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12 French phrases, quotes & proverbs

Rob Fearn | 20 May 2022

While some of the phrases, quotes, & proverbs below are not uniquely French, they are among our favourites.
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French architecture through the ages

Rob Fearn | 17 May 2022

French architecture has a long and, needless to say, flamboyant history. As a consequence, wherever you travel in France there’s always a wealth of fascinating architecture to admire.
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5 Best Camping Spots In Ireland

Rob Fearn | 10 May 2022

There are lots of ways you can make your camping holiday even better. For example, choosing the very best tent and camping equipment or making your journey stress-free by using a shipping service to transport all your equipment for you.
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Curious Camping Part 5 - Intriguing Italy

Peter Stannett | 5 May 2022

Italy is a beautiful country full of thrilling history, rich culture and stunning architecture. There are few places quite as exciting and diverse for art, music, and fashion. It is famous for many things although its food, wine and good company might come top of this list for visitors.
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Where to go Camping in Scotland

Peter Stannett | 28 Apr 2022

Scotland is one of those places to visit that feels like it was made for a camping trip. The wild hills and mountain tops make the perfect backdrop for feeling like you are truly getting back to nature and experiencing everything the natural world offers.
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Springtime camping in the UK

Peter Stannett | 22 Apr 2022

Spring is a wonderful time for camping across the UK with longer, brighter days, warmer weather, and wildlife aplenty.
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Camping Green

Peter Stannett | 12 Apr 2022

Choosing an ecologically sound site in the UK has been a veritable minefield, but significant measures have been introduced in recent years. Local authorities aim to protect the environment through local planning regulations, ensuring that caravan sites don't visually blight the environment.
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Exciting times for 'Camping in the Forest'

Rob Fearn | 15 Mar 2022

Forestry England has just announced that they have acquired control of 13 Camping in the Forest campsites.
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Four Steps to Successful Packing - The Essentials for a Motorhome Holiday Abroad

Peter Stannett | 11 Mar 2022

Whether you are preparing for your first motorhome holiday or are a seasoned traveller, it is always a good idea to check (and double-check) that you have everything you need. After all, you don't want to head out on your road trip holiday of a lifetime only to find that you don't have an essential item.
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5 Reasons Camping is the Perfect Family Holiday

Peter Stannett | 3 Feb 2022

Most of us have treasured memories of camping as children with our families. Those long days on the beach and days hiking and exploring before heading back to camp for a BBQ or meal cooked on a camping stove will always hold a sense of nostalgia for camping families.
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Best in Travel 2022

Ben Tully | 20 Jan 2022

Every year, our friends at Lonely Planet publish the ultimate list of countries, regions and cities which they deem must-visits for the year ahead. We're excited that more of the destinations that we offer have been chosen to represent 2022's Best in Travel than ever before.
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5 of the Best Countries for Camping

Peter Stannett | 17 Jan 2022

For making memories, having great experiences and relaxation you can't beat a good camping holiday. Whether you prefer a tent, caravan or motorhome, you can experience the best in an affordable way and without missing out on all of the holiday luxuries you want to enjoy.
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Packing for a Camping Holiday - What to Take

Peter Stannett | 23 Dec 2021

One of the main things to remember about camping and caravanning is that packing is essential. The success of your holiday can depend upon it!
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UNESCO: United Kingdom

Ben Tully | 8 Dec 2021

Deeply ingrained in Britain's culture and history, the UK's UNESCO sites demonstrate pioneering Victorian industrial heritage and mining culture. In the south, Stonehenge and the Jurassic Coast make up the share of natural sites.
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UNESCO: Western Europe

Ben Tully | 25 Nov 2021

We will be covering 454 of Europe's UNESCO sites over four blogs; sorted into northern, southern, western and central/eastern Europe starting with the northern states. We hope to inspire more people to visit more UNESCO sites when travelling.
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In the Bag: Staying Sustainable on Holiday

Ben Tully | 23 Nov 2021

We’re all on a drive to cut down on our waste, and be a little more kind to our planet. But we shouldn’t stop at home, its easy to stay sustainable on holiday too.
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Walking and Camping - A Guide to Combining Your Hobbies

Peter Stannett | 18 Nov 2021

Camping is more than a cost-effective way to go on holiday. For many, it is a way of life and a hobby in itself. Whether you like to caravan, take a road trip in a motorhome, camp or love glamping, once you get bitten by the camping bug, it's hard to stop! It is easy to see why. When you camp, you can travel the world over, see beautiful sights and spend lots of time with family and friends.
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UNESCO: France

Ben Tully | 15 Nov 2021

There are some impressive places on the list in France, as you can well imagine, such as Chatres Cathedral, the Palace of Versailles and the fortified city of Carcassone. So why not plan your next trip across the Channel to visit some of these sites, they’ve been given this status for a reason, so you know you’re in for a treat!
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Why it's important to respect the environment and embrace nature while camping

Rob Fearn | 12 Nov 2021

It's vital you respect the environment and embrace nature on your next camping trip. If you don't, you might not have as much fun as you could and may damage the local area more than you should.
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UNESCO: Central/Eastern Europe

Ben Tully | 8 Nov 2021

We will be covering 452 of Europe's UNESCO sites over four blogs; sorted into northern, southern, western and central/eastern Europe starting with the northern states. We hope to inspire more people to visit more UNESCO sites when travelling.
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