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We’ve all felt the intense anxiety that comes with the long wait at the baggage carousel. Every case seems to look like yours, your case always seems to be the last one to appear and you cannot help but think it will never come out. But what do you do if your luggage really is lost? Here’s what to do if you’ve lost your luggage.

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Don’t snooze through your visit. Beat jet lag with our five top tips.

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You’re at the airport and excited about Rome. Let’s get you there without any fuss.

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A 1,000ft cliff which is the northern most point of both Europe and Norway and otherwise known as North Cape, Nordkapp attracts many travellers every year who want to see the breathtaking views that it offers.

NordKapp

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One of the easiest and most satisfying ways of taking in all the natural beauty that a country has to offer is by travelling through it by train. Without the stresses of hiring a car and having to concentrate on planning a route to your chosen destination, the train offers everyone a chance to relax and fully enjoy the scenery on offer. Italy is one of Europe’s most popular destinations and this article takes a look at buying tickets and travelling on the country’s main train line, Trenitalia.

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Located on a rocky tidal island in Normandy, France, is the commune known as Mont St. Michel and its population of 44 residents. It is situated roughly a half mile off France’s northwestern coastline near Avranches at the Couesnon River’s mouth. The island is most known for the Norman Benedictine Abbey of St Michel, the beautiful and well-preserved structure situated on the island’s peak. The medieval town is filled with diverse architectural styles and surrounded by numerous winding streets.

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Zürich airport is one of the main airports in Switzerland. Its small size makes it easy to navigate and it also has fast connections to Zürich city: it takes just ten minutes from the airport to the city centre by train.The airport has information desks for arriving tourists in arrivals halls 1 and 2. The Airport Service Centre in the car park 2, on the first floor, offers tourist information.
Zurich Airport

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The trip from Los Angeles to San Francisco is one of the great American journeys taking in the sun-kissed and mesmerisingly beautiful Californian coastline. With one of the world’s hottest travel destinations at each end and a route littered with spectacular scenery and inviting beaches, the journey is among the top global travel experiences.

San Francisco Road Trip

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Budapest Ferihegy International Airport (BUD) is located around 16 km from the city of Budapest. Trains, minibuses and taxis connect the airport to the city. The airport has three terminals: 1, 2A and 2B. Terminal 1 and the other two terminals 2A/2B are connected by a bus service.

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Bus and Metro

Bus number 200E is direct bus between the airport terminals 1 and 2A/2B and the Kőbánya-Kispest metro station. From the metro station the M3 metro line takes you to the city centre and is the most affordable way to travel between the airport and the city. read full article

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Venice is served by two international airports, Marco Polo has been the most popular to date with full service airlines while the second, Treviso, is the base for budget airline routes to and from the city. Unsurprisingly, Treviso is further away and therefore connections are slightly less convenient.

airport in venice

Marco Polo Airport offers travellers the chance to experience one of the most glamorous airport transfers anywhere in the world as they cruise across the Laguna Veneta towards the iconic skyline and grandeur of Venice. read full article

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Berlin enjoys a very well-connected, relatively inexpensive, and efficient public transportation system. There are two main airports in the city: Berlin Tegel (TXL), located in the northwest and Berlin Schoenefeld (SXF), located in the southeast. Both are international airports, but Schoenefeld mostly caters to charter flights and low-budget carriers like EasyJet and Ryanair. Tegel is considered the current official international airport of Berlin, but that is soon to change in 2011 when Schoenefeld becomes Berlin’s sole airport.

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Berlin Brandenburg Gate

While there are many tour bus companies ready to escort you to all your Berlin site-seeing destinations, the city 100 bus can take you to many of those same locales for only the 2.10€ price of the ticket. It runs from Zoologischer Garten to Alexanderplatz and back and stops at many essential Berlin spots along the way. read full article

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Flying with your pet

As every pet owner knows full well, flying with a pet is expensive and problematic. This article provides some useful suggestions on how to make travelling with a pet easier, and also provides tips on how to save on travel costs.

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Unlike some cities, Lisbon has a wealth of public transport options available.

Tram in Lavra, Lisbon

This is useful as Lisbon is built on a series of seven hills and the valleys in between them that can make life difficult read full article

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Thinking of heading to Venezuela for the holidays? The capital is a great destination. With a population of approximately four million, Caracas is one of the most populated cities in Venezuela and is close to the coast.

Caracas Teleferico

The uniqueness of Caracas is the perfect mingling of Caribbean heat with the crisp coolness of the Andes, giving it exquisite climate. read full article

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