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Travel companies have said they are struggling to cope with booking demand after the Government announced that quarantine restrictions will be dropped for travellers returning from COVID-19 low-risk countries. The two-week quarantine will be replaced with a traffic-light system, with countries grouped together according to their coronavirus infection rates.  People arriving...
Those who want to travel abroad are in a difficult situation. Citizens changed their vacation plans and started to search for 'cheapest countries, cheapest resorts'. The UK-based Post Office institution has identified the 10 cheapest countries in Europe in 2020.  Written by Sila Kiss While conducting the 'cheapest countries in 2020'...
There really isn’t anywhere quite like it; Cape Town is a soul-lifting oasis that connects humankind to mother nature in the most theatrical way imaginable. Breathtaking sunsets, magical mountainous backdrops and beautiful coastlines coalesce to form just a fragment of Cape Town’s charm. This wonderful city, and its surrounding...
As the May bank holiday weekend approaches, Green Councillors representing city-centre seafront wards are raising concerns over the use of the beach as they anticipate a large number of visitors.  Brunswick and Adelaide ward councillors have also emphasised that a sizeable increase in visitors could result in more litter on...
Documents retained by Conservative Councillors in a Freedom of Information request revealed that the Labour council entered into an early termination agreement with Edge Public Solutions LTD. This agreement allowed the consultancy to keep £181,000 despite their unsuccessful efforts. Edge was given a six figure contract to set up...
With international travel a distant and unlikely prospect this year, holidaymakers will need to turn their attention to getaways closer to home. A staycation boom is on the horizon; once lockdown restrictions are lifted, Costa del Sol will be swapped for the Jurassic Coastline, and a weekend in Berlin...
There was some good news for cyclists recently, as the government and local authorities, including Brighton and Hove City Council, announced plans to invest heavily in infrastructure for cycling and walking.  Written by Laura Ferguson  The announcement was made by the Secretary of State for Transport, Grant Shapps, and includes proposed...
Peru is the land of ancient Inca architecture, wild landscapes, colourful tradition and Paddington Bear. It is a country with a history and culture so vibrant that it overwhelms your senses and leaves a stamp on your heart. It is a fascinating fusion of old and new, where you’ll...
Written by Sila Kiss “Travel makes one modest. You see what a tiny place you occupy in the world.” Gustave Flaubert In my last article we travelled from Fethiye to Antalya. In this article we will start from Antalya, the south of the Turkey to the North. Of course, it would...
Penang, an island fondly named the ‘food capital of Malaysia’ and ‘Pearl of the Orient’ and designated UNESCO heritage site in 2008 is a paradise with no shortage of natural scenery and cultural sights, alongside its year-round thirty-five degree exotic temperatures. As people are now confronted with perhaps rising...