Visit England says, “The VisitEngland Awards for Excellence are different to other quality standards as they recognise and celebrate excellence across customer service and the quality of the experience.”
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Discover some of Lisbon’s best street art
Adrian completes his tongue-in-cheek tour of three Tunisian golf courses.
As the great Easter getaway begins this afternoon, many more of us are planning on a break within the UK this year compared to last according to Visit England’s Easter Trip Tracker Survey.
Some 70% of their business comes from novices; they have succeeded in growing the market rather than taking a slice of business from others.
Australian travel writer and author, Campbell Jefferys, shares his travel highs and lows with Just About Travel
Larger than life murals are being used brilliantly to brighten up parts of Buenos Aires. Just About Travel takes a closer look
Reza Pakravan – a traveller, adventurer and film maker – shares his travel highs and lows with Just About Travel readers
Just About Travel tells you what’s hot and what’s not in the travel world
Over the years, by my reckoning, we have written 104 stories about customer service and satisfaction. When a story appears there is reader comment yet the industry seems to shy away from extolling their successes in delivering customer service and satisfaction.
At the Scottish Thistle Awards held last week, Freda Newton, who owns and manages Loch Ness by Jacobite, won the Silver Thistle Award
Frederic updates us on what is on in the museums and galleries of France
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I espied intruders who had not been through security or passport control. Should I report them?
Given the finite space on roads should river boat travel be encouraged as a way for commuting and for tourists to see more of our destinations without having to put up with the slow pace of road travel?
Most couples know each other pretty well by the time they get married, so are used to making compromises in their daily lives. But travelling together is different. Out of your comfort zones you discover new things about each other. You might share ideals about everyday life but have very different ideas when it comes to adventure. So what do you do?
Just About Travel tells you what’s hot in the travel world right now
From Mardi Gras and exploring the historic French Quarter to cocktail themed tours there is something for everyone in New Orleans
The 9-day festival, organised by Cornish Quest, has been created to celebrate the uniqueness of Cornish language, culture and heritage and much of it will take place at The Acorn Theatre in Penzance.
Camille Claudel is often overlooked as one of the great sculptors. Now for the first time, Federic records this lady has been given her own museum.
Television host and comedian, Ian Wright, talks travel
The Irish Tourism Industry Awards were held last Friday evening.
A tourist information centre – Gloucester Tourist Information Centre – was not only named Tourist Information Service of the Year but also Winner of Winners.
Just About Travel tells you what’s hot (and what’s not) in the travel world
National Handwriting Day is today, the 23rd of January. The art of elegant (legible) handwriting is almost certainly under threat, and the hand-written postcard seems to be fast becoming a thing of the past.
ravel anywhere in Ghana and you will be greeted to an amazing experience of warmth and hospitality
As many exhibitions come to a close, Frederic reminds of us of what is still showing in France and what is opening in the next month.
Looking to escape the February chill? We asked our friends at Lonely Planet for a few super suggestions…