Having surveyed 200 UK travellers, Allianz Assistance reveals what UK holidaymakers most commonly consider to be their nightmare scenarios when it comes to planning a trip.
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UK travel agency Thomas Cook Group has reported a half-year loss of £1.46 billion, effecting store closures and job losses, as Brits delay holiday plans in line with Brexit uncertainty.
There’s some good news coming your way from the travel sphere this week, as a number of EU cities have banded together to tackle climate change by implementing sustainable tourism.
As part of awareness raising activities, the in-house medical team of Anvil Group has released a travel advisory aimed at business travellers.
Travellers who are desperate to trade tourist hotspots for cultural vacations this year can breathe a sigh of relief, as Sainsbury’s Bank Travel Money has exposed the currencies that have risen in popularity over the past four years – simultaneously highlighting some less-frequented European destinations.
After contacting 28 of the world’s biggest airlines, UK news broadcaster the BBC recently reported that less than half offer carbon offsetting.
A new study from startup Culture Trip offers some interesting insights into the changing mindsets of contemporary travellers, suggesting that their decisions are being driven by a new ‘culture economy'.
Healix International has warned that the upcoming South African general election may increase risk for travellers heading to the country, and offered advice for safe corporate travel.
Allianz Global Assistance unveils the 10 most popular international summer destinations for US travellers this year, revealing that all of the top destinations are in Mexico and the Caribbean.
A new report published by British global travel company Thomas Cook Group has revealed the top five destinations for UK citizens this summer, and the findings have highlighted an interesting shift in preferences, with 48 per cent opting to travel to non-Euro destinations – up 10 per cent from the same time last year.
On Friday 19 April, 2019, British aid worker Faye Mooney was killed when gunmen stormed a vacation resort in Kaduna State, Nigeria, where she was visiting on holiday. During the attack on the Kaijuru Castle resort, a local man was killed and three others were kidnapped.