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The best things to do in Berlin this spring

It's only a 90 minute flight away, and it's a much-loved destination for honeymooners, backpackers, grey gappers and everyone in between. The 'sexy but poor' city of Berlin has to be seen to be believed; if you're heading there this spring, here are the best attractions to take it. Brandenburger To... 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

Airport lounge access made easier for families facing delays over half term

If you're travelling with your family, especially if you have small children, flight delays can put a dampener on what should be a cheerful start to your holiday. That's why we've decided to reduce the threshold for our airport delay benefit to just one hour, instead of the usual two hours, during ... Read more

Flights to Greece face delays and cancellations due to strikes

Holidaymakers are facing more misery this week as flights to Greece are hit by delays and cancellations from 2pm this afternoon. Air traffic controllers at Greek airports have announced they will be striking today and are threatening to strike again on August 14 and 15. The planned strikes are pai... Read more

Holiday insurance: What all couples should know before they fly away

Going away with your partner is a chance to relax, forget about work and enjoy some much-needed quality time. You’re probably already imagining swimming in the sea, eating out, and lazy mornings by the pool! It’s your chance to unwind, and focus on soaking up the sun and enjoying a glass or two of l... Read more

Stay alert for Heathrow's ghostly visitors this summer

You'd probably think that Heathrow is the last place to see a ghost - but you'd be wrong. Yes, it's the world's third-busiest airport and more than 70 million passengers pass through every year, but if you catch yourself feeling ill-at-ease or walking through a cold spot, stay alert. It's probably ... 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

Top travel tips for foodies

Most people will agree that having the chance to travel is one of life's most incredible experiences. Grab that passport, get your travel insurance, pack a clean pair of undies or two and off you go! One of the most wonderful things about travelling is the opportunity to try new and exciting foods.... Read more

Catching British nationals out abroad

FCO encourages people to be better prepared by researching the local laws and customs of their holiday destination before travel. Every year British nationals risk getting caught out by local laws and customs when travelling overseas.  From driving a dirty car in Russia, to wearing camouflage cloth... Read more

Where to travel with a Young Family

Travelling shouldn’t be stressful. You’re booking a holiday to get away and explore, or relax for a week or two (or longer if you’re lucky). If you’re travelling with a new born baby or young child, it’s very possible that you’ll have no experience in this (unless you’ve got older children too), and... Read more

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