COVID-19 has changed not only the way we travel but where we are planning to go as well as how and with whom we will travel. After months of lockdown, some governments have begun opening their borders and are allowing tourism to return; albeit with new restrictions or requirements. However, moving from a “collective pause” to getting back-to-business is not without challenges. Explore my tops tips on travel in the age of Covid-19.
An area of outstanding beauty, the Cotswolds region and surrounds are a delightful tangle of sandstone villages, English thatched cottages, redolent churches and golden-coloured mansions. Undulating gracefully across six counties the Cotswolds spans almost 800 square miles. Check out our insider’s guide for everything you need to know about traveling to the Cotwolds.
Recognised worldwide as the birthplace of the industrial revolution, today, Manchester is a booming metropolis full of history and culture. Centrally located in the United Kingdom, this progressive city is easily accessible and offers travellers the opportunity to explore or indulge around every corner. Check out our exclusive insider’s guide for everything you need to know about traveling to Manchester in 2020.
A rich historical centre and globally renowned destination for education, arts, and industry, Ireland’s capital offers travellers the opportunity to connect with the city’s medieval roots without sacrificing modern luxury. Check out our exclusive insider’s guide to Dublin for everything you need to know about traveling to Dublin in 2020. When to Travel Home to a mild yet often rainy climate, Ireland is considered pleasant to visit all year round. The periods between March and May, as well as September to November, generally offer the most ideal weather, as temperatures drop slightly in winter. Dublin offers visitors something all …