Autumn is the perfect time of year to get away for some much needed sunshine: not only are hotel rates slashed at the end of summer, but the crowds also thin out so you can find peace and quiet on the beaches. Here at Savoo, we have scouted out our top 10 holiday destinations for some autumn sun at the end of September 2014, whether you are on a budget or looking to splash out.Sardinia, ItalyMax temp: 27CCloser to Africa than Italy, Sardinia is the perfect destination for Autumn sun on a budget;
If you are lucky enough to be jetting off on holiday this summer then make sure you take a look at the following guide to help you breeze through the airport- brought to you exclusively by Savoo.LuggageThere are two ways of taking luggage on holiday: checking it in or taking it as hand luggage.Hold LuggageChecking in hold luggage is a straightforward process as long as your suitcase fits within the maximum dimensions and weight limit: standard allowance is 20kg but will vary between airlines.Before
With the average gap year estimated to cost around £5000-£7000 it can be difficult to ever imagine getting enough money to fund those travelling dreams- particularly if you have just graduated from university with a student loan. But with a bit of time, planning and dedication you could soon be flying off to Vietnam, Morocco […]
Inspired by Sochi, our in-house adrenaline junkie fancies a trip to the slopes, but those mountains don't come cheap.
When Wimbledon's on, the tennis courts are packed; during The World Cup, more jumpers are muddied from being used as goal posts than ever and during The Olympics running shoes are dusted off, diving boards are bounced on and old judo outfits - that no longer fit - make a brief appearance before usually heading straight to the Sue Ryder shop.
I bet Michael Eavis and the production team behind Glastonbury are feeling very smug about the fact this year was a year off for the UK's biggest music festival. Imagine the carnage that would have ensued with hundreds of thousands of 'revellers' heading to the iconic festival?
But while 'Glasto' had a lucky escape, the UK weather has meant
festivals across the country have been cancelled, leaving some very
bored and unhappy people left wondering what to do with their time. But
it's not just the time and the fun you miss out on, it's the expense of
the whole thing that can cause a headache. Festivals in the UK are
expensive and getting a refund on your tickets can be a painful process.
That's why I am advocating spending a little bit more to get a
significant saving and boost to your summer fun.
If I was young
enough to want to party the night away, sleep in a tent and indulge in
everything else that comes with a festival here are the top five I would
look at attending to combine revelry and a summer holiday at the same
How to survive a family holiday!
Holidays with the
whole family in tow can be a tumultuous affair if not planned properly.
Balancing the needs of energetic toddlers with those of sulky teenagers, while
still managing to squeeze in some well deserved R & R, can seem like an
If you have
visions of a windswept beach and sangrias at noon, while the rest of your
family equates the perfect break with non-stop activities, you may be heading
for a holiday meltdown. To avoid a family holiday dream turning into a holiday
nightmare, follow these handy tips.