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The Government has announced the return of quarantine-free holidays abroad from May 17 under a “traffic light system” which dictates different restrictions for different destinations. The Telegraph’s Head of Travel Claire Irvin has answered some of our reader’s questions about the new travelling rules. Under this system, travellers will be able to visit countries under
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These are unusual times, and the state of affairs can change quickly. Please check the latest travel guidance before making your journey. Our writers visited these hotels pre-pandemic. The Caribbean can be ideal for a romantic break – think memorable sunsets enjoyed à deux over a rum punch or two, and arm-in-arm strolls along dreamy, palm-shaded beaches. Importantly, you’re
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This week, the UK Government is expected to announce a ‘green list’ of destinations to kickstart summer holidays. Overseas travel has been off the cards for months, but the traffic light system – due to come into effect on May 17 – will make them possible once again. British holidaymakers will be able to travel
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A popular destination for bird-watching, surfing and adventure sports, from white-water rafting to zip-lining, Costa Rica is undeniably touristy, so unless you stay in the middle of nowhere, don’t expect to escape other visitors completely. However, if you choose your time (don’t go over the Christmas holidays) and destination carefully, you can escape the crowds. If you’re going to be heading to Costa Rica anytime soon, we’ve got
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Travel planning isn’t all about booking flights and hotels, it includes a few boring aspects….one of them being travel insurance. What is travel insurance you might ask? Travel insurance is one of those things that you have to have, but hope you’ll never use. If you’re a traveler that loves to count every penny then travel
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A major part of vacation planning for any destination is determining how to get there. Key West offers transportation opportunities unlike any land-locked locale. There are many options by sea, land, and air that make the journey to Key West a grand part of the adventure. We’ve pulled together a guide on how to get to Key
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It was the 30th day of my amazing African adventure and I couldn’t believe I had been driving around this continent for a month now! After visiting so many amazing places already, next up was visiting Damaraland and Spitzkoppe. On this day, we left the spectacular Etosha behind and travelled onward through the desert, to
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Milan is certainly a powerhouse of fashion, finance, and furniture – but art destination? Really?   Apart from The Last Supper and the Duomo, Milan’s list of artistic blockbusters seems paltry when compared with those of Rome or Florence, but delve a little deeper and you will discover a city that played a significant role in the
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Seafood shacks, quaint beach cottages, and dune-lined beaches – Cape Cod is a major tourist hotspot for a good reason. Taking up nearly 600 miles of the southeastern Massachusetts coastline, Cape Cod is the perfect destination to soak up the summer sun. And where better to take in all the sun after a harsh winter
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As travelers, we love exploring our beautiful planet. With that comes the responsibility to try our best with reducing any negative effects that we may have with our actions. Travelers are becoming increasingly more eco conscious on the products that they are using – following the path of an eco-conscious traveler. The good news is
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British holidaymakers are eyeing up the potential travel ‘green list’ – the destinations to which Britons will be permitted to travel this summer without facing quarantine on their return, which could, initially, reach 30.  Malta, Israel and Gibraltar have all been placed under the spotlight in recent weeks due to their swift vaccine roll outs: immunisation rates are among
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