoppers. Make no mista... Read more

The airline foods that we love to loathe

We're big fans of flying. It's fast, it's exciting, and there's always an opportunity to purchase something frivolous and expensive from the trolley if you're bored. However, there's one aspect of flying that always leaves us cold, and that's the food. Here's our rundown of the worst offenders. The ... Read more

Chemmy Alcott’s Ones to Watch in 2016

We’re always keen to keep an eye on current trends within the ski and snowboarding world, and it’s great to see which young stars are on the rise. We spoke to our brand ambassador Chemmy Alcott about her favourite faces to watch on the slopes; here are five people who Chemmy reckons are going to sta... Read more

Christmas Markets Shop till you drop

Get into the Christmas spirit with a trip to one of Europe’s Christmas Markets. Choose from glühwein in Berlin, a quick waltz around Salzburg or a guaranteed blanket of snow in pretty, medieval Tallinn. Or for a stay that’s closer to home, why not plan a festive break to one of the UK’s Christmas ma... Read more

Foreign Travel Insurance: Caution and Common Sense for Holidays in Greece

Greece is listed as a top 10 destination for Brits to visit this year according to 2014 ABTA Travel Trends, and with cosmopolitan islands and great value for money, it’s as clear as the waters surrounding it why. From the dazzling cultural beauty of Spartan ruins to spectacular white sand beaches an... Read more

Don't miss out on London's top beer gardens this summer

It's hard enough to find a decent boozer in London, let alone one with a pub garden where you can catch some rays when the sun's out. If you're new to London, or you're about to set off on a city break to the Smoke, you'll need to know where to camp to when you've found your hotel and you're ready t... Read more

5 city breaks that'll let you escape from Black Friday

The horror (excitement, surely? Ed) of Black Friday is coming soon, and if you’d like to escape the mad frenzy for bargains, we’ve found five suitable mini breaks which will let you unwind without a mad purchasing spree. Well, you’re bound to do a bit shopping - but you won’t be faced with a baying ... Read more

Chemmy Alcott interviews British Aerials champion Lloyd Wallace

Lloyd Wallace is an up and coming star of the slopes – and when you’re mastering moves such as a triple twisting triples, it’s not hard to see why. 2015 was a great year for Lloyd; he stood on the podium four times, won a Europa Cup, came in second in another Europa Cup, came third at the Junior Wo... Read more

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