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Thousands of drunk UK skiers injured each day

Chris Butler December 12th, 2019

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Cheekytrip Reviews: Paris

Reece Cowan December 02nd, 2019

Paris is one of of the most desirable places on earth. Cheekytrip takes a look at some of the top reasons why you should take your next city break to the cosmopolitan capital of France.

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Mexico tourist tax: new Baja California Sur tax

Chris Butler November 25th, 2019

Earlier in November, it was announced the independent Mexican state of Baja California Sur's government would introduce a new tourist tax to the area.

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The five best Family ski resorts across Europe

Chris Butler November 13th, 2019

Europe has some of the best ski resorts across the world, taking advantage of the snow in the Alps, Pyrenees and more. There are perfect family resorts, here are five of the best...

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Competition closing soon - WIN a luxury stay with dinner and fizz!

Chris Butler November 05th, 2019

We love to treat our customers at Cheekytrip, which is why are running a luxury giveaway which ends this Thursday (November 7th). Here are the details on how to win...

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The best Autumn UK destinations

Chris Butler October 29th, 2019

Autumnal shades bloom throughout the countryside and the fresh early morning sunshine provides the perfect conditions to explore. Here are some of the best places to visit across the UK in Autumn...

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UK ban on flights to Sharm El Sheikh has been lifted

Chris Butler October 22nd, 2019

The Foreign and Commonwealth Office has lifted its ban on flights to Sharm El Sheikh, following a four-year suspension...

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5 of the creepiest places you can visit

Chris Butler October 10th, 2019

With Halloween approaching, we've decided to have a look at five of the creepiest places you can visit across the world...

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Greece scrap 'stayover tax' on Thomas Cook-affected hotels

Chris Butler October 01st, 2019

Following Thomas Cook's collapse, the Greek government have scrapped the so-called 'stayover tax' on hotels affected by the holiday provider's demise, in a bid to support Greece's tourism industry...

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Check out Beijing's new 'starfish' airport

Chris Butler September 26th, 2019

Beijing's brand new £50 billion 'starfish' airport is set to open, just five years after construction began...

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