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Student friendly winter holidays
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Student friendly winter holidays

February 12th, 2018 | by Shiori Ozawa
Where is the ideal place for a winter holiday? Sunbathing in Spain? A night out in Amsterdam? Following my recent trip, I would personally say the ideal destination is Krakow, Poland. Firstly (and most importantly), the trip will...
Travel Resolutions for 2018
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Travel Resolutions for 2018

February 12th, 2018 | by Jenny Franken
A new year doesn’t only just signify a new beginning for your diet or your exercise plan. For travel enthusiasts, a new year can mean 365 days and chances to explore new countries, cities, cultures and meet people from all...
Destination Unknown- Student societies offer new experiences through travel
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Destination Unknown- Student societies offer new experiences through travel

February 12th, 2018 | by Alexandre Amaral
There are more than 200 societies at Newcastle University and throughout their time at uni, most students have thought about joining at least one. Although there isn’t one focused solely on travelling, the truth is that a huge...
Heathrow Airport’s Bears Return with an Important Message this Christmas
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Heathrow Airport’s Bears Return with an Important Message this Christmas

January 27th, 2018 | by Holly Stanford
Edward and Doris Bair return for Heathrow’s 2017 Christmas advert ‘It’s a Wonderful Flight’.  Last year, the nation welled up as the cuddly couple came home from holiday to be reunited with their family in the London...
Christmas markets around the world
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Christmas markets around the world

January 27th, 2018 | by Bianca Ionici
With Christmas rapidly approaching, you may be wondering what to do during this time of year. Especially when you are loath to leave the house, and would rather just stay indoors burrowed in your blanket, watching seasonal...
Dublin at Christmas
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Dublin at Christmas

January 27th, 2018 | by editor
If you’re a Christmas fanatic like me, then Dublin is the perfect December destination. This is a place that does Christmas right. Trying to avoid the festivities is as difficult as trying to avoid the cold in Newcastle –...
How is Christmas celebrated around the world?
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How is Christmas celebrated around the world?

January 27th, 2018 | by editor
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! But does Christmas look the same across the globe? We asked people to investigate how six different countries celebrate at this festive time of year. Australia Think of Christmas...
Windermere Sunrise
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Windermere Sunrise

December 4th, 2017 | by Leslie Deng
Who better than Leslie Deng to talk about the nation's favourite body of...
Vrai ou faux? Surviving life in Paris 
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Vrai ou faux? Surviving life in Paris 

December 4th, 2017 | by Amy Hannigan
Three months into my life in Paris, and I’m still constantly surprised by how different Parisian life is to what you see in tourist brochures. Whilst I didn’t exactly believe everyone would wear onions round their necks, a...
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Winter Activity Destinations

December 4th, 2017 | by Ugne Rinkeviciute
Winter is just around the corner, which means snowball fights, snow angels and catching snowflakes. Whether we get snow or not here in Newcastle this year, there are places just a few hours away known for being some of the...