10 amazing things you didn’t know about Iceland

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Iceland is one of the hottest tourist destinations in recent years. We’re going to explore what makes this small island one of the most developed countries in the world. And what sets it apart from other more mainstream destinations. The country was first settled by Scandinavia and Celtic people from the British Isles. Most recently, […]

10 Things You Didn’t Know About South Korea

South Korea was born on 17 August 1948, after World War II. Today, South Korea has a higher level of education than any other OECD country. South Korea’s population increased by 182,223 in a single year. As of 2018, its population has reached a little over 51 million. Interestingly, 81.6 %  of the country’s population […]

10 Things you didn’t know about Malta

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– Let’s talk about a beautiful and mesmerizing country: the Republic of Malta. The island country is located in the Mediterranean sea. Islands of Malta are flat and rocky with a coastline that consists of cliffs and bays, perfect for harboring vessels. The capital Valletta is a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1980 for its […]

9 things you did not know about Guatemala

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– Does the Mayan civilization ring a bell? We’re going to talk about Guatemala. Full of mystery and with a rich history behind it, Guatemala is a country in Central America. It has a population of over 15 million citizens, including 60% of people with indigenous roots. One of the most well-known things about Guatemala […]

10 Things you didn’t know about Amsterdam

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Have you ever visited the beautiful city of Amsterdam? Originally, Amsterdam was founded as a fishing village. It was created around the damn of the Amstel river. The first time the name Amsterdam appears is in records dating back to 1275. Amsterdam is the capital of the Netherlands and has a population of over 821,000 […]

9 amazing facts about Alaska to know before your visit

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Let’s take a look at 9 amazing facts about Alaska, arguably the most neglected state of the USA. It stretches from the Aleutian Islands to the Eastern Hemisphere, making it the largest state of the country. It covers an area of 663,268 square miles and counts 738,432 people. For most people, the first thing that […]

Is Bordeaux and its region the best area to visit in France?

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Nowadays, Bordeaux is one of the tourists’ favourite. It was nicknamed the Sleeping Beauty as its touristic development took more time than in Paris or Marseille. The city is stunning and offers an incredible combination of culture and art-de-vivre. It is located in Westerner France, near the Atlantic Ocean and within the greatest wine producing area […]

Naples City Break – our top tips for the perfect trip!

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Naples is one of the greatest Italian cities. If you are looking for an exciting city break, it might be the place for you. The city is young, fun and trendy and you will discover one of the best cuisines in the world. With both amazing roman and medieval heritage, Naples is vibrant and so […]

Our Exclusive Passport Appointment Queue-Jumping System

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In 2014, Her Majesty’s Passports Office received more applications for British passports than ever before. Such a high volume of demand inevitably led to a backlog forming, even for Premium and Fast Track services. This, of course, causes concern among those who urgently need to travel. Many end up having to miss their holidays because […]

Lost Or Stolen Passports – What Should I do to get a new passport?

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Losing a passport, or having it stolen, is one of the most dreaded situations for any British citizen. This document is essential to everyday life both within the country and abroad. Failing to present it could, in certain situations, result in problems for the passport holder. Lost passport abroad? Fortunately, the British government does account […]