Cruises: Choose hotels with free shuttle service for cruise holiday | Travel News | Travel

Cruise holidays are some of the best ways to see multiple countries without multiple flights. However, this can often come at a price with additional costs quickly adding up. One of these can be getting to the cruise, with transport from the airport to the boat often not included in the price, but offered as an add-on by cruise companies. Passengers should avoid the shuttle service by the ship or local taxis, and instead choose a different way which can be free. Many hotels which are located near large cruise…

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Dubai: Minors under 18 years old not allowed to stay alone in hotels or enter the UAE | Travel News | Travel

Dubai tourists flock to the popular city in the UAE for the glamorous lifestyle and great weather. There are many laws that can catch Britons out during their stay due to the strict regulations in the country. Alcohol, medicines and public acts are all subject to strict rules which could see large fines or jail sentences. Anyone looking to book a stay at a hotel should check the age of who is travelling first. People under the age of 18 are not allowed to book or stay in a hotel…

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Greek chic: Crete’s latest luxury hotel, Abaton Island Resort & Spa | Beach Holidays | Travel

However, a warm welcome and a cold juice soon appear, and immediately you begin to unwind. One of the newest luxury hotels to open on Greece’s largest island, five-star Abaton has been drawing in fashionable crowds – including a number of celebrities – since it opened in April and is the perfect place for a romantic getaway. Situated on the rocky coastline between the touristy streets of Hersonissos and party hot spot Malia, the resort is about as far removed from either of these as possible – quiet, elegant and…

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Ryanair passenger films baggage handler in Ibiza stealing items from luggage | Travel News | Travel

The Ryanair passenger was travelling from Ibiza to Madrid when he spotted the incident. Footage posted on Spanish paper Diario de Ibiza captured the man opening a case on the luggage trolley that was waiting to be put on the flight. He was then spotted taking a red speaker out and putting it in his pocket. The person filming alerted a member of the cabin crew who contacted the police. The baggage handler was then ordered to return the item to the rightful owner. He is currently being investigated, having…

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Florida’s Key ingredient: Siestas and sensational sunsets | Beach Holidays | Travel

US Route One, near Islamorada (Image: Getty Images) The driver of the Conch Train proved to be a most illuminating guide to the vibrant and quirky town which is the last of the long line of islands of the Florida archipelago.  A train full of tourists passing by his house would probably not have amused Ernest Hemingway, who lived here in the 1930s, but the islanders are immensely proud of the author who spent his time here writing, fishing for marlin and drinking (profusely).  His house, built in the Spanish…

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Prince William travels with Globe-Trotter suitcase favoured by Royal Family | Travel News | Travel

Prince William, 36, often travels abroad as part of the Royal Family on state visits, to represent the UK. He is often joined by his wife, Kate Middleton, 36, as well as his children. While Prince George, five, and Princess Charlotte, three, have already joined him on a trip, Prince Louis, four months, is yet to join. There is a particular item that William always takes with him on holiday, and is something that has been part of the family for generations. The royal always takes a Globe-Trotter suitcase with…

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