Flight Centre Travel Guides: The Cotswolds

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The Cotswolds

A stunning collection of quaint villages interspersed with vibrant market towns and rolling hills, the Cotswolds offer a picture-perfect snapshot of quintessential England. The region, which is characterised by its charming buildings constructed from traditional Cotswold limestone, holds the title of the biggest Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in England and Wales. Read More

Flight Centre Travel Guides: Hamilton Island

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Hamilton Island

The beating heart of the Whitsunday Islands, Hamilton Island is the most popular tourist destination on Australia’s Great Barrier Reef. The island sprawls across almost 2,000 spectacular acres, much of which is untouched rainforest.

Golf buggies take the place of cars as the primary mode of transport on the island, which means peace, tranquillity and the slow pace of quintessential island living is the order of the day.

Visitors to Hamilton Island are spoilt for choice. Whether you explore the island’s stunning waterways and beaches, venture further afield to popularWhitehaven Beach, or settle in for a romantic sunset sail, Hamilton Island is the quintessential island holiday you’ve been dreaming of. Read More

Flight Centre Travel Guides: York

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York

The medieval jewel of Northern England, few places exude culture and history quite like industrial York. Home to a web of narrow, cobbled streets, an abundance of 13th century character and quintessential English pubs and tearooms, York is one of the most beautiful and frequented tourist destinations in all of England.

If history and culture is more what you’re after, York also has an abundance of museums and theatres, and serves as the perfect base for exploring Yorkshire’s moors, dales and traditional market towns. Read More

Flight Centre Travel Guides: Great Barrier Reef

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Great Barrier Reef

The largest coral reef system on earth (seriously, it’s even visible from space!), Australia’s Great Barrier Reef is one of the world’s most coveted travel destinations. Stretched along more than 2,300 kilometres of northern Queensland coastline, the reef is made up of around 3,000 individual reef systems and coral cays along with 900 islands.

This World Heritage-listed tropical paradise offers sun-drenched beaches, luxury island resorts and some of the best snorkelling and scuba diving you’ll find anywhere in the world. If clear blue waters, abundant tropical marine life and day after day of glorious sunshine is your idea of a dream holiday, the Great Barrier Reef will not disappoint. Read More

Flight Centre Travel Guides: Berlin

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Berlin

Known as Germany’s cultural melting pot, Berlin boasts a creative and urban vibe, some of the best nightlife in Europe and stunning examples of modern architecture to boot. Throw into the mix a trendy café culture that would rival many of its neighbours, a thriving calendar of festivals and a diverse art and museum scene that has tourists flocking to the city in droves, and you’re looking at one of the Europe’s prime travel destinations; not to mention one of its most historic. Read More