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    Posted by Ian Wickens on April 28, 2022 at 11:48 am

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    • February is LGBTQ+ history month: here are 10 of the best places to celebrate it
      by Stephen Emms on January 30, 2023 in Gay and lesbian travel, Travel, United Kingdom holidays, Pride, LGBTQ+ rights, Day trips, Museums, Film, Top 10s

      This year’s event is themed on queer contributions to cinema, with screenings, museum tours, talks and exhibitions from Glasgow to MargateSince its launch in 2004, LGBTQ+ History Month’s aim has been to increase the visibility of lesbian, gay, bisexual […]

    • Alpine retreats: 10 of the best wellness breaks with spas and mountain views
      by Annabelle Thorpe on January 29, 2023 in Travel, Health and fitness holidays, Health & wellbeing, Life and style, Europe holidays

      Give yourself a regenerating boost at 10 of the most energising and uplifting mountain wellness resorts and spasThe first certified bio-organic hotel in the Vorarlberg region, this 500-year-old building is now home to a soothing mountain retreat, combining a […]

    • 10 of the best group trips for solo travellers
      by Joanna Booth on January 29, 2023 in Travelling solo, Group trips, Europe holidays, Top 10s, Travel, Hostels, Africa holidays

      From wild camping in the Sahara and the Lakes to culinary adventures and tours of Europe, these holidays are also a fun way to meet new people Intrepid Travel’s Real Food Adventures offers the chance to meet travellers with a similar appetite for delving […]

    • ‘It’s all about stepping out of your comfort zone’: 10 tips for solo travellers
      by Phoebe Taplin on January 28, 2023 in Travelling solo, Travel, United Kingdom holidays, Europe holidays

      Travelling alone needn’t mean feeling lonely and left out: hostels, guided walks and foodie tours are great ways to both explore and meet new peopleYoung adults, new remote workers and empty-nesters on “gap” years are all fuelling a post-lockdown boom […]

    • A solo trip around Europe, with my travel phobia? I only wish I’d done it sooner
      by Daniel Lavelle on January 28, 2023 in Travel, Europe holidays, Rail travel, Paris holidays, Nice holidays, Florence holidays, Rome holidays, Vatican City State holidays, Michelangelo, Pizza

      My first trip alone was daunting, but the romance and beauty of Paris, Florence and Rome helped me conquer my fearsI’ve never been to Paris before, but it’s living up to its reputation so far. I only arrived a few minutes ago and have parked myself in a […]

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