Women who Travel: Then and Now

Women who Travel: Then and Now

Today is International Women’s Day, so we’re taking some time to think about how travel has changed – and is still changing – for women. It’s fair to say that both travel and equality have moved on a lot since the first woman sailed across the globe 250 years ago. Thanks to technology, the world’s much smaller than it used to be. You can travel further and fas...
by Travelbag on 08 March 2019, 09:03AM



Top 10 Things to Do in Charleston

Top 10 Things to Do in Charleston

America’s Deep South is peppered with historic cities, but Charleston is the jewel in the crown. This beautiful spot in South Carolina was named ‘Best City in the USA’ by Travel + Leisure magazine  for the sixth year running, beating Southern favourites Nashville and New Orleans. It even pipped New York and San Francisco to the post. So, what’s all the fuss about? F...
by Travelbag on 04 March 2019, 09:03AM



Blockbuster Film Locations for your Bucket List

Blockbuster Film Locations for your Bucket List

At this time of year, there’s nothing nicer than curling up on your sofa and watching one of your favourite films. You can escape into a whole different world – but what if you could visit it in real life? We’ve looked at some of the biggest movies – past and present – and uncovered where they were filmed, to help you get inspired for your next adventure. From snow-...
by Travelbag on 25 February 2019, 09:02AM



10 Best UNESCO Sites in South America

10 Best UNESCO Sites in South America

Vast South America is arguably the most diverse continent on the planet. From its glaciers and rainforests to its coastal cities, South America encompasses a range of temperatures, altitudes and cultures. And it’s much bigger than you think – Brazil alone could comfortably fit the whole of Europe inside its borders. So it’s not surprising that there’s an endless amount of...
by Travelbag on 15 February 2019, 10:02AM



The Ultimate Foodie Guide to Perth

The Ultimate Foodie Guide to Perth

Melbourne may be known as Australia’s brunch haven, but Perth is very much on track to steal the crown. The gateway to Western Australia, this glorious city is fast becoming the country’s foodie capital. Filled with drool-worthy delights, Perth’s neighbourhoods boast laidback cafés, edgy bars and sleek restaurants – not to mention the cosy gastropubs and retro thea...
by Travelbag on 05 February 2019, 09:02AM



Discover Martin Clunes’ Islands of America

Discover Martin Clunes’ Islands of America

After exploring the islands of Britain and Australia, Martin Clunes has recently embarked on a tour across various islands in the USA. Launched on ITV on 5th February, Martin Clunes’ Islands of America follows his adventures as he travels from coast to coast, uncovering some of the USA’s lesser-known islands. Get ready to discover another side to America, from the coastal scenery of ...
by Travelbag on 04 February 2019, 10:02AM



10 Things You Never Knew About South Africa

10 Things You Never Knew About South Africa

From its unbeatable safari parks, to the inescapable buzzing vuvuzelas at the 2010 World Cup, South Africa is famous for many things. The Rainbow Nation is a diverse country of contrasts, with slick cities, sprawling beaches and incredible wildlife – and plenty of history to boot. It’s also one of the best-value long-haul destinations. But how much do you actually know about it? If y...
by Travelbag on 28 January 2019, 09:01AM



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