The costs of your holiday can add up quickly, particularly when you start looking at accommodation, food, drinks, flights and transfers all at once. One way that you can try to save money is through booking your flights cleverly. Here are some tips on how to do that.
Savvy holiday makers know what to look for when getting a great holiday, from getting the cheapest price, to finding the right hotels in the right areas, never getting sold short. Website such as TripAdvisor can be a fountain of knowledge as long as you read between the lines and check out more than the hotel review pages, the forums can help you out of holiday conundrums.
New York is a vast city and has lots of things to see and do for the whole family; here are our top three attractions in New York.
Statue of Liberty
Probably one of the most iconic landmarks and symbols of New York and the US as a whole, the Statue of Liberty is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the city. A gift from the people of France to celebrate America’s freedom and independence, this stunning statue has stood on Liberty Island in the middle of New York harbour for over 125 years.
Benidorm is a fantastic destination for families, there is plenty to see and do here and a number of great hotels for families. It’s important to keep your kids occupied whilst on holiday, whether you’re on the beach or by the pool.
Thailand should be on any discerning tourist’s list of countries to visit. The people are friendly, the food is terrific and the beaches are second to none. Thailand is an enigma: you will love and hate some things at the same time, but you will find yourself constantly being drawn back to the land of sunshine smiles.
For an affordable Greek getaway, you can’t beat the island of Kos, made up of a beautiful coastline small little coves and quaint fishing villages. Holidays in Kos have something to offer every traveller, whether you’re looking for a quiet relaxing getaway or a lively break away. The typical white wash villages aren’t a sight to miss, hidden in the hills. You should also try and explore the countryside here and not just the beaches; there really are some beautiful views to enjoy.
Singapore is located just north of the equator and on more than a few days of the year it certainly feels like it. However, July and August see some of the cooler days, if you can call 30 degrees cool. Being equatorial, of course, means that the climate rarely fluctuates beyond a few degrees.
San Francisco is a rolling metropolis of culture and history and is one of the most visited cities in America. The city grew up from the California gold rush that attracted a flood of treasure seekers and fuelled the city’s growth.
Madrid is the place to visit for a taste of the real and rich Spanish culture. Despite its modern face and infrastructure, Madrid has preserved much of its historic feel and cultural heritage, from siestas to traditional foods and fiestas. Even the ultra modern events will still have some touch of tradition in Madrid.
Gateway to the mysteries of North Africa and only just beyond the borders of Europe across the narrow Straits of Gibraltar; from the heat of the Saharan dunes to the icy peaks of the High Atlas Mountains; from the Kasbah to the desert oases; Morocco can be a challenge, as the vastly differing cultures and traditions of Europe and Africa collide and frequently fuse in the quest to attract tourists.
With the warm Indian Ocean on one side and the rugged peaks of the Drakensberg on the other, what was once the Kingdom of the Zulus is now one of South Africa’s most multi-cultural provinces; welcome to Kwazulu-Natal. Lush, tropical vegetation and expansive beaches make Kwazulu one of South Africa’s most popular holiday destinations with domestic tourists. Today, it is also being discovered by travellers from much further afield.