Just how cheap is a cheap flight? Often there’s more to consider than the basic ticket price. Baggage charges, seat reservations and on-board catering can all add to the total cost. So we’ve rated the 20 most popular airlines flying short-haul from the UK in four key categories – with surprising results.
One of the biggest draws in Western Australia is the wildlife. During just one holiday, you can swim with whale sharks, sand board, meet penguins and watch an amazing sunset over the Kimberley. Here are some of the best ways to experience nature in Western Australia!
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Ever wondered which city gives you the best value flight to Australia? Perth is the closest Australian gateway and often the cheapest route Down Under. Check out the best time to book flights to Perth.
Wine tasting, surfing and hanging out with humpback whales – it’s all just another day in Western Australia. This region has miles of beautiful coastline, epic national parks, pristine beaches, and an abundance of nature and wildlife, so we’re here to simmer down the best things to do in Western Australia.
Travelling to Australia on a tight budget? There’s plenty to see in Perth for those with a shoestring budget, from snorkelling in the marine parks to picnicking in Kings Park. Check out these top things to do for free in Perth.
If you’re staying in Perth and looking for a day trip, there are plenty of extraordinary options all within short reach of the city. Go wine tasting in Swan Valley, discover the history of Fremantle or head to Rottnest Island to meet the friendly quokka.
The sights, sounds and scents of Provence will instantly put you under their spell. But if you really want to get under the skin of this sunny slice of southern France, follow the locals and try some of these experiences.
Whet your appetite with a taste of Provence’s fabulously rich bounty. All that luscious food and wine will soon have your mouth watering – think of plump red tomatoes, peppery olive oil, creamy goats’ cheeses and succulent slow-cooked lamb. Add to that some of France’s most prestigious and satisfying wines and you have the recipe for an unforgettable holiday.