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#Travel Trivia Monday  |  October 15th, 2018


Top 3 Cruise Ports in the World (Answers)

Port of Miami     4,980,490

Port Canaveral    4,248,296

Port Everglades    3,826,415


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#TravelQuoteTuesday  | September 4th, 2018


It's #TravelQuoteTuesday! Today's quote,


We live in a wonderful world that is full of beauty, charm and adventure. There is no end to the adventures that we can have if only we seek them with our eyes open.

- Jawaharlal Nehru




#DestinationWednesday  |  November 7th, 2018


World's Best Christmas Markets (continued)


Zagreb - Croatia

The sound of Christmas bells, the scent of gingerbread, mulled wine and various other delicacies... Just forget everything and enjoy all these wonderful things! During the Advent season, Zagreb offers a variety of events that will satisfy even the most demanding visitors. Plenty of fun, excellent food, unique events, art, but also a genuine Christmas atmosphere, await you on the streets of Croatia's capital.

Don't wait for Santa sitting by your fireplace, find him in the city! Make sure you polish your boots before you go because we have in store for you a number of pleasant surprises, including the musical program which will make you want to dance all night long!

Ready, set... Advent in Zagreb!

Book your flights, your best activities in Zagreb as well as your accommodation at the best price in the Capital of Croatia which is also your European capital of Christmas!


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#TravelTipThursday  |  November 15th , 2018




Only the most fearless and brave will walk up to the airline counters and through those security gates.

But, for you it might just be the most magical exciting time for the year for travel for you. So lets make this chaotic season of travel a little easier for you with the following tips.


1. Be Prepared. Accept. Embrace

Enter the holiday travel season with the understanding it’s going to be chaotic and possibly filled with problems.

Accept this is the case and choose to willingly travel despite this. It puts you in a much better position to handle the lines and the delays.

You’re already prepared for it. And you might get a nice surprise and not have the worst case scenario.

Breathe deeply and use the long queues as an opportunity to catch up on emails on your phone, or swap stories with the strangers around you – helping them to feel at ease at the same time – make it part of the journey.


2. Avoid Peak Travel Days

Sometimes this can be hard to do but when you’re searching for your flights click flexible dates so that you can find the best price and book your flights according to that period.

Planning to travel soon? Let us help you know what to do and when. Our pre-departure checklists will arrive in your inbox at the right stage of the travel planning journey and tell you what to take care of. They’re free.


3. Early or Late Flights are Best

Most people don’t like to fly at this time so you have a better airport experience and experience less delays as well.


4. Leave for the Airport with Plenty of Time

Even if you have an unusual surprise and the lines aren’t long at least you’ll make your flight and you can relax at the gate with a good book.

There is nothing more stressful then almost missing your flight.​​​​​​


5. Fly Direct to Avoid Possible Connection Delays

If not, plot your connection routes carefully bearing in mind weather conditions that might cause delays.

Don’t forget your holiday travel insurance!


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#FoodieFriday  |  October 26th, 2018


Must Eat Foods At European Christmas Markets

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Trdelnik is found in several Central European countries, originally in Hungary. The word trdelník is of either Czech or Slovak origin, root of this word is trdlo which is the name of the wooden spit, but can be also familiarly translated as goof.

Nowadays, trdelník is very popular among tourists as a sweet pastry in many countries, mostly in the Czech Republic. Alternative version, with fillings such as ice cream, has been spreading in popularity from its origin in Prague after 2010.



Thuringian Sausage

One thing you have to eat at the Christmas Markets, especially if you’re in Thuringia are the Thuringian sausages. The Germans eat them year-round – at the Christmas markets and grill them during the summer! Just remember – only mustard, no ketchup. Delicious!






Currywurst is another popular street food in Germany – it’s steamed, fried sausages that are cut up and then coated with a curry ketchup with an extra sprinkle of curry.




































































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