Traveling the world is usually about escaping the stresses of everyday life and finding beautiful new places to relax, but the thrill seekers out there would define travelling very differently. Whether you want to swim with crocodiles, walk across a narrow wooden plank 100m in the air or climb a harsh mountain that has claimed many lives over the years, our infographic has it all. We have compiled a list of the most dangerous tourist attractions in the world. Or in other words, a daredevil travellers bucket list!
Wherever you are in the world, Valentine’s Day is the perfect day to showcase your love for someone. Whilst some people love being showered with flowers and gifts, sometimes a simple (and sincere) ‘I love you’ can be the most romantic gift of all – but that’s not as universal as you might think! Luckily we’ve produced an infographic that explains exactly how to say these three beautiful words in 50 different languages.
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Some of the most iconic and memorable locations exist only on the big screen, within the pages of books or the panels of comics. Popular culture and literature have gifted us such unforgettable settings as Batman’s home Gotham City, George Orwell’s super state Eurasia, and home of the Hobbit, The Shire. But, as none are accessible by plane, train nor automobile, we have compiled a list of 50 real life places where you can visit your favourite fictional destination.
Tourist scams are an unfortunate part of life and reality for many holidaymakers. Everywhere in the world are people looking for unscrupulous ways to make money, all at someone else's expense, loss, and sometimes quite terrible suffering. We have collated a list of the most common tourist scams from around the world, to help ensure that you don’t get caught out on your holiday this summer.
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After four long years, the World Cup is finally upon us again. One month of non-stop football (well, probably 12 days of football if you’re an England fan) and more importantly, one month of non-stop drinking with the lads! We can’t promise that England will provide the same level of excitement as Brazil or Argentina, so here’s a little drinking game to keep things exciting for all 64 games!
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When flying abroad your bags will be checked at some point to make sure you’re not carrying any dangerous items – but a quick look at our ‘Rude Hand Gestures from around the World’ infographic illustrates you can do a lot of damage with just your bare hands. Print out and keep for a visual reminder of how to cause/avoid maximum offence wherever you may be.
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You might’ve heard that there’s a huge football festival happening next year in this great big country called Brazil, with 32 teams from around the world competing for the most coveted trophy in world football. If you’re planning on showing your true colours by supporting your county up close, our infographic will give you all the details about taking part in the world’s biggest ever football celebration…
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Have you ever felt misled by a travel company or booking agent? Ever been relaxing on a paradise island and been infuriated by the very presence of the inconsiderate locals not speaking English? Ever raged at those pesky time zones changing when you’ve flown across the Atlantic? Sounds like you need to join us on a journey of the 18 most ridiculous and embarrassing travel complaints we could find…
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Travellers are influenced on airline choice often based on the extras they offer us: more legroom, a better assortment of films and a reputation for good food can often be the decisive factor when booking flights. Join us as we delve into the history of the airline cabin and how it has changed from the early days of air flight to the modern, technology packed cabins of today.
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Holidays were once a time of relaxation and escape but the rising use of smartphones, and their constant tide of notifications and emails, and Wi-Fi spots popping up all around the globe, has pulled the office outside of its four walls. With that in mind we decided to conduct a survey to find out how Britons really work while away on holiday…