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For anyone wanting to join the film industry’s elite for the 67th Cannes Film Festival this May, a break with Eurocamp offers the ideal way to get in on the action - with seven nights staying at the outdoor holiday specialist’s nearby Cap Esterel holiday village from just £530 per party.
Boutique breweries are catching up with vineyards as the ‘must-do’ food and drink experience in South Australia.
If you’re fed up with all the rain and are thinking about taking the family off for an exciting adventure holiday this Easter, Families Worldwide still has spaces on a variety of its diverse, action-packed trips including the following:
Spain’s diversity makes it a cultural powerhouse. It is Western Europe’s second-largest country (after France) in terms of area and the world’s third-largest exporter of wine, fruits and vegetables.
Those hoping to become the next chalet-girl-turned-Olympic champion need to learn how to cook first. Luxury chalet operator VIP SKI has created a tailored chalet cookery course to develop the skills and confidence required to run all aspects of a chalet.
Independent travellers looking to get off the beaten track in South America can now add Chile to their exploration list, with Chile revealed as Rickshaw Travel’s seventh Latin American destination.
Celebrate Easter with a whole host of fun activities for all the family in Shakespeare’s England from the 12 - 27 April. Search for clues to win prizes with Easter trails and egg hunts, see a performance of Curious, join in with the Shakespeare Birthday Celebrations, celebrate 1,100 years of history in Warwick, marvel at spring flowers at Hill Close Gardens or simply enjoy a special Easter lunch with friends and family.
A lot of luxurious venues can be a bit ‘cut and paste.’ That’s why it’s fantastic to try out something different for a change – it mixes things up a little. If you’ve ever wanted to get the safari experience with all the home comforts of rural England, then you’re in for a treat with Aspinall’s Livingstone Cottage.
Major publications globally have declared Arctic destinations among the most desirable places to head in 2014, even as the president of the leader in polar adventures, Quark Expeditions predicts an exceptional year for Arctic tourism. Increased accessibility and tour options, with greater awareness of polar destinations and activities, have piqued adventure-hungry travelers’ interest.
Following the 86th Academy Awards, hotel comparison website trivago.co.uk has compiled a list of six hotels featured in films released in the past year.
It’s a long slog, the Christmas-to-summer stint. If you’re aching for a complete escape from day-to-day drudgery, and eager to occupy your children with some proper outdoorsy activities – as opposed to sporadic spells in the local park – book a week, or maybe a long weekend, to get away over the Easter holidays...and make it special.
You’ve admired the Alpine skiing, found yourself glued to the giant slalom, been scared stiff by the skeleton and marvelled at the moguls, but now the closing ceremony’s been and gone, and the Winter Olympics are over for another four years.
Rugby fans can buy tickets to Rugby World Cup 2015 for the first time through the Official Travel Programme, thanks to England Rugby Travel.
Tanjong Jara Resort has announced the opening of its Dive Season 2014 on March 1 this year, taking advantage yet again of its unique position as a luxury resort which not only fronts the pristine South China Sea and boasts a multi award-winning Spa Village, but is also located a mere 50-minute speedboat ride away from one of the region's best kept diving secrets, Tenggol Island.
Get back to nature with new eco retreats in Australia's only biodiversity hotspot, take a private jet tour of Western Australia's (WA) world heritage sites or enjoy a stylish new hotel and free wifi in Perth, Australia's sunniest city.
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