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Ten bizarre facts about the Tour de France

Running from July 4th to July 26th, the 102nd Tour de France promises to be a terrific event - and cycling fans worldwide are already gearing up for weeks of wheely, wheely good fun. (Sorry). The Tour will be made up of 21 stages and will cover a total distance of 3,360km. However, that's not the o... Read more

How to make the most of two weeks in Asia

The Asian Trail starts in Thailand, and slowly snakes its way up to Laos, passing through Vietnam and the temples of Angkor Wat before finally going back to Thailand, where people go to party in the Thai islands to the south and then move on to Singapore and Malaysia. The biggest crowds come to the... Read more

French Alps air tragedy: What if I want to cancel my trip?

Germanwings flight 4U9525 crashed in the French Alps while flying between Barcelona and Düsseldorf. It is expected that all 150 passengers on board the Airbus A320 have been killed by the accident. While this is little comfort to those travelling, many travel insurance policies, and also credit car... Read more

Indonesia airport closures: Volcanic ash causes issues for three airports

Three airports in Indonesia, including Bali, have been closed until Saturday, after a volcanic eruption. Ash has been pouring from Mount Raung in East Java for nearly a week, which has caused airlines to worry about aircraft safety. Denpasar airport in Bali, a top destination for Australians, caus... Read more

The ultimate guide to Harbin Ice Festival in China

Head to the Harbin Ice Festival for an ultra-cool time. Why should you go? China’s tourism industry has been preparing for increased numbers of visitors for years; Beijing has already been awarded the 2022 Winter Olympic Games. The country’s getting ready to up its winter sports game, so if you’re... Read more

Hurricane Irma tears path through the Caribbean and Florida

Hurricane Irma tears path through the Caribbean and Florida Travellers heading to the Caribbean and Florida over the weekend are justifiably on high alert about the progress of Hurricane Irma. Already tearing into the eastward islands of Turks and Caicos on Thursday night, Irma has been upgraded to... Read more

What's touring the world with a band like? We talk to ex-Cradle of Filth bass player Dave Pybus

He’s probably best known for his time playing bass in Cradle of Filth, but bass guitarist Dave Pybus has been in several touring bands, including Anathema, and the US band Prong. He started touring around 1995 and came off the road in 2012, after playing well over 1,000 shows abroad. We've always b... Read more

Euro 2012 - More than just a game

Poland and Ukraine will be two of the hottest city break destinations of 2012, as they’re set to co-host the UEFA Euro 2012 football championships between 8 June and 1 July 2012. It’s not all about the great game though, as the 8 host cities, including Kiev, Lviv and Warsaw amongst others,  are rea... Read more

How will the Greek financial crisis affect your holiday and travel insurance?

**Please note - the FCO no longer advise taking euros in cash to cover the entire duration of your stay; however there are still restrictions on some banking services in Greece. Click here for more information.** The troubling events in Greece have prompted many holidaymakers to worry about their u... Read more

The ten types of people you'll meet on your travels

From the secretly-hateful couple to the elderly pair who spend all day in the bar knocking back cocktails, the average holiday features ten types of people you'll be very familiar with. We've compiled a list of them here; it's by no means exhaustive, but it's a good start. The couple on their honey... Read more

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