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4 City Breaks for Valentine’s Day with a difference

February is the month of love, and even if Valentine’s Day is not your thing, its the perfect excuse to book a trip with the one you love. A city break is the classic Valentine’s Day trip, but instead of visiting one of the usual suspects (ahem, Paris), expand your horizons a little further and check out these 4 alternative ...

Where to travel in 2016

2016 has arrived, and what better way to welcome in the new year with a holiday? The allure of a weekend city break or a relaxing fortnight by the beach is sure to beat those winter blues. Here’s a list of 2016’s hottest travel destinations:

Christmas Trees Around The Globe – In Pictures

The holidays are upon us which means cities around the world are getting their festive freak on!  

Eiffel Tower Glows In French Colours To Mourn Victims

Tonight in Paris, the Eiffel Tower was illuminated in the colours of the national flag to mourn those lost in Friday's attack. 

France's iconic tower is lit with red, white and blue tonight to pay tribute to the victims of the Paris attacks last Friday. The tallest structure in the City of Light and the iconic international symbol of France, reopened on Monday. From Monday night to midnight Tuesday, the famous tower will project the city motto "Fluctuat Nec Mergitur" - 'tossed by the waves but does not sink' to continue 3 days of national mourning.

-Luke Abrahams


5 Ways you can escape Winter

Once Halloween is done and dusted, winter in the north hemisphere is well on it’s way. Without sounding too Game of Thrones-esque, the cold months are upon us.

Where are Greece’s Wealthy?

As difficult negotiations continue in Brussels, Greece’s wealthy citizens are keeping low or getting ready to leave the country.

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