Macao, Foodies Paradise

The first thing you see landing into Macao is the towering silhouettes of the casinos, dozens of glass and concrete behemoths looming over the horizon,  shrouded in sickly neon mist, firing laser over the sky.  There's the hulking, lotus-shaped Grand Lisboa, the rust-coloured reproduction of Las Vegas' Wynn, the opulent towers of the Galaxy. Unlike mainland China, gambling has been legal in Macao since 1850, an industry that makes up more than half its local economy.  Most people you speak with will have come to either gamble or to watch a sporting event. Read more about Macao, Foodies Paradise


Experience the Two sides of Alberta, Canada

For your next short break, try combining a hip city break, incredible natural scenery and star gazing in Alberta's City of Edmonton and Jasper National Park.  The cool cultural city of Edmonton allows you to indulge in a vibrant food scene – dine at award-winning restaurants such as Corso 32, uncover some of the best Canadian cuisine such as the farm to table dishes offered at RGE RD, and sip on craft beers at Mercer Tavern, located in the new Ice District. Edmonton’s food landscape is inventive and diverse, just like the people who started the restaurants. Read more about Experience the Two sides of Alberta, Canada


Antalya, Turkey at its Best

Boasting gorgeous beaches, epic ancient sites and natural landscapes ripe for adventure, Antalya in Turkey has everything you need for a truly unforgettable holiday by the sea. For a holiday that combines stunning scenery, beautiful beaches, pine forests, fast-paced adventure and ancient sites look no further than Antalya, on Turkey’s Turquoise Coast. Boasting 300 days of sunshine per year, it’s the perfect destination for families and couples, sports enthusiasts, history buffs and sunbathers. Read more about Antalya, Turkey at its Best


Get The Chill Factor in Menorca

The small island of Menorca offers countless ways to disconnect from city life, from hiking along ancient paths to relaxing on perfect beaches.  Famed for its long stretches of golden beach, crystalline waters and barefoot philosophy; located in the Mediterranean Sea, Menorca is one of Spain’s Balearic Island that does things its own way. You’ll know Menorca is special from the moment you first set eyes on its rolling landscape and immaculate 200km coastline, or from your first taste of a unique cuisine that’s a melting pot of styles and influences. Read more about Get The Chill Factor in Menorca

Take A Grand Tour of Switzerland

Impressive for its compact size, Switzerland boasts a diverse array of historical attractions and natural wonders, making it the ideal destination for a show-stopping road trip.  Travellers can explore some of Europe’s best preserved medieval villages, traverse giddy mountain passes, snowshoe across glacial plateaus and sip Grand Cru wines on the sun-drenched banks of crystal clear lakes. Read more about Take A Grand Tour of Switzerland

5 Reasons to Visit St. Kitts

Hike through the valley of Giants, zip line over the rainforest canopy, dive among the coral beds and soak up centuries of fascinating history on unforgettable St.Kitts.  With its lush tropical rainforest and waters teeming with colourful fish, St.Kitts is a stunning escape. Enjoy a holiday suits your style – whether you’re fascinated history, you love to shop or you’re sporty at heart. There’s so much to see and do. Climb 1,000 feet down into the steaming crater floor of Sofa Rock, once the cap of a volcano. Read more about 5 Reasons to Visit St. Kitts


Explore Tunisia

It’s easy to feel energised when you’re surrounded by breathtaking wildlife, vibrant North African culture and enchanting ancient heritage. It’s even easier when you have clear blue skies, beating sun and perfect Mediterranean weather on your side. A brilliant balance of exotic adventure and unadulterated relaxation, Tunisia is elegant, inspiring and full of incredible secrets. Read more about Explore Tunisia

Visit North Yorkshire This Summer

North Yorkshire is one of the most beautiful parts of Britain. Home to two National Parks - the Yorkshire Dales and the North York Moors; two walled cities (Richmond and York); 16 National Trust properties (including the beautiful Fountains Abbey and Studley Royal) and no fewer than 27 castles – it’s got the lot.  When Le Tour de France came to the UK the Yorkshire Dales was the starting point.  Therefore, if it is good for Le Tour de France then it is sure to please the cycle enthusiasts and those who see themselves more advance. Read more about Visit North Yorkshire This Summer