From the ancient fortresses, megalithic temples, and Neolithic burial chambers, to hiking the limestone cliffs, relaxing on the beautiful beaches and scuba diving through incredible underwater caves, this friendly and warm destination has so much to offer.
Located in the Lesser Antilles, this small coral island is just 21 miles long and only 14 miles wide, or as said by locals, a smile wide, with the Atlantic to the east and the Caribbean Sea to the west. In addition to the turquoise waters, powder-white sand you will also find a UNESCO World Heritage listed capital, a vibrant nightlife and a busy surf and snorkelling industry.
Fondly dubbed The Big Apple, New York City is one of the most densely populated cities in the United States and the home to a scope of cultures and diversity. New York City consists of 5 boroughs: The Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens, and Staten Island; Each being so vastly different from the next, moving between them will often feel like stepping into another city entirely.
Europe’s second-oldest capital city (and the sunniest!), Lisbon is perched on the cusp of the Atlantic, with scenic vistas as far as the eye can see. Once the starting point of some of the world’s most intrepid voyages, today it is a dynamic tourist destination full of history, romance and charm.
Offering cultural treasures and a serene holiday feel, it’s a compact and intimate city that’s perfect for both short weekend breaks and longer stays. Considering Lisbon for your next trip? Let’s take a deeper dive into what makes the Portuguese capital so special.
Madeira and Porto Santo are part of a group of Portuguese islands located in the Atlantic, about a 4-hour flight from the UK. The islands are located approximately 1,000 km from the European mainland and just 500 km from the African continent.
Madeira is the most visited of the islands, and here you will find stunning landscapes, dense verdant forests, volcanic mountains and beautiful flower gardens with exuberant colours, surrounded by the blue waters of the Atlantic Ocean.
On the Persian Gulf coast of the United Arab Emirates, you will find Dubai. Sharing its borders with Abu Dhabi in the south, Sharjah in the northeast, and the Sultanate of Oman in the southeast, Dubai has something for everyone.
Known as the Pearl of the Arabian Gulf, Dubai contrasts the old with the new, the modern with the traditional. Even its landscapes are contrasting, from the blue waters of the Arabian Gulf to rolling desert sand dunes. With some of the most luxurious hotels and year-round sunshine, this is an ideal destination for both couples and families.
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