Viking adds new Bermuda and Iceland sailings to summer schedule

Viking will continue restarting limited operations with a collection of sailings around Bermuda and Iceland beginning in June.As a result of strong demand among past Viking guests in the United Kingdom, the line has also added two additional sailings of the England’s Scenic Shores itinerary the same month.All of Viking’s new ‘Welcome Back’…

20 Of The Best Rum Cocktails To Make This Winter

Double Chicken Please, New York City For years I always thought of rum as a warm-weather drink. Distilled from sugarcane or molasses, a rum cocktail (or a neat pour) just feels tropical, even if there isn’t a palm tree in sight. But those same caramel and spice flavors also work beautifully in winter drinks. Whether you want a toddy-like

These 8 Places Have Low Covid Rates And Open Borders

The coronavirus may be running rampant across much of the western world but there are still places you can travel to that have managed the virus well and have low case counts despite welcoming visitors. Here are 8 places…

Bangkok In June: Explore Bangkok On A Shoestring Budget

Officially named as “Krung Thep Maha Nakhon,” Bangkok is a fast-paced metropolis known for its towering skyscrapers, pulsating nightlife, and summer heat. Housing a population of 8 million, Bangkok, without a doubt, is the largest city in Thailand. It…

The 10 best food TV shows to watch on lockdown

From the inimitable Anthony Bourdain to classic Madhur Jaffrey, food programmes offer much more a recipe catch-up. But which ones should you stream now?Isolation draws us into a closer relationship with the telly but food TV offers more than just a chance to catch up on recipes and techniques. Over recent years, programmes have moved away from “stand and stir” and are now an excellent excuse for all manner of science, cultural history, humour, escapism and pure entertainment. Continue reading… …

Where can I go? Countries UK holidaymakers can travel to without restriction

A guide to destinations that UK tourists can now visit, in light of the government’s updated travel corridor listThe number of countries that travellers can visit from the UK without any restrictions has risen after transport secretary Grant Shapps added the Canaries, Denmark, Mykonos and the Maldives to the travel corridor list on 22 October. Mykonos had been the only island in Greece that wasn’t on the travel corridor list. Sweden, Greece and Gibraltar remain on the travel corridor list but the German government is requiring travellers from anywhere in the UK to quarantine for 14 days on entering Germany, as of 11.01 on 23 October. The UK Foreign Office travel advice states “those who can provide evidence of a negative test taken in a European Union member state or a state with comparable quality standards less than 48 hours prior to arrival may be exempted from the requirement to quarantine.”Although Denmark has been added to the UK’s green list, the Danish government has banned UK travellers “without a worthy purpose”. All tourists visiting the Maldives must present a negative Covid test on arrival. Continue reading… …

Review: American Airlines Boeing 777-300ER Business Class (Miami to London)

Wednesday newsletters always feature a hotel or flight review. Today (October 28, 2020): Review of American Airlines’ Boeing 777-300ER Business Class (Miami to London) Early 2020, the Coronavirus pandemic forced international travel to shut down. While in lockdown, I ‘discovered’ some unpublished material of flight clips and photos on my

Shopping In Shillong: 10 Amazing Places For An Unmatched Experience In 2020

No matter where and how far and how beautiful places we travel to, at some point we are bound to feel homesick. At some point, we are surely going to miss home, because no matter what, that is where our hearts stay. However, for you to feel and understand which is your home exactly, you need to first travel. There are millions of people exploring every

British Airways Announces The First Flights From London Heathrow To Bermuda In Over 30 Years

The UK's most popular airline has just announced that from 28 March 2021, it will operate daily flights from London Heathrow to Bermuda. This the first time the airline has flown to Bermuda from London’s biggest airport since 1989.Want to know more on British Airways Announces The First Flights From London Heathrow To Bermuda In Over 30 Years click

British Airways moves Bermuda flights to Heathrow

British Airways has announced that from March 28th, it will operate daily flights from London Heathrow Terminal 5 to Bermuda.Want to know more on British Airways moves Bermuda flights to Heathrow click here go to tour news source. Travel and tour information summary from Breaking Travel News.Author: Breaking Travel NewsBritish Airways has announced

A Guide to Exploring Colonial New York City

Posted: 9/24/20 | September 24th, 2020 As a history nerd, I love taking a deep dive into a destination’s past. I’m a firm believer that if you don’t understand where people have come from, you’ll never understand where they are now. It’s a big reason why I love museums so much. As one of the oldest cities in the country, New York City has

15 Churches In Indore That Will Easily Leave You Spellbound With Their Brilliance In 2020!

Cover Image Credit: Indore is the commercial city of Madhya Pradesh which is expanding every year. It is the largest city built on Malwa Plateau providing a stunning atmosphere for living. Even though it’s an industrial area but still maintains the ancient beauty and numerous monuments. The blend of both modern and ancient civilizations

Which countries are open for tourism?

Friday newsletters always feature luxury travel contests, tips, series, or news. Today (September 17, 2020): Which countries are open for tourism? Although many governments across the globe are still advising against “nonessential” international travel, several countries have eased their Covid-19 border restrictions and have reopened for international
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