Tag Archives: Holidays

FHR’s Top 3 Spooky Travel Destinations Around the World

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It’s October and the FHR team are getting in to the Halloween spirit! If you like to travel on the scary side, then our top 3 spooky travel destinations will have you grabbing your passports ready to explore the unknown. However, if spine-tingling tourist attractions are not on your travel bucket list, we suggest looking Continue Reading »

Discovering Portugal: The Other Side

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Where to travel next? You want somewhere accessible where you feel safe? Somewhere not extortionate where you are able to experience a genuine traditional holiday that isn’t over touristy. Portugal has become a very popular tourist destination with good reason. It is a stunning country with breath taking scenery, abundant history and beautiful people. You Continue Reading »

Package Holidays vs Independently Booked Holidays

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Back in the 1970’s we saw the big ‘Package Holiday’ revolution, enabling thousands of Brits to travel abroad for the first time. They were a great deal; with flights, accommodation and transfers all included, organised by your local travel agent. All you had to do was choose from the brochure, pay your deposit and pack Continue Reading »

The Jewels of Montenegro

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Montenegro is one of Europe’s fastest growing tourist destinations. This tiny Adriatic nation is emerging as an attractive proposition for travellers and is excellent value for money. There is so much to see here, where the mountains meet the sea; national parks, lakes, historical cities, beaches and even a stunning fjord! Montenegro’s History Back in Continue Reading »

A Mediterranean Cruise: Luxury versus Affordable

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Cruising was, not so long ago, a holiday reserved only for the wealthy. It was certainly not the annual trip that many of us see it as today. Ships were smaller floating vessels with a maximum passenger capacity of about 2,000 passengers, with most ships being a lot smaller than that. Today, the newest ships Continue Reading »