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8 Alternative Romantic Spots around the World

When it comes to romance and travel, the big hitters like New York City, Paris and Venice get a lot of attention, especially for anniversaries, special birthdays and Valentine’s Day. And while they’re...
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Blogging in the mountains

How to Start a Travel Blog

Travel blogging can be an exciting hobby, but for some, it could also be an inspiring alternative to a 9-5 office job. Whether you want to make a full-time career out of being a travel blogger or you ...
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Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco

3 of the Best Multi-Stop Flight Itineraries

With a multi-stop airfare, the world is your oyster. Whether you want to add an offbeat pit stop on the way to your main destination, or go on a once-in-a-lifetime globetrotting odyssey, our Specialis...
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Norwegian fjords cruise

An Expert's Guide to Cruise Holidays

Flight Centre’s Steven McLean has been to 34 countries, and his all-time favourite way to travel is by ship. There are many different ways to cruise; here Steve shares all there is to know about sight...
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Bali, Indonesia

10 Best Places to Escape the Winter Blues

We all know that winter in the UK can be a bit of a depressing time of year. The fanfare of the festive season is over, the weather is miserable and the dread of another full year is upon us. So why n...
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6 Things to Know Before you Go Skiing

Skiing is a holiday activity that people return to year after year. It’s fun, exhilarating and rewarding to speed down a beautiful snow-covered slope with the cool wind in your face. That said, we kno...
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Flight Centre’s Most Popular Blog Posts of 2017

As the year draws to a close, we’ve looked back at Flight Centre’s favourite blog posts from the last 12 months to see what got you travel-obsessed lot clicking this year. Here are our top 10 most pop...
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Coron, Philippines

Where to Go in 2018

Once the dust has settled on the Champagne and fireworks, new year can be a gloomy time. It’s cold, it’s continuously dark, and spring feels like a million miles away. So what better way to lift your ...
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10 Things I Ate in Canada

Canada is perhaps not the first country that springs to mind when you think of culinary excellence, but it should be. On a recent trip to Ontario, I gorged on some of the best food I’ve had in a long ...
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10 Summer Adventures for a Weekend in Finland

Fancy a really wild weekend in Europe? Whether you kayak and camp on unspoilt isles, seek the brown bears hidden deep in its forests, or just bask under its midnight sun, Finland was made for adventur...
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5 Reasons Why You Should Stopover in Singapore

Small but perfectly formed, Singapore is the ultimate melting pot, blending cuisines, architecture and art in astonishing style. Stay for a day or longer. You won’t regret it, says Lee Cobaj... ...
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7 of the Best Pit Stops in Death Valley

Straddling the diverse US states of California and Nevada, it’s no wonder Death Valley is a land of extremes. It’s best known for being the hottest place on earth – the highest official recorded air t...
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