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Travel, cinema and music to empower women

ADRA council has organized a programme of events aimed at raising awareness about the importance of gender equality to mark the International Day for...

Cadiz – a city break in Spain

WHEN we think of booking a city break in Europe- Rome, Barcelona and Paris seem to be the first that pop into our minds. Let’s...

Trujillo – birthplace of the conquistadores

WHEN thoughts turn to Extremadura, most attention is focused on the magnificent Roman remains of Merida, or the equally impressive monasteries of Guadalupe and...

FLYING HIGH: Almeria Airport records best passenger numbers since 2008

MORE than a million passengers used Almeria Airport in 2017, recording the best figures since 2008. A total of 1,007,446 passengers used the airport last...

Who’s watching your pets this holiday?

HOW can you care for your property when you’re on holiday? With both urban and rural crime on the rise an empty house over the...

Online holiday booking to get new protections

HOLIDAYMAKERS who book trips on the internet will get new protections so they are not left stranded abroad or lose money if their travel...

Online holiday booking becomes easier

EXPEDIA, the world’s largest online travel company, now has a connection to ResRequest. ResRequest is constantly improving its product and connectivity between suppliers and buyers...

Tips for stress-free travelling

WHETHER IT'S business travel, family road tripping or a romantic getaway exploring new places is exciting. You may be counting down the days until you...

Insurance risk for young travellers

TRAVEL INSURANCE is something that should be on everyone's holiday packing list, yet it seems that not enough people give it the priority it...

What Does Brexit Mean For Travellers?

In light of the vote to leave the European Union, Monarch Airlines have answered some key immediate questions travellers may find useful. Am I still able to...

Discover Jersey

Discover Jersey “Little bits of France dropped into the sea and picked up by Britain.” That is how Victor Hugo, the French poet, referred to the...
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