Monthly Archives: March 2015


Will you go to Tunisia this summer?

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Mar 2015

Will you go to Tunisia this summer?

A couple of weeks ago saw the devastating attack on Bardo Museum in Tunisia by IS militants, meaning that Tunisia’s tourism has sadly fallen. Our hearts go out to everyone who was affected by the terrorist attack, and also to Tunisia...

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Live smartphone tours from locals show remote sightseers the world

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Mar 2015

Live smartphone tours from locals show remote sightseers the world

For more travel and technology news, visit www.springwise.com For the original article, click here   The tourism industry has been fundamentally transformed by peer-to-peer platforms such asAirbnb, which enable travellers to book accommodation more directly from each other. There are...

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Maryland’s Alternative Spring Break from £1,235pp

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Mar 2015

Maryland’s Alternative Spring Break from £1,235pp

Spring Break is a quintessentially American experience, where many US college students flock to the country’s beaches to party and unwind from the stress of academia. The state of Maryland, however, does Spring Break very differently. UK visitors can experience...

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Don’t miss the Blue Whales of the Azores

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Mar 2015

Don’t miss the Blue Whales of the Azores

Don’t miss your chance to look a mighty Blue Whale in the eye on an exhilarating RIB boat water safari as the world’s largest creature migrates through the Azores this spring. Just four hours’ direct flight from London, the subtropical...

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State-Side Antiques Road Trips in New England

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Mar 2015

State-Side Antiques Road Trips in New England

Art and history lovers looking to take their own antiques road trips state-side this spring will find no better destination to grab a vintage bargain than in the six states of New England, a region which boasts some of America’s...

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