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

There’s a freedom in Portugal that infiltrates your senses and gives you tingles. Strolling from Unesco world heritage sites, challenging hiking trails, some of Europe’s finest beaches, medieval houses, Roman temples, through Moorish alleys, Portugal has it all bathed in year-round sunshine. What is... Read more

Amuse yourself at the airport on the cheap

There’s only so much drinking and shopping that you can do. Sorry, we should pop that last sentence into context - within an airport, of course. Nobody can avoid the boredom and delays that air travel brings - it’s part of the territory, like tiny cartons of orange juice that splash everywhere or i... Read more

Brit tourist handed £165k hospital bill after romp went wrong

The next time you're tempted to travel without insurance, think about poor Peter Cousins. The uninsured Brit was travelling around the US with his then-partner in 2013, and they briefly stopped to work at a cowboy ranch in the middle of the Nevada desert. One day, the amorous pair discovered a hot... Read more

The best bars in Spain

One of the best value destinations for holidaying has to be Spain; the amount of sun and fun you get for your money makes it a choice destination for British holidaymakers of all ages. If you've opted for a package holiday, you’ll certainly get a lot of sun, sea, sangria and tapas for a surprisingl... Read more

Bored of Stoptober already? Try living in one of these countries

Stoptober is almost upon us, and for a whole month, we can enjoy other people earnestly talking about how much better they feel without the demon drink. You could fly away for the month to escape the barrage of smugness - we hear that Amsterdam is the top getaway for autumn, and they're not cutting... Read more

The best places in London to get American-style ribs and BBQ

Ribs. Burritos. Burgers. Slaw. Is there any other food on the planet which can help to stave off winter's bitterness? If you're visiting London over the colder months (and, indeed, even if you're a resident), nothing beats barbecued meats. And we've found five of the best. Better get those napkins ... Read more

The ten best travel gadgets for 2016

Black Friday is coming soon (November 27, in case it isn’t already firmly scribbled in your Filofax), and if you’re planning on splurging on some top travel gadgets for 2016 and beyond, it’s probably the best time to bag a bargain. There’s no need to panic-buy everything in sight (or on your screen... Read more

Europe’s 15 most fashionable ski resorts

While some resorts remain effortlessly cool year-in and and year-out, Paul Deadman, ski expert for Neilson Holidays, shares his views on which European resorts are tipped to be the best places for the 2015/16 season, with stylish hotels, spirited après-ski and fun festivals. Alpe d’Huez, France Th... Read more

Hic! The ultimate guide to Brew-Ski Festival 2016

Mix your pleasures and make new friends at the Brew-Ski Festival. What’s it like? This festival is sheer, unadulterated fun. From the huge array of beers on offer to the chance to meet fellow skiers, it’s a chance to let your hair down and enjoy two days of decadence. Plenty of previous revellers... Read more

Student travel insurance: What you need to know before you leave

You’re off on holiday! Excellent news. You don’t need us to tell you that you’re going to have a fantastic time. The world is yours for the taking, and travel’s a great way to relax while you study. The trip’s bound to be fun, inspiring, and hugely exciting – especially if it’s your first time away.... Read more

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