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    • Mother's Day: top city breaks for a mummy-spoiling weekend

      Mother's Day: top city breaks for a mummy-spoiling weekend MOTHER'S DAY: March 15 and Mothering Sunday are fast approaching so we've selected 10 potential mum-types and matched them with up dream destinations to help you prepare the ultimate pampered weekend away. ...Read more

    • Our top 10 European city breaks, no capitals!

      Our top 10 European city breaks, no capitals! TOP 10: Often over-looked in favour of their bigger, more alluring cousins, Europe's second cities have so much to offer. They may lack capital-city status, but what they lack in name they make up for it in history, culture, character and more. From Austria to Portugal, Holland to Slovenia, there is life beyond the capital and we've got the top 10 to prove it! ...Read more

    • Our top activity holidays to engage the brain

      Our top activity holidays to engage the brain ACTIVE: The cold weather has truly set in and those seeking some much needed winter sun are confronted with a wealth of options, not only on where to go, but also what to do. So roll up, roll up and check out our top ten recommendations of the best activity offers out there. We've included a little something for everyone - zip lining in Canada and white water rafting in Wales for the adrenalin junkies, or wine tasting in Spain for those of more refined tastes. These choices are traditional tourism with a twist, and for those that are brave enough to try something new, this type of holiday promises to be a life-changer. ...Read more

    • City breaks: Europe's top 10 poshtels

      City breaks: Europe's top 10 poshtels Large five-star hotels are out this season as we turn instead to the poshtel with open arms. Hostels are no longer the grotty seedy joints with previous guests' grime lurking in corners, but slick and chic additions to the selection of accommodation throughout Europe and further afield. Here we've compiled our favourite poshtels around the world to give you a taste of what's on offer this summer. ...Read more

    • The hottest destinations of 2015

      The hottest destinations of 2015 TRAVEL: The post-Christmas slump is one of the best times for finding travel deals all over the world. Whether your taste runs to a romantic city break, a Caribbean beach paradise or a Safari adventure in the heart of Africa, this year's destinations to watch all offer great value and have an extra special 'something' to make them particularly worth a visit in 2015. ...Read more

    • The world's ten most romantic cities for Valentine's Day

      The world's ten most romantic cities for Valentine's Day Just in case you still need some inspiration on the perfect Valentine's trip, we've come up with 10 cheeky hotels where you can spend a few days celebrating your love for one another in guaranteed peace and tranquility. ...Read more

    • The world's top spots for stargazers and astrologers

      The world's top spots for stargazers and astrologers STARGAZING: Who knew that Scotland was home to some of the darkest skies in Europe? Or that there is a patch of sky in Sweden that never clouds over? Filled with fun facts, constellations, nebulas and planets, the following locations are amongst the best in the world to watch the stars. ...Read more

    • Easter escapes: the ten best springtime spots around the UK

      Easter escapes: the ten best springtime spots around the UK SPRING: The days are lengthening, the cold weather is slowly receding and the long-awaited British springtime will soon be here. There's never a better time to go exploring the British Isles and we've tracked down the top 10 springtime spots to best enjoy the coming sunshine. ...Read more

    • The ultimate guide to Europe's quirky Christmas markets

      The ultimate guide to Europe's quirky Christmas markets FESTIVE: The Christmas markets are probably one of our favourite things about December but getting to Europe's capital cities for a festive weekend in the snow can quickly become costly. So we've lined up our top 10 quirky Christmas markets, showcasing some of Europe's undiscovered gems at great prices. Whether you're looking for a cheap couple's weekend away, a short break with friends or a festive trip with the family, these off-the-beaten-track Christmas markets all have an edge on the big names in festive fare and won't break the bank. ...Read more

    • Mountainous Middle Earths and where to find them

      Mountainous Middle Earths and where to find them MOUNTAINS: The wilds of Middle Earth are an awe-inspiring thing to behold, with their rocky ravines, dizzying drops and snow-covered slopes. Lucky for us, this wonderful world is home to some truly spectacular mountain landscapes just waiting to be explored. From the sweeping mountainsides of New Zealand to the depths of the jungle that covers the peaks of the Andes, we present to you ten real life Middle Earth mountain ranges and where to find them. ...Read more

    • A brief history of the world's most infamous red light districts

      A brief history of the world's most infamous red light districts SEX: They may be the home of disreputable behaviour and illegal endeavours on just about every continent, but the world's red light districts often have a highly recommended club scene, not to mention a history to intruige even the most passionate of museum evaders. It's time to take a glimpse into the infamous world of the planet's sex districts. ...Read more

    • Top 10 countries to travel for under £40 a day

      Top 10 countries to travel for under £40 a day BUDGET TRAVEL: Travel is an expensive past time, especially for serial offenders constantly looking to plan their next trip. So to help you out, we've compiled the top 10 countries around the world where you can survive on under £40 a day. It may not be five-star luxury but who needs a king size bed and a jacuzzi bath when you can literally have the world! ...Read more

    • Which European cycling holiday would best suit you?

      Which European cycling holiday would best suit you? CYCLING: Do you feel the call of the all-in-one lycra? Does your heart lie on the open road with only two wheels for company? Get adventurous with your summer holiday this year and explore Europe's top cycling spots. ...Read more

    • 10 awesome places to entertain your kids this half-term

      10 awesome places to entertain your kids this half-term With the summer well and truly over now, our attention now turns to what there is to do indoors. And now that half-term is here we're racking our brains for ideas on how to entertain the children. Well fear not, Easyvoyage UK has come up with 10 ideas of places around the country where, come rain or shine, you'll be guaranteed a great time. Several of these venues also have Halloween/Guy Fawkes night celebrations going on, for the small as well as the tall! ...Read more

    • 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

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