Three Travel Risks to be Aware of in Worst Case Brexit Scenario

Three Travel Risks to Be Aware of in Worst Case Brexit Scenario Unless there is an extension, on 29 March the United Kingdom will leave the European Union whether an exit deal is in place or not. No matter what happens, the travel terms between the United Kingdom and the EU will change. In the event of a no deal Brexit, it’s essential for passengers to be prepared for Continue reading

Valentine’s Day Getaway: The Romantic Towns and Cities of the Cotswolds

The Romantic Towns and Cities of the Cotswolds Rolling hills, lush meadows and winding rivers, the Cotswolds is among the most romantic places in the United Kingdom to spend with your partner. Back in 1966, the region was designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and the region’s wonder is only enhanced by quaint hamlets, towns, and small cities throughout Continue reading

EU Calls for Higher Compensation for Rail Delays

EU Calls for Higher Compensation for Rail DelaysThe self-imposed goal of a punctuality rate of 82% in long-distance traffic is, according to Deutsche Bahn CEO Richard Lutz, in the distant future. Time and time again, there have been delays. In August 2018, only 70% of long-distance trains arrived at their destination on time. Passengers affected by a train delay currently receive Continue reading

Lesser Known Gems in the United Kingdom

Lesser Known Gems in the United KingdomThe United Kingdom has no shortage of cultural and natural wonders to behold. Between London’s multitude of sights, Stonehenge, the Lake District and Scottish Highlands, there are tons of lesser known attractions to discover. Quaint historic towns, scenic waterfalls, legendary castles, a dramatic coastline and even a toxic blue lagoon are among the UK’s Continue reading

Celebrate Hogmanay in Edinburgh, One of the World’s Largest New Year’s Celebrations!

Celebrate Hogmanay in Edinburgh, One of the World's Largest New Years Celebrations!The Hogmanay celebration is one of the biggest New Year’s celebrations in the world and is one of Edinburgh’s most cherished events. In 1996, the Hogmanay celebration was marked in the Guinness Book of Records as the largest New Year’s party in the world with roughly 400,000 people! Featuring a torchlit procession, live music among Continue reading

A Literary Anniversary, Ice-Skating and Pirates! Have an Unforgettable Holiday Celebration in Portsmouth

A Literary Anniversary, Ice-Skating and Pirates! Have an Unforgettable Holiday Celebration in PortsmouthThe city of Portsmouth is embracing the holiday season with Victorian charm, honoring the 175th anniversary of Charles Dickens’ classic, The Christmas Carol. Alongside readings and period attire, the city offers so much to anyone looking for some holiday cheer. From a show about daring pirates who saved Christmas to a Continue reading

Driverless Buses to launch on Edinburgh to Fife Route by 2021

Driverless Buses to launch on Edinburgh to Fife Route in 2020 In a 2020 trial, the world’s first full-sized fleet of self-driving buses will cross the Forth Road Bridge and run between Fife and Edinburgh. These buses hope to board passengers as early as 2021. According to UK Business secretary Greg Clark, “The UK is building on its automotive heritage and strengths to develop the new vehicles and technologies and from 2021 the public will get to experience the Continue reading

Escape the Winter Months with a Southeast Asian Excursion

Escape the Winter Months with a Southeast Asian ExcursionAs the chilly winter months are approaching, many travellers with itchy feet are looking for a sunny escape. It’s the perfect time to visit Southeast Asia! While the prospect of travelling so far might seem daunting, the reality is that the plane ticket will likely be the most expensive part of your trip as affordable hotels, restaurants and Continue reading