Month: March 2017

What You Get For Your Money in Malta

What You Get For Your Money in Malta

Europe Travel, UK Travel, Worldwide Travel
Malta was part of the British Empire for more than a century, only becoming an independent country in 1964. The new Government eventually abandoned the British pound, shillings and pence on May 16 1972, replacing it with a new decimal currency. Today, Malta is a member of the Euro, and one of the most affordable holiday destinations for British tourists. The cost of a week-long holiday has risen by just £1 from last year. So, why not stretch your holiday cash further with Malta holidays in 2012? Buses Holidays in Malta begin at the airport, which offers a great bus service to the major tourist areas. The number 8 bus will take you straight from arrivals to the centre of Valletta for just 0.47 euros, although the bus driver may charge you extra for heavy luggage. An express bus will g
Your Guide to the Best Summer Holiday Hotspots in France

Your Guide to the Best Summer Holiday Hotspots in France

Europe Travel, UK Travel, Worldwide Travel
One of the most popular ways to spend a summer holiday is to take the ferry to France from England. Once you are there, you can explore the northern part of the country with ease, or you might even set off on a road trip to see some of the sites elsewhere throughout France. Whatever your interests, the country will certainly have some great options worth discovering. Here are some of the top hotspots in France to consider for your summer holiday.  Explore the Culinary Landscape If your main reason to head to France by ferry is to take advantage of the amazing French cuisine, then Le Havre is a fantastic destination. Along with being a UNESCO designated World Heritage Site because of the city’s historical importance, Le Havre is famous for delicious ciders and cheese. At the covered
Visiting Dublin: A Brief Guide

Visiting Dublin: A Brief Guide

Europe Travel, UK Travel, Worldwide Travel
It’s easy to forget that some of the most beautiful and intriguing cities are actually incredibly close to home. In an age when it’s all too easy to fly half way around the world, it is often these cities that travellers miss out on. One such city is the fascinating Irish capital, Dublin. Boasting a vibrant and exciting city culture that has made it famous around the world, it’s often surprising to hear just how many UK-based tourists haven’t managed to explore the wonderful sights and sounds of this historic city. Fortunately for those interested in visiting Ireland, it’s incredibly cheap and easy to book flights to Dublin and there are plenty of great deals to take advantage of. For the best prices possible, try looking outside of holiday periods and on days that it isn’t so popular