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Survey Finds Rise in Holidays Out of School Term to Beat Price Hikes

27th July 2011 17:03

According to a poll by comparison site, 1 in 3 Britons agree with taking children on during term time if parents can't afford the price hikes during school holiday periods. asked their customers across the UK when, and… Read more...

Survey Uncovers Best British Beach

15th July 2011 15:29

Following a recent public poll, Port Enyon Bay on the Gower Peninsula in Wales has won top place in the 2011 Cadbury Flake 99 Great British Beach Awards. The idyllic location won over a shortlist of beaches from eight regions across the UK, thanks to its… Read more...

Europe Wide Survey Reveals London as Most Exciting and Most Overpriced City

6th July 2011 16:27

The TripAdvisor 2011 European Cities Survey has seen London voted as the most exciting and easy-to-get-around metropolis for the second year running. It was also rated as Europe’s most overpriced capitol however. The study, which polled 3,500 travellers,… Read more...

Tourism Survey Finds Britons Visit More Foreign Attractions than Local Ones

28th June 2011 16:55

A travel survey has revealed that 45% of the Britons who took part in the study admit they are 'more likely' to visit well-known landmarks when abroad than when in the UK. In total, more people had been to the Eiffel Tower than key British attractions… Read more...

UK Holidaymakers Flash the Cash Before their Summer Vacations

24th June 2011 17:15

People in the UK are spending lots of money in preparation for their summer holidays, despite the continuing recession, as their appearance is more important to them - according to The money off voucher website conducted a survey of… Read more...

Poll Finds British Public Clueless About the Countryside

7th June 2011 16:30

A survey by farming charity LEAF has uncovered a significant lack of awareness when it comes to the British public’s knowledge about nature and wildlife. In total, one in five adults who took part in the study are unaware that acorns come from oak trees,… Read more...

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