The 38 Cheapest Places To Travel In 2019; Laura Begley Bloom; Forbes

Want to save money in 2019? Check out these expert tips for the cheapest places to travel on a budget.

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The 13 Best Under-the-Radar Travel Destinations for 2019; Ian Centrone; Esquire

From the reinvented to the relatively unknown, it’s time to plan your next getaway.

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Why it’s worth visiting Tallinn, Estonia; Christine Amorose Merrill; C’est Christine

What to do, eat, drink and visit while traveling in Tallinn, Estonia. A winter guide to Tallinn.

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10 of the best destinations to head to this December; Laura Hampson; Evening Standard


While the festive season can be a busy time, that’s all the more reason to take yourself away from the festive parties and go on a pre-Christmas holiday. Below are our top destinations to visit in December, from a Pacific island, to a seaside town in Jordan and the end of the earth in Antarctica.

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Go boho in the Baltics: What to eat, drink and see in Tallinn; Jennifer Ceaser; Evening Standard

The first time I visited Tallinn I nearly missed the boat.

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The world’s most inspiring literary cities; Hayley Skirka; The National

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As Dubai prepares to host the Emirates Airline Festival of Literature, we present a guide to 10 of the best cities in which to venture beyond the pages of the world’s famous wordsmiths

As Dubai gets ready to welcome authors from around the world to celebrate the 10th Emirates Airline Festival of Literature from Thursday, we take a look at some of the world’s most inspiring literary cities. From retracing the pages of Carlos Ruiz Zafón’s The Shadow of the Wind in Barcelona to bedding down in the Cairo hotel where Agatha Christie first fell in love with Egypt, read on for our top 10 literary escapes.


France is the country with the most Nobel Prize for Literature winners and its capital has been home to some of the world’s greatest writers. Settle down with a good book in the tree-lined Place des Vosges in Le Marais, then pop into the Maison de Victor Hugo ( next door to learn about the acclaimed poet’s life and works. Have lunch at Café Procope (, the oldest cafe in Paris and the former hangout of Rousseau, Voltaire and Diderot.

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Extraordinary Eastern Europe: 10 Incredible Experiences You Must Chase Down Now; Nur Sofia; TripZilla

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How many of these have you checked off your list?

No two trips to Europe are alike. This intriguing continent boasts endless possibilities, from places to visit and notable attractions to explore! Its epic history, picturesque natural landscapes and fascinating cultures can attest to Europe being home to some of the most remarkable destinations in the world. Although holiday-goers flock to some parts more than others, the less tourist-laden areas are no less enchanting. In fact, they are even more worthy of exploring!

Regions such as The Balkans, as well as countries such as Russia, house a myriad of monuments and landmarks that will give you opportune chances to walk amidst living history. Within this area, you can find both charismatic medieval cities amidst stunning natural hidden gems that will certainly leave you awestruck. The seamless blend of the old world versus the modern city centre is one that is exceptionally captivating.

Without further ado, here are ten incredible experiences in Europe that you must check off your bucket list.

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You’re in a strange emotional place at the beginning of the year.

You’re sad about going back to work after the Christmas break but you’re hopeful for the changes a clean slate promises. You also feel kinda guilty for overindulging during the holidays so you try to be healthy, but then you’re bored because you’re trying to avoid tasty food and booze!

It’s a struggle, but there is a way to make yourself feel better — book your next holiday immediately.

However, your funds are probably pretty low this side of payday so you need to find someplace cheap, which is why we’ve put together this handy little list.

To make your holiday even cheaper we’ve teamed up with Circle to give a lucky member of our audience free flights and transfers for two to one of the destinations we’ve listed.

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The 13 Best Under-the-Radar Travel Destinations for 2018; Ian Centrone; Esquire

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From the reinvented to the relatively unknown, it’s time to plan your next getaway.

With each new year, people all over the world optimistically set their resolutions for the twelve months ahead. From establishing fitness routines to setting money-saving objectives, most tend to boil down to becoming better versions of ourselves. For some of us, one of those goals is to travel more, and with a bank of replenished vacation days, now is the perfect time to start narrowing down where to go in 2018.

While hot spots like Iceland and Thailand may have blown up your Instagram feed in 2017, this year will be all about discovering the world’s newest up-and-coming destinations—and trust us, there are plenty of incredible contenders. From reinvented capitals to secluded island getaways, here are the top under-the-radar destinations for 2018.

Aysén, Patagonia

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Notes on Tallinn; James Clark; Nomadic Notes

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I last visited Tallinn in 2000 on a whirlwind tour of Scandinavia. Seeing that Tallinn was a short ferry trip from Helsinki I couldn’t resist paying a visit. I didn’t get to visit the rest of the Baltic nations on that trip, so I returned to Tallinn to start my Baltic tour.

This time I arrived in Tallinn by air. Tallinn airport is 5km from the city, and if flights are landing from the west then you will fly past the old city and the harbour (sit in an A-seat for the view).

The airport is small, and I waited 2 minutes to get my passport stamped. After recently passing through the circus that is Heathrow, this small and friendly airport was a welcome change.

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