Destination Guides

Expert tips, advice and inspiration on travel destinations around the world. What to do if you only have 24 hours in a city? How to stay safe while travelling? And much more…

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2 minute travel guide to Thailand

Thailand is famous for tropical beaches, astounding temples, amazing food, rich culture, beach parties and is also a hub for snorkelling and scuba diving.

10 of world’s most eco-friendly golf courses

Sustainability is an ever-growing necessity and golf courses are joining the global movement
Emerald Maldives Resort & Spa

13 luxury hotels in the Maldives

Much loved for its beaches, blue lagoons and extensive reefs tourism, the Maldives is also famous for its luxury hotels. Here's our pick of the best.
Maldives beach

When is the best time to visit the Maldives?

Booking a trip to one of the luxurious and idyllic islands in the Maldives? Here's our guide to the best time is to visit, and what to expect weather wise.
Vigeland Park, Oslo

24 Hours In Oslo, Norway

Oslo, Norway's tiny capital, has been dubbed the green capital of Europe. It often feels more like a giant outdoor park – beautiful and enchanting.
Château Martinus

6 spooky castles in Western Europe to stay

Celebrate Halloween this year and book a night in one of these 6 spectacular spooky castles, all located in Western Europe.
Sri Lanka beach

When is the best time to visit Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka's weather is dictated by two key monsoon seasons and, because they alternate, the island can be seen as a an all-year round holiday destination.
Wawel Castle in Krakow, Poland

Travel guide: 48 hours in Krakow, Poland

Stroll through Krakow’s bustling neighbourhoods and soak up the plethora of art, history and culture in this beautiful Polish city.

24 hours in Khiva, Uzbekistan

A walled pedestrian city, Khiva with its quaint labyrinth of streets and sparkling tiles looks like it was built specifically for tourists. Yet this "museum" city has so much to offer.

24 hours in Tashkent, Uzbekistan

Uzbekistan’s capital Tashkent has 2,000 years of history that has seen Indian spice merchants and Chinese silk-sellers pass through Tashkent’s famous bazaars. And now you can too.

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