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A visit to Salvador Dali, the Spanish master of surrealism


Whatever the future of Catalonia, three places – Cadaquès, Figueras and Putbol – will forever stay as Salvador Dali country.

Fined £15,000 for a fraudulent claim


Just about Travel has written a lot about people making fraudulent compensation claims connected to falling ill on holiday after eating meals. The fine handed done in Liverpool County Court only illustrates that tour operators will pursue those fraudulently claiming even if it costs them
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Tightening up on those who are slow compensation payers


Overall AirHelp says that passengers – not just Americans – are owed more than €5 billion by airlines, a staggering sum.

This is “Scottish Tourism Month”


Scottish Tourism Month just seems a handy title to hang a number of trade meetings around and nothing more.

Leave London? Never


Ex-Londoners complain that life in the capital circa 2018 is getting worse but Kaye Holland is hooked and hopes never to leave

Ryanair will deal with individuals not claims agencies

Ryanair plane ascending

The High Court has decided that Ryanair was allowed to pay individuals claiming compensation for delayed or cancelled flights directly instead of paying companies and organisations making claims.

Forget Sharm; head to Hurghada


Isn’t about time the British government told us why it still thinks we shouldn’t travel to Sharm El Sheikh?

Saturday snippets: 17th March 2018


Today is, of course, St Patrick’s Day. And as the world knows by now, the Irish go out of their way to persuade other destinations to colour themselves green. Once again, Niagara Falls will be illuminated by green light from 9pm until 1am on both
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Emirates must recompense passengers

image of an Emirates flight

The Supreme Court in the UK has refused the airline, Emirates, to appeal a lower court decision that decided it should recompense passengers who missed flight connections.

English Tourism Week


There are a number of offers and discounts for us to take advantage of during the week. You can find many more on the English Tourism website but here is just a random selection from up and down England.

Hull’s year as UK City of Culture


The news that Hull attracted just 20% of visitors from the rest of the UK during the year when it was the UK City of Culture is disappointing.

Barbados tops satisfaction index


Norstat announced the winners of its Destination Satisfaction Index and the overall winner was Barbados. Second was the Seychelles and third, Bermuda.

A day trip in Gwalior


India`s fastest train, the Gatimaan Express, has extended services to Gwalior in Madhya Pradesh, so you can now take a day trip from Delhi on a journey that takes you just 3 hours and 15 minutes. each way. The train now runs six days a
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Future travel warnings from Which?


According to Which? holidaymakers are not being informed about what Brexitmay do to their holiday plans.

Where the experts holiday: Ruby Lovell, Sri Lankan author, film producer and hip hop artist


Sri Lankan author, film producer and hip hop artist, Ruby Lovell, shares her travel highs and lows

Holidaying at home in 2018

Bournemouth beach

According to the UK holiday park operator, Away Resorts, 55% of Brits are taking their main holiday at a UK lodge or caravan park this year.

What’s hot: March 2018


Just About Travel tells you what’s hot and what’s not in the travel world