New UK’s travel rules and which countries can you visit?

Passengers entering the UK from dozens of countries no longer have to quarantine! More than 50 countries – including many popular holiday spots – now pose ”a reduced risk” from coronavirus, the government says. The list focuses on countries in Europe, island nations around the world including the Caribbean, and countries further east – including Vietnam, Japan, South Korea, Hong Kong, Australia and New Zealand.

Exempt form Quarantine are arrivals if they arrive in England, Wales and Northern Ireland from:

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NHS Nurses And Cleaners Can Stay At Claridge’s For Free

In the midst of all the awfulness of the coronavirus pandemic there are a few flickers of hope and good news, and for these we’re not only grateful in the moment, but we’ll remember them long after we emerge at the other side of this crisis. And one has to be Maybourne Hotel Group, owners of Claridge’s, The Connaught and The Berkeley, who have just offered up their rooms to NHS staff.
Starting this week at Claridge’s, the five star world famous hotel will welcome 40 NHS workers in an act of generosity to the staff at the very front line of the battle against coronavirus. The superstar guests will receive dinner and breakfast, while the hotel will provide over 500 packed lunches for NHS workers and community support teams throughout the capital. Read more

Magical Apes of Gibraltar

Long famous as the “key to the Mediterranean,” Gibraltar has been a British Overseas Territory since 1713 after being seized during the War of Spanish Succession. Situated near the southern tip of the Iberian peninsula and overlooking one of the world’s busiest shipping lanes, the “Rock of Gibraltar,” as it’s still often known, rises out of the sea on the east side of Algeciras Bay and is linked with mainland Spain by a narrow isthmus. The Apes of Gibraltar – Gibraltar is famous for its Barbary macaques, a species native to Morocco and the only monkeys living wild anywhere in Europe.

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Welcome to Zermatt – Switzerland’s highest and most famous ski resort.

Skiing enthusiasts from all over the world congregate in Zermatt. Guests come to experience perfect skiing with miles of pistes, fantastic slopes, sun and snow. Zermatt lies at the foot of the Matterhorn. The town’s touristic development is closely linked to what is most probably the world’s most famous mountain. The vacation destination is a car-free zone, has preserved its original character and offers nearly unlimited possibilities as far as excursions are concerned. The location of Zermatt at the foot of the Matterhorn and in the middle of an enormous hiking and ski region makes it one of the world’s most attractive vacation villages. The ski region encompasses 54 mountain railways and lifts as well as 360 kilometers of pistes. Read more

Upcoming London Fashion week-Positive Fashion

London Fashion Week visitors have access to many more designers through presentations, multi-brand and individual showrooms. London Fashion Week is one of the highest profile fashion events in the world and one of the big four international catwalk influencers. In addition to the official and off schedule events LFW has become a focus for a broader base of fashion linked activities with international designers, media and other high profile brands choosing to host their own events during the weeks. The BFC will devise a dynamic Positive Fashion focused schedule of events and activations in partnership with key retailers, cultural institutions and businesses to engage with new audiences and communities. Read more

The World’s Toughest Row – Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge

The premier event in ocean rowing – A challenge that will take you more than 3000 Miles west from San Sebastian in La Gomera, Canary Islands, Spain (28oN 18oW) to Nelson’s Dockyard, English Harbour, Antigua & Barbuda (17oN 61oW). The annual race begins in early December, with up to 30 teams participating from around the world. The race structure brings together an environment where teams from across the globe gather in the race village San Sebastian in La Gomera, Canary Islands.  Read more

Sustainable Travel with Unique Innovative TUMI Travel Collection

TUMI Recycled Travel Collection is now available globally! Since 1975, TUMI has been creating world-class business and travel essentials, designed to upgrade, uncomplicate, and beautify all aspects of life on the move. Blending flawless functionality with a spirit of ingenuity, we’re committed to empowering journeys as a lifelong partner to movers and makers in pursuit of their passions. The new TUMI Recycled Capsule Collection is made using fabrics engineered from post-industrial and post-consumer waste, saving up to 17 plastic bottles (depending on its size) without compromising the quality. Read more

London’s Unmissable New Year’s Eve!

Unforgettable Experience to get your friends and family together and see London light up for the new year, with parties, fireworks, cruises and more on New Year’s Eve in London. Take a look below for ideas of things to do: from the New Year fireworks and special New Year’s Eve day events, to dazzling meals and parties lasting into the early hours of 2020.
The New Year’s Eve Fireworks light up central London every New Year’s Eve with a dazzling spectacle of pyrotechnics.
NYE cruises with views of the fireworks:
• Choose a magical cruise on the Thames, where you can watch the NYE fireworks and enjoy live entertainment as you welcome 2020. Read more

Unmissable Annual Antigua Charter Yacht Show

Welcome to the 58th Annual Antigua Charter Yacht Show taking place December 4-9, 2019. Once again the show would will welcome all participants, visitors and press to the beautiful shores of Antigua and Barbuda for another exciting show with Impressive Schedule of Events including World famous Chef’s Competition – Conc0urs de Chef . This year’s show will take place at the Nelson’s Dockyard Marina, UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Falmouth Harbour Marina and the Antigua Yacht Club Marina.  Read more

BALEARIC ISLANDS – Mediterranean Paradise

This wonderful group of islands is divided into Gimnesias (Mallorca Minorca and Cabrera) in the North, and Pitiusas (Ibiza and Formentera) in the South-West.
Their excellent climate with some 300 days of sun per year, wonderful beaches, a rich cultural offer and the unusual hospitality of their inhabitants make Balearic Islands one of the preferred holiday destinations in Spain. There are more passengers at the airport of Palma de Mallorca than at the airport of any other Spanish city. Hardly anybody who has spent holidays here didn’t wish to return, in fact, many visitors have made the islands their permanent home. Each of the islands has a strong personality all of its own, and each of them offers much more but the possibility to spend nice holidays at the beach … Read more