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Vienna International Airport is currently undergoing massive improvement work with the addition of a third runway and an extra terminal.
The airport already handles an enormous number of passengers, 18.7 million in 2007, and this is set to grow even… read full article
Rome is known for its many wonders: the history, the food, the scooters, cobblestone streets and cats sleeping amongst 2,000 year-old ruins.
But Rome is still haunted, and rightly so, by an Italian reputation- an inefficient bureaucratic nightmare, if you… read full article
For economy and even business class passengers, there’s seldom been a time since the history of civil aviation that the class above yours wasn’t coveted.
Numerous strategies and a combination of words to the check-in staff are said to work, although many of… read full article
While it may seem like global jihadists, over protective governments and unscrupulous airlines all conspire these days to make the life of a traveller as difficult as possible, this is not actually true.
Flying is almost certainly going to remain a high stress… read full article
For most people a guide of how to behave when abroad is not necessary, respect for local customs that are different to the ones you are used to at home is natural and acceptance of other ways of life is part of… read full article
Do you always find yourself stressed when you travel with kids? Here are some expert-given tips on how you can keep the stress to a minimum level and still have fun playing chaperon while traveling.
1. Dress the kids in
For those travellers used to jetting about Europe on budget airlines for next to nothing, getting to St Petersburg can cause problems.
This problem has its roots in the punishing Russian visa regime… read full article
Don’t you hate it when motion sickness takes off all the joy from traveling?
Check out some of these tips that can help you prevent motion sickness.
1. Sit in front of the vehicle.
If you have the option to sit… read full article
When traveling through the different regions of France, the cuisine can vary as much as the landscape.
Visiting the north? You’re likely to find yourself tucking into hearty dishes featuring wild boar or venison. If in the… read full article
If people could have it their way, most would want to explore the world while they’re young and at the prime of their health.
Realistically though, most people are financially able to travel only after they’ve sent their children to… read full article
While many spectators on the route of the Tour de France are cycling fanatics, it’s not just an event for people who love the sport already.
If you’re in France in the month of the July, the Tour might just be the perfect day trip… read full article
A visit to York, the ancient city in northern England, is like a trip back in time.
You may think that this is to give hyperbole slightly too free a rein since the gaudy, loud and flashy aspects of modern British culture… read full article
The two cities of Bratislava and Vienna are both beautiful, intriguing and worth visitors time, but despite being the capitals of their respective countries (Austria and Slovakia duh!) they are only about 35 miles (56km) apart.
They are… read full article
Independent traveling can lead to incredible life experiences. Wherever you’re going, whatever you’re doing, if you’re going solo, always consider your personal safety.
Here are five safe travel tips:
1. Travel with companions
Avoid traveling solo constantly in every destination. Mix up your itineraries instead… read full article
We all know what Tuscany looks like when we shut out eyes but are we limited to only seeing the touristic northern half of the region?
The likes Florence, Lucca, San Gimignano are beautiful, but is there more to this wonderful area of… read full article