Posts Tagged ‘ All-Inclusive Holidays ’

Why an all-inclusive holiday?

Dec 2nd, 2019 | By
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All-inclusives may be loved by tour operators and liked by holidaymakers but destinations aren’t fond of them.

Holidays outside the eurozone

Apr 30th, 2019 | By

It is non-EU countries like Turkey and Tunisia which are proving popular, along with all-inclusive deals as customers “lock-in” costs

All-inclusive holidays: cheaper or more expensive?

May 30th, 2018 | By
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To arrive at its conclusions, Post Office Travel Money compared an average of the three cheapest seven-night B&B and all-inclusive holiday packages departing from London airports on July 28 and 29

Everything you need to know about holiday illness claims

Oct 11th, 2017 | By

Stuart Snape, the Managing Partner of Graham Coffey & Co. Solicitors, tells Just about Travel readers that holidaymakers with genuine complaints about travel sickness should not be deterred from claiming.

What’s hot: September 2017

Aug 31st, 2017 | By

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

Are all-inclusive holidays value-for-money?

May 26th, 2017 | By

It looks as though all-inclusive holidays are not good value for many people who take them because they spend unnecessarily and they would probably be better off by booking an ordinary holiday rather than an all-inclusive one.

City breaks more popular than beach holidays

Oct 27th, 2015 | By
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For the last two years, ABTA’s research has had those people taking city breaks replacing beach holidays as the most popular form of holiday. Are we falling out of love with the beach?


Mar 8th, 2015 | By

It means incorporating more Greek offerings as part of the overseas visitors’ trip and reducing the amount of standard, international sameness that can exist in their resorts.

All-Inclusive Holidays

Apr 9th, 2011 | By

The announcement by the TUI group that, from next year, its First Choice brand would only sell all-inclusive holidays tells us a lot about the way overseas holidays are being seen by us, the holidaymaker. Why has TUI taken this decision? They say that, over the last 5 years, the demand for all-inclusive holidays has jumped by a third and that about two thirds of all holidays sold under the First Choice name will be all-inclusive holidays.

All-Inclusive Spain

Aug 17th, 2010 | By

Because Spain has attracted so many British and Irish holidaymakers over the years, a small percentage dip in visitors hides a drop of tens of thousands. The decline has been going on for a few years yet Spain remains as the most important destination. To Spain, the decline is worrying despite the vast numbers who still travel there.
Why do fewer Brits and Irish visit and what can be done to attract them back again?

How Long Will Your Holiday Be?

Dec 12th, 2009 | By

This is the time of the year when the new holiday brochures are being prepared to be sent out to shops so, that come the days after Christmas, we can pick and choose where we want to go. In truth that has changed quite a bit and some destinations and tour operators were taken aback by how late some of us booked this year. In some cases panic was almost about to set in at some places because they thought they would never be able to sell these holidays. Next year, they are assuming that a lot of us will book as late as we did this year.

A Life on the Ocean Wave

Mar 20th, 2009 | By

Last year was a record year for the cruise industry in Britain. Nearly 1.5 million people went on a cruise up 11% over the previous year and of these, 577,000 cruised from a UK port.Traditionally cruises are thought of as exotic trips into warm climates. Lazy days at sea with the sun beating down as another gin and tonic was washed down. Some maybe, but today it is seen as an alternative to the all-inclusive holiday. After all, what other holiday can you take where
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