Blockbuster Film Locations for your Bucket List

by Travelbag on 25 February 2019, 09:02AM 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-topped mountains and dusty deserts, to tropical jungles and futuristic cities, we’ve scoured the globe to bring you a range of exciting destinations from the silver screen. Whether you’re into fantasy flicks or scenic epics, take a look at our bucket list of blockbusters and start planning your next holiday. Lights, camera, action...   Superhero Movies If the words “Wakan...
A Guide to Global Etiquette

A Guide to Global Etiquette

Going on holiday is one of the most exciting, rewarding and relaxing pastimes that us Brits have come to adore, but travelling to foreign counties is not without its difficulties. There can be language barriers, cultural mishaps and things to do – or not do – to avoid insulting the locals. We conducted a survey to uncover the habits of Brits abroad and to see whether cultural differ...
by Travelbag on 13 December 2018, 15:12PM



A Global Festival Tour: The Best Festivals Around

A Global Festival Tour: The Best Festivals Around

There are some incredible festivals all over the world in stunning locations, from Fuji Rocks in the mountains of Japan, to Magnetic Fields festival in Rajasthan. As well as being able to enjoy great music and delicious food, you can see some of the world’s most well-known landmarks and breathtaking backdrops. Festivals abroad are about so much more than muddy fields and crowded campsites....
by Travelbag on 19 April 2018, 10:04AM



The Best UNESCO Heritage Sites to Visit

The Best UNESCO Heritage Sites to Visit

As you plan your annual getaway or that dream world tour, there’s nothing like a glance at the UNESCO World Heritage Site website for some inspiration. Choose from hallowed lands, abandoned cave dwellings, natural reserves and weathered ruins – an international roster of those places on earth that are of unique importance to mankind. The UNESCO collection is high ranking on any travell...
by Travelbag on 16 January 2018, 16:01PM



India- The Spice Lands

India- The Spice Lands

India, the seventh biggest country in the world has something for everyone. The spice lands of Kerala are a great introduction to the region. After you land in Cochin, the most cosmopolitan city in the region, you will visit the Matancherry Dutch Palace, confusingly built by the Portuguese, a Jewish synagogue and St Francis Church, before relaxing in the evening by watching a traditional Kathakal...
by Travelbag on 01 June 2015, 16:06PM



Top 10 Drinks from around the World

Top 10 Drinks from around the World

What better way to start the weekend than looking at the world’s favourite drinks. Get some inspiration for your night out or your next holiday to one of these great destinations. 1. Tequila – Mexico Tequila comes in different colours, sizes and strengths but generally, a night with tequila is a good night! The old routine of Tequila, lemon, salt; is more than enough to get your tas...
by Ellen Morgan on 08 August 2014, 10:08AM



Top 10 most colourful cities in the world

Top 10 most colourful cities in the world

1. Delhi, India Delhi is amongst one of the most colourful cities in the world, and features stunning temples and shrines that burst with colour and detail. The annual Holi is the festival of colour and sees India and particularly Delhi decorated in bright colours, from the pavements and streets to the faces of the people. 2. Cancun, MexicoMexico as a country is vibrant and bursting with life. ...
by Ellen Morgan on 30 July 2014, 09:07AM



Top 10 Temples in the World

Top 10 Temples in the World

If you like a dash of culture on your holiday, why not add a temple or two to your itinerary? From ornate shrines in Asia to grand domes in the Middle East, the world is full of beautiful temples. We've rounded up the top 10 that should be on your bucket list.   1. Wat Rong Khun, Thailand Wat Rong Khun Temple in Chiang Rai is known to some as the “White Temple” and is a more un...
by Ellen Morgan on 17 July 2014, 08:07AM



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