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Britons abroad - What food and drink do we indulge on?

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Research carried out by hotel Club MAC Alcudia observed the eating and drinking habits of British tourist during the current holiday season - Snacks such as fizzy drinks and ice cream found to be most popular amongst holidaymakers → Read More

Breaking Travel News investigates: SunGroup – Vietnam’s premier hotel and theme park developer

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SunGroup has successfully built a reputation as Vietnam’s leading hotel and theme park developer, with a portfolio in major tourist destinations spanning the country. SunGroup began operating eight years ago, making a dramatic entrance onto Vietnam’s tourism scene with the opening of its record-breaking landmark project, Ba Na Hills Mountain Resort. → Read More

Breaking Travel News investigates: A spa on the crossroads of east and west

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Nestled on a gentle slope amid the tranquillity of the soft sand dunes of Mazagan beach and with stunning ocean views, the Spa at Mazagan Beach & Golf Resort is the ideal location to relax both mind and body. Escape to this retreat and let the exotic aromas and natural ingredients engage your senses as you begin your spa journey. → Read More

Breaking Travel News investigates: Villa Stéphanie – the destination spa of Brenners

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Europe’s most impressive and innovative new spa has opened at Brenners Park-Hotel & Spa, Baden-Baden – the flagship property of the Oetker Collection. The new spa, housed in the historic Villa Stéphanie adjacent to the existing hotel, offers an integrated approach to health that reflects the hotel’s decades of experience and expertise in the spa and medical realm. → Read More

5 Reasons to Travel to India

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With 1.2 Billion residents, there’s a 17.5% chance that you already live in India. But if you are a member of the 82.5% of the world’s population that does not live in India, chances are you’ve never been there. India is enormous, intimidatingly so to the intrepid traveler. WIthout a specific knowledge of Indian history, geography, and culture, it can be near impossible to know where to start. This article isn’t going to give you that information, but it is going to give you a sense of the great stuff beckoning you to go give India a try next time you want to go on holiday. With cheap flights to Goa in India, now is a great time to make this trip a reality. Here’s 5 excellent reasons to help motivate you. → Read More

Getting Off the Beaten Path in Europe

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Whether you are hoping to enjoy Europe as a native or a visitor, this massive continent has a lot that you likely have not seen. Even for lifelong citizens of Europe, our lives tend to follow predictable paths, ones that wear into our experience like a stream of water into a rock. It’s not a bad thing. But that’s why it’s special to change things up, too see a different side of life. But standard tourist packages take vacationers to the same old places. This way, vacation doesn’t become so much a new experience as an expensive one. For people longing for a new way to see Europe, there are a few ways that are sure to work, and are sure to help you avoid the standard issue vacation experience of the masses. → Read More

Three Of The Best Pieces Of Travel Tech For 2015

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People say that travel broadens the mind and opens up new horizons that we never knew existed, and these days there are many pieces of tech that can enhance this experience and help you document it. Modern technology continuing to advance rapidly, which means in actual fact, that what was perhaps considered modern twelve months ago, may in fact now be well on the way to becoming obsolete. With more and more people owning smart devices such as smart phones or tablets, the ability to utilise modern technology pretty much anywhere in the world has never been greater than right now. Here we’ll be taking a look at three of the best pieces of travel tech for 2015, for wherever you decide to go this year. → Read More

Three reasons why UK bingo halls no longer attract tourists like they used to

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There was a time when the UK bingo industry could rely on attracting tourists into their fun-filled halls, however it seems that the glory days of the UK’s bingo halls are in decline as players find other ways to get their fix. Since 2005, there’s been a marked decline in the amount of revenue earned from the game, which has led to the closure of many halls, with the number of bingo halls in the UK plummeting from almost 600 in 2005 to just under 400 less than ten years later. → Read More

Breaking Travel News investigates: Six days in the life of a Delta plane

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Ever boarded a plane and wondered where it has just come from, or thought about where it’s headed after you’ve arrived at your destination? The answer: anywhere within the range of that aircraft. “We don’t dedicate one specific aircraft to any particular city,” explains Mark Zelinski, systems operations manager in Delta’s Operational Control Centre. “Our planes are rotated, offering a consistent experience on board for our passengers wherever they fly.” → Read More

Breaking Travel News investigates: Sura Hagia Hotel & Spa

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Taking its texture from the Hagia Sophia Museum, the Sura Hagia Hotel & Spa itself hosts a peerless panorama of the European and Asian sides of Istanbul, with a capacity of 232 rooms spread over its eight different room types. On one side of the hotel is the historic Ottoman Public Bath, from which no detail has been spared in the recreation of the experience of the Ottoman Sultans. → Read More

Shark Diving for Children to Banish the School Holiday Blues

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Travel broadcaster Phil Blizzard discovers that the One & Only Cape Town in conjunction with Shark Diving Unlimited in the cooler clime of South Africa offer school children what is perhaps their best adventure story before heading back to school. → Read More

Breaking Travel News interview: Delleriece Hall, general manager, LIME Turks & Caicos

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LIME was the first to connect the Caribbean people, governments and businesses with best in class telecoms networks across broadband, fixed and mobile services. Today the company remains a telecoms tour de force, unmatched in every market we serve in the Caribbean as the sole full service ‘go to’ provider. Having recently linked with the World Travel Awards ahead of the upcoming Caribbean & North America Gala Ceremony 2015, Breaking Travel News editor Chris O’Toole sits down with LIME Turks & Caicos managing director Delleriece Hall to discuss her recent appointment and the future of telecommunications in the Caribbean. → Read More

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