Headwater’s “Pour de France” takes in 7 world famous French wine regions and can either be broken into short 4, 6 or 8 night “stages”, or combined to make any length of holiday up to a maximum of 50 nights.
Do you want this year’s holiday to be better than ever? These 10 simple tips could be the secret! Read through this infographic by Love Home Swap and hopefully all the family will have a memorable holiday.
Thinking of booking a holiday? Before visiting your local travel agency, why not check out this infographic from Co-operative Travel. It has all the places recommended by Facebook so you can be sure to have plenty of fun in the sun!
If you’re fascinated by Orlando’s attractions and want to know the number of bricks in Legoland Florida or the size of all the lagoons at Typhoon Lagoon, take a look at this infographic from Attraction Tickets Direct.
Looks like NYC is the place to visit this year. NYC topped the list of most searched and traveled to destinations for Q1 2013. Check out the infographic below presented by Sojern to learn more bout travel trends for Q1 of 2013.
Looking for something different to do during the school holidays? Why not turn detective and track down some of the locations used in your children’s favorite stories, all compiled in this infographic by Cheapflights. Many writers have found their inspiration in these amazing countrysides.
The U.S. National Park System is home to some of the world’s most breathtaking and fragile environments as well as artifacts of cultural and historical significance from the Pre-Columbian era through the Civil Rights Movement. The Park System covers more than 84 million square acres and requires a budget of around $3 billon each year to maintain.
Airport lounges have a reputation for being the sole preserve of the rich and famous but that’s simply not the case. Airport lounges can be used by anyone and they’re not as expensive you might think. Learn how airport lounges are one of the travel industry’s best kept secrets in this infographic by Cheapflights.
The following infographic by East Coast Car Rentals intends to educate the tourists about some Australian travel attractions. The big things of Australia are considered as the most popular roadside tourist destinations in the world. Big things refer to the sculptures, monuments and architectural structures built roadside in different places of the country. These structures are highly significant as they represent the local heritage, culture and traditions being observed over the years.
This infographic by Direct Villas Florida provides information about the top 10 Florida attractions. It also gives statistics about each of the attractions including the number of visitors they get each year, the amount of land they take up and the year they were created.
Hotels haven’t always been the comfortable retreats they are today. Back in the Middle Ages, you’d have been more likely to find yourself crashing out on the alehouse floor with a blanket rather than ordering room service to a penthouse suite. Times have clearly changed, so following on from our Hungry Traveller infographic series from Hotels4U.com, here’s something for the history buffs among you.
The following infographic from Insure&Away Travel Insurance shows information about how far the Oscar nominees had to travel to get to the 2013 Oscars. The results may surprise you.
The Maldives are renowned as paradise islands – ideal destinations for a luxury holiday or honeymoon on picture perfect beaches fringed with palm trees. Yet there is far more to this nation than tourism. Explore its geography and culture with this infographic from MagicMaldives.