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3 Ways Costsaver Gives You the Power to Travel Your Way.

We think amazing travel memories shouldn’t cost the earth, so our budget trips cover all the essentials while providing you the building blocks to tailor your dream trip. It’s the ultimate unpackaged tour - an experience that you can make your own. How It WorksThe world's your oyster, start searching. Flick through our worldwide tours and pick one...

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Savor the Benefits of Traveling with a Small Group

 The power of a small group Explorations tour comes from the small group. With 14-24 travelers, the options open up – now, we can fit in a small, local home and have a home cooked meal followed by tea and conversation. Now, we can stay in a smaller, but incredible, unique hotel. With a limited number...

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Celebrity Cruises Launches The World's First Digital Cruise Ship Experience In The Metaverse

 In a groundbreaking industry-first, travelers can now immerse themselves with a Celebrity ship before they ever set sail in the brand’s all-new, ‘Wonderverse.’Visitors can also explore; chat with ship designers and leaders including beloved American interior designer Nate Berkus, Captain Kate McCue, and the line’s President and CEO Lisa Lutoff-Perlo Celebrity Cruises®, known for next generation ships at...

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Three New Waldorf Astoria Hotels & Resorts Let You Holiday in Style in Latin America

Waldorf Astoria hotels’ name and hospitality still reflect its founding family, the legendary Astors, who for more than a century were the pinnacle of American high society. The Astor legacy of good living is expanding worldwide and especially in Latin America, where three new Waldorf Astoria hotels and resorts are setting new standards in travel style....

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Viking's Newest Ocean Ship Named by NASA Astronaut and Aquanaut Godmother

Viking Neptune, the river and ocean cruise line’s newest ocean ship, has been ceremonially named by her godmother, retired NASA astronaut, aquanaut and artist, Nicole Stott. The ship’s naming ceremony was a highlight for its World Cruise guests.  Viking Neptune arrived in Los Angeles on the morning of January 8 and departed for Honolulu following its...

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On the Night Train: How to Jump On Board One of European Travel’s Hottest Trends

Europe is banning short hopper flights in a battle against emissions. The move is sparking a rail revival – and particularly a renaissance of night trains. This is something to celebrate, if you love rail journeys as much as we do. Not just for the reduction in greenhouse gases; although Eurostar says that flying from London...

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Did you Know? The Leaning Tower of Pisa is... 'Straightening Up!'

Will it soon be named the Perfectly Ordinary Tower of Pisa? Will the Tuscan city whose claim to fame is an off-kilter tower fall into obscurity without tourists keen to snap photos of themselves pretending to prop up the Tower of Pisa? Those are the questions we’re asking ourselves with the news that the so-called Leaning...

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Enjoy Hawaii in 2023 at the Lowest Hotel Rates Guaranteed

Stay and Save with Travel Packages from Pleasant Holidays

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Mexico's Top 5 Archaeological Sites

Break away from the beach and inject the wonder of history into your next vacation! Mexico’s ancient past comes alive at archaeological sites around the country that allow you to walk in the footsteps of the inhabitants of highly evolved societies who built pyramids, elaborate cities, and culture rivalling any ancient civilization in the world. Pre-Columbian (the...

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Pretty in Pink: Where to Meet the National Bird of the Bahamas

The Caribbean flamingo is an iconic symbol of the tropics, with its vivid pink plumage standing out against a backdrop of turquoise waters, green palm leaves, and pastel-colored buildings. In the Bahamas, where it’s the national bird, flamingos have made a strong comeback thanks to conservation projects. The Islands of The Bahamas may be one of...

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