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From Miami to Mexico: Keeping it in the Family

April 28th, 2017

We asked Best at Travel founder, owner and MD, mother of two and international globetrotter Rita Sharma to give us the inside tips on getting the most out of your multigenerational family break. We all love to travel, but it can be a tricky balancing act. None of us have enough time to see as

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24 Unique Hotels to add to your Bucket List

March 17th, 2017

Want to dine underwater, cuddle up in a luxury Patagonian yurt and enjoy the peace and quiet of the desert from the privacy of your very own pool villa? Now you can. Because we believe this year should be about making memories, we’ve thrown together the very best hotels we have where you can do just

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NYC Event Guide: Celebrate St Patrick’s Day in New York City!

March 8th, 2017

United States of Top of the mornin’ to you! Feeling spontaneous? Why not celebrate St Paddy’s Day in #NewYorkCity this March! Luckily this St Patrick’s Day falls on a Friday so there’s no reason not to enjoy that extra glass of Guinness this St Paddy’s Day weekend! And to ensure you don’t miss out on all

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The world in highlights: 26 things to do before you die

March 14th, 2016

We get it. The world’s a big place. So how can we expect one person to be able to make a choice about where to travel when the bucket list is literally endless? Well, we’ve done the hard work for you and put together a list of all the best places we would like to

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Ferries & Float Planes in the Pacific Northwest

October 19th, 2015

Visiting 3 cities over 2 countries in 8 days may sound like too much hard work, but when you consider that Seattle, Victoria and Vancouver all border the same sea it starts to sound far more reasonable. What is more, as I discovered, there is no need for jumbo jets and international airports to get

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20 Film Locations You Can Actually Visit

September 22nd, 2015

Visit the Amityville horror house, sing along the rolling hills of the Sound of Music, swim bravely through Jaws territory, tear through the forests of the Hunger Games, and skip along the cobbled streets of Diagon Alley. Here are some of the best locations every film buff should visit:   1. Avatar forests, Hawaii Avatar

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10 Exciting Things You Didn’t Know You Could Do in Las Vegas

September 9th, 2015

Las Vegas has more to offer than flickering slot machines, reckless parties, and 24 hour wedding chapels. In fact, there’s so much to do in this bright, sleepless city that if you’re bored, it’s your own fault. They say whatever happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas. But some things are better off sharing. We’re revealing

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20 Iconic Spots to Take a Travel Selfie on holiday

September 8th, 2015

The selfie has come and it’s here to stay. No matter how much you cringe at tourists scrambling to get a good angle, yielding their selfie sticks high in the air, the truth is: there really is no better way to capture the essence of a holiday than with a well-positioned selfie. Here are the

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Top 5 US Cities For 4th July Celebrations

July 1st, 2015

For the majority of Americans the 4th July Independence Day celebrations are a family affair, with barbecues, local parades and fireworks. But there are many towns in the US that celebrate this day in absolute style. Here are our top five picks: 1. New York City It’s all about the fireworks. Taking place over the Hudson River, this firework

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New York’s Vibrant Art Scene: Inside Agora Gallery

June 25th, 2015

On the west side of Manhattan lies the neighbourhood of Chelsea. The quaint townhouses and winding streets make for movie-like scenes, and at night, the clubs and bars come to life. With over 200 galleries in the neighbourhood, it’s also become known as the centre of NYC’s thriving art world. Concha Osuna Agora Gallery was set

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