With foreign travel just opening up and only a handful of countries making the green list , staycations are on the cards for a lot of Brits this summer. But not all holidays live up to expectations, and some coastal trips can be let down by smelly water, littered sand and run-down towns. With this in mind, SaveOnEnergy.com/uk set out to find Britain’s beaches with the cleanest, or filthiest,...
With England’s traffic light system coming into play on May 17th, we won’t be able to travel to red list countries, but that doesn’t mean we can’t frame a new photo of ourselves lounging by a pool in Turkey, exploring the temples in Nepal, or even spotting animals in South Africa. Introducing a holiday photo service by global home-swapping platform Love Home Swap, which offers free...
With lockdown restrictions easing but international travel still uncertain, staycations are becoming an extremely popular option for UK holiday-goers this year.
If you’re keen to avoid the crowds and the staycation hotspots on your next trip, new research1 by holidaycottages.co.uk reveals the best alternative destinations to the top staycation hotspots in the UK.
Following the Prime Minister’s roadmap announcement earlier this week, several tour operators have reported a dramatic surge in holiday bookings for the period after 17 May, i.e. “Step 3”. Travel Insurance Explained has also seen a spike in the number of European and UK-specific policies sold for this summer through numerous insurance providers.
Holidays are fun and relaxing at any time of the year, but some breaks feel more necessary than others.
If you’re getting a little too angry about strangers standing on the wrong side of the escalator, flatmates that don’t replace the toilet roll or frustrating cliffhangers at the end of TV shows, then it’s probably time to take a breather somewhere sunny and remote.