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Discovering Portugal: The Other Side

Coimbra Portugal | Book FHR Travel Blog

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

Poolside Cocktails | Book FHR Travel Blog

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 »

Who Flies from Which Terminal at Heathrow Airport

London Heathrow | Book FHR Travel Blog

London Heathrow Airport is the busiest airport in Europe and the second busiest in the World for international passenger traffic. The latest figures show that it handled 78 million passengers in 2017! Heathrow operates from 2 runways with passengers departing from its 4 terminals, numbered 2 to 5. Due to the scale of this airport, Continue Reading »

Guide to Our Favourite Wine Tours and Festivals

Cape Town Vineyard | Book FHR Travel Blog

Every time we visit a country, we want to capture new experiences and savour them for all time. We have expectations of what our latest trip will bring to us, but different types of holidays suit different people. A wine tour is right up our street! There is something unique about taking in the atmosphere Continue Reading »

Airport Accessibility: Special Assistance

Airport Special Assistance Sign | Book FHR Travel Blog

Many of us get to the airport relieved that we have arrived safely. We loaded our suitcases; locked up the house; parked our car in our designated airport car park, and remembered our passports! For some though, around 22% of the population, travelling can be a difficult, even frightening, experience. The airport is viewed with trepidation and Continue Reading »