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Travel stories, tips and news from real travellers.

Lisa Owen

Nice, St Tropez and Cannes are all lovely cities to visit. But to really immerse yourself in the beauty of the south of France - the Cote d'Azur - you should head a little more east!

Sangeeta Kocharekar

Split as a town has a lot more to offer than just its proximity to some of Croatia’s most stunning islands. It’s got beautiful beaches, an ancient palace and a pretty waterfront promenade lined with dozens of restaurants and bars. If you’re heading to Split soon, here’s what to experience.

Jessica Ward

Low on cash but still want to explore the world? Travelling doesn’t need to cost a pretty penny… Here are our best tips on how to travel on a budget, without sacrificing on fun!

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When you’re looking for a family holiday, Denmark is probably not the first destination that comes to mind, but maybe it should be. With a culture centred on outdoor and family activities, Denmark offers a number of family activities.

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Find out the best ways to avoid Bali belly. Cover-More provides tips about how to stay healthy on your holiday.

Sangeeta Kocharekar

To help you navigate your way around Washington D.C., check out our travel guide. Find out where you should stay and some of the best things to see and do during your stay in the US capital!

Lisa Owen

When you think of Portugal, you probably consider it to be a summertime destination. Turns out that the Portuguese capital of Lisbon is actually a great place to visit during the winter months too! Find out why.

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Dining out is part and parcel of travelling. Sampling the cuisines of other cultures is a huge part of everyone's experience when they're abroad, but you need to ensure you won't offend at the dinner table! Get to grips with dining etiquette across the globe with this handy guide.

Lisa Owen

Not everyone has camping on top of a volcano on their bucket list. But in true adventurer style, it was a must do on mine and I knew just the place: Guatemala.

Lisa Owen

Did you know that you can hike Japan’s highest mountain without a guide? Here’s what it was like to hike up Mt Fuji solo – as well as some useful tips on how to do it.

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