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    • 10 countries the Royal Family has offended

      10 countries the Royal Family has offended The British Royal Family is a source of fascination the world over. However far you travel, you will always find hoards of crazy royalists with their Kate and William tea towels and Jubilee-themed crockery. And yet sometimes it's difficult to know why, as the Royals have managed to offend a fair few countries, even the ones they reign over. Following Prince Charles' recent controversial comment comparing current Russian President, Vladimir Putin, to Adolf Hitler, we take a look at 10 countries the Royal Family has insulted over the years.By Lara Keay ...Read more

    • 10 dates for your art show calendar

      10 dates for your art show calendar Now that the infamous April showers are packing up for the year and the summer weather is slowly beginning to show its face, holiday-makers and art enthusiasts the world over are gearing up for the start of festival season. Art Basel, the biggest and most distinguished fair in the art calendar, will open its doors on 14 June, and a number of other acclaimed shows will follow suit. In the spirit of things, we've narrowed down our top ten must-see fairs for art fanatics...By Catherine Vale ...Read more

    • 10 Eggcelent UK spring time spots

      10 Eggcelent UK spring time spots With the bad weather (although not always) starting to make its way out and a number of bank holidays coming up, it's important to get yourself up and outside. Spring isn't just for bird watchers and farmers, with new life sprouting up everywhere, you don't need to be a science nerd to appreciate blossom lined avenues and baby lambs. And although we might slate it sometimes, spring in the UK can really be quite beautiful - so here's our guide on where to go to make the season. By Lara Keay ...Read more

    • 10 place names you won't believe exist

      10 place names you won't believe exist The world is a rich and varied place, as is the English language. So it stands to reason that at least a handful of destinations, stunning as they may be, will have fallen upon rather unfortunate titles, at least according to us in the UK. Here is our pick of the rudest, crudest and most outrageous place names across the globe, for those of you with a slightly infantile sense of humour... By Catherine Vale and Georgie Cauthery ...Read more

    • 10 places to go in the UK if you still don't have your passport

      10 places to go in the UK if you still don't have your passport While the government has promised to try and clear the backlog of passport applications, there is still no guarantee that you will receive yours in time and some of you may have even missed your holiday already as a result of the chaos. Of course it is incredibly frustrating to have to cancel or even lose out on your foreign trip, however all is not lost. The UK (islands included) is blessed with almost 20,000 miles of coastline, much of which is accessible and part of which is home to some incredible beaches. We have put together a list of 10 beaches which would make great holiday locations or even day out destinations are the country. Some you ...Read more

    • 10 places to see before it's too late

      10 places to see before it's too late The idea of a bucket list is things to do and see before you die. However there are several of these kinds of 'must-visit' places that may well die out before you do. Given that many of the most impressive wonders of our world are hundreds if not thousands of years old, it's no great surprise that some of them are starting to show their age. By contrast, it's not just nature that is taking its toll on these magical faraway lands - we humans have a certain amount to answer to as well. Whether it be politics or climate change, melting ice caps or industrialisation, some of the most beautiful regions in the world may soon change forever - so be quick, ...Read more

    • 10 tips on staying healthy on holiday

      10 tips on staying healthy on holiday The whole idea of going on holiday is to relax, indulge and let your hair down. And a holiday wouldn't be a holiday without doing all of those things, but unfortunately they all come at a cost. Partying night after night, eating over-sized portions of rich food and lying in the sun letting your skin fry all day look will soon take its toll on your health - so is it all really worth it for a week of fun in the sun? If you're keen to stay healthy on holiday, instead of coming back looking like a beer-bellied, red lobster, here are our 10 tips for staying happy and healthy whilst you're away.By Lara Keay ...Read more

    • 10 wellness retreats to suit every mood

      10 wellness retreats to suit every mood Too much chocolate, too much wine, not enough jogging; we've all been there. But if you struggle to fit 'being healthy' into your day-to-day routine, maybe a week away could do the trick. Take a look at our top 10 wellness retreats: relaxing, healthy, and above all detoxifying...what's not to like? ...Read more

    • 10 world record-breaking hotels

      10 world record-breaking hotels ...Read more

    • A fine balance: glamping top 10

      A fine balance: glamping top 10 If you want to get back in touch with nature this summer but the traditional camping option seems too rough and rugged, why not go 'glamping' instead? The notion of "camping with glamour" signifies camping without compromising luxury or comfort. Find yourself in nature's heartlands; whether you're perched on a cliff top overlooking the sea or nestled in lush woodland, 'glamping' accommodation comes in all shapes and sizes. One thing is for sure though; you won't have to worry about sharing the bathroom with a hundred or so other campers! Here's our pick of the top 10 'glamping' sites around the world. Words: Rooksana Hossenally. ...Read more

    • A foodie's top 10 in Spain

      A foodie's top 10 in Spain Anyone who has been to Spain or who has Spanish acquaintances will know how important a place food holds in everyday life on the Iberian Peninsula, with each region having its own wide variety of dishes and drinks. Here, easyvoyage.co.uk looks at the country through its culinary specialities. We have selected 10 emblematic dishes known throughout the world to get your taste buds going. Between paella from Valencia and a pot-au-feu from Madrid, you may well have difficulty deciding where to visit next! ...Read more

    • A fresh Starck to the New Year: our top 10

      A fresh Starck to the New Year: our top 10 Few designers can claim to have had as large an impact on hotels over the last 20 years than Frenchman Philippe Starck. Although irritatingly self-congratulatory (he was recently named one of the biggest meglomaniacs around by Le Point magazine), one cannot deny his unparalleld vision and passion for creating hotels which are not only comfortable and innovative, but which also bring to life new concepts in, and ways of thinking about, travel and accommodation. Here is a selection of his hotels from around the world to give you ideas for New Year's Eve, which is slowly but surely creeping nearer and nearer... ...Read more

    • A holiday on a budget: think quality not quantity

      A holiday on a budget: think quality not quantity The severe austerity that we are going through in the UK at the moment is no secret, especially when you look at your bank balance mid-month and you wonder how you are going to make ends meet let alone how you are going to be able to afford a holiday this year. We have pooled some of our key tips for piecing together a holiday of a lifetime on a shoestring - really. Seeing as you're probably going to shell out for the one holiday this year, think about quality rather than quantity as the aim isn't just finding sun, but with all the stress that comes with ongoing financial problems, we need to start looking at ways of relaxing as much as possible ...Read more

    • A little bit of footballing history

      A little bit of footballing history Not only is football by far the number one sport in the UK, but it is without doubt the most followed sport around the globe. While some of us play the 'beautiful game' regularly, others amongst us content themselves by watching it on TV from the comfort of our sofas. Seeing as there are so many British football fans, we've decided to dedicate a whole Special Report to the phenomenon. Easyvoyage.co.uk gives you 10 of the world's most mythic stadiums; places of great important to football fanatics the planet over having witnessed scenes of ecstasy and despair, achievement and failure, great players and moments of history. So, get ready for the ...Read more

    • A room with view into the wild

      A room with view into the wild This week, we are exploring different destinations offering a view with a difference. Stay right in the heart of the wild, definitely not for the faint-hearted! From the familiar grounds of a farm in Tunisia, to something a little more exotic and stay in a hotel built in an actual zoo in the Canaries. A little further out, we also explore the mangrove and luxuriant forests of Costa Rica where crocodiles roam free among other species. Perhaps your cup of tea is discovering the flamboyant inhabitants of the Kenyan savannah! Whatever takes your fancy, there's something for the whole family, be it the kids, the parents or the grand parents! So embark ...Read more

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