The ICE Newsroom

16 May

Tel Aviv Travel Guide

Travelling to Tel Aviv for the Eurovision song contest this weekend? Here’s some tips to help you make the most of a weekend in Israel’s cultural capital. What to do: With a stunning beachfront, a thriving art and food scene and a dynamic nightlife, Tel Aviv has plenty to keep you occupied while you’re waiting

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08 May

Digital Futures: The Tech Transforming Travel

Over the last decade, the experience of travel has transformed dramatically. Gone are the days of getting lost on cobbled backstreets, armed with a map and a French dictionary, hoping to stumble across somewhere decent for dinner. With the advent of global WiFi, AirBnB, Tripadvisor, Google Maps and Google Translate, every aspect of a holiday

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11 Mar

Alternative Europe: A Travel Guide

Britain may be leaving the European Union, but there’s no reason why your summer holidays should suffer. The European Commission has confirmed that Brits will still be able to travel freely within Europe post-Brexit, and while the Pound isn’t as strong against the Euro as it once was, travellers can still get good rates by

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27 Feb

Sustainable Travel: A Guide to Eco Friendly Tourism

Our planet is pretty incredible. And thanks to technological advances in recent decades, the vast deserts, seas, mountains, rainforests and glaciers that populate the earth are all only a plane ride away. However, our appetite for exploration comes at a hefty cost. Research published last year in Nature Climate Change revealed that tourism is responsible

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21 Feb

Films to inspire your next adventure

With the Ocars just around the corner, we’ve rounded up our favourite travel films of all time. Did we miss any? Get in touch and let us know your favourites. Thelma & Louise (1991) In this feminist classic, two housewives-turned-outlaws embark on a road trip, travelling from Arkansas to the Grand Canyon. Catch Me If You

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14 Feb

You do you: The best destinations for solo travellers

This Valentine’s Day, we’re championing solo travel. As special as it is to share travel experiences with loved ones, there’s something truly unique about exploring the world on your own terms. Travelling alone offers an unparalleled sense of freedom and independence, providing space to think and reflect, a new perspective on the world, and pushing

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04 Feb

Wellness for one-and-all: How to enjoy the high life at low prices

Wellness breaks are one of the hottest travel trends, but only 3% of Brits can afford the average retreat Currency experts reveal how to save thousands of pounds on luxury wellness breaks that boost health, mood and wellbeing Wellness expert shares insight on the benefits of a wellness break on your physical and emotional wellbeing

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18 Jan

Keep Calm and Carry On: A Brexit Travel Guide

With Conservatives in the middle of a leadership bid, and both pro- and anti-Brexit parties achieving successes in the European Parliament elections, it looks like no-deal Brexit, a new-deal Brexit and a second referendum could all be back on the table. No one knows for sure how it’s all going to play out, but to

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11 Jan

Shifting travel trends as Brits go further to get more for their money

Sales of the Euro were down 6% in 2018, while sales of currency for further afield locations like Egypt, Morocco and Hong Kong soared Consumer travel trends within Europe are also changing, with consumers favouring affordable destinations like Turkey, Romania, and Bulgaria over more expensive alternatives New sales data released by International Currency Exchange (ICE)*

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