Travel without tears. Or without kids

[ Monday, 5th March 2007 ]

How to keep children happy while they’re in transit - or would it be better to leave them behind?

Dining in France

[ Monday, 26th February 2007 ]

France remains 'the' land of culinary genius, but dining there is still foreign to most of us. Tom Doorley explains how to add a little 'oh-la-la' to your French holiday.

The Greening of the Algarve.

[ Friday, 16th February 2007 ]

With sun-drenched fairways, glorious sandy beaches, year round mild weather and easy and affordable access, it is no wonder that the Irish love affair with The Algarve goes from strength to strength. Ita O’Kelly reports.

Reach for the stars when it comes to property investment

[ Sunday, 11th February 2007 ]

YOU'RE all gone mad. Gone property mad to be exact. Sure the madra in the streets now own at least seven kennels in Ireland AND a similar number abroad.

Buying Overseas Property: The Facts of Tax

[ Thursday, 8th February 2007 ]

So you fancy investing in a property abroad? Somewhere to relax every once and a while, somewhere that can earn you money in the short/long term, or maybe just somewhere that’s more value for money than an Irish property purchase! Whatever the reason, investment in overseas property is growing steadily, but when it comes to the financials of your investment, what are the facts of overseas tax?

50 plus Holidays for the mature traveller

[ Sunday, 4th February 2007 ]

For anyone planning to head off in early summer, there are plenty of interesting and unusual items to pick up on,

Take out proper protection when you are going abroad

[ Tuesday, 30th January 2007 ]

IRISH embassy staff frequently encounter the difficulties which Irish people experience when travelling abroad, as ex-pats turn to them for help when things go wrong.

Five new European routes take off from Dublin

[ Friday, 26th January 2007 ]

Ryanair has started flights to Billund (Denmark) and Rzeszow (Poland), together with Almeria, Seville and Vitoria in Spain, from Dublin.

Why South Africa's wild Eastern Cape is a must-see

[ Saturday, 20th January 2007 ]

British Visitors to South Africa are a pretty conservative lot. Large numbers pass through Johannesburg in the blink of an eye before striking out for the northern game reserves. Others base themselves in Cape Town, taking circular tours of the manicured Winelands or the more rugged Garden Route. Romantics travel between the two main cities on the Blue Train. Beach-lovers choose Durban, high-rollers try their luck at Sun City... and that's about it.


[ Tuesday, 16th January 2007 ]

In the latest in a series of articles on hot investment opportunities the Money Doctor, John Lowe, explains how buying a ski property can lead to some very cool returns.

Look What's New

[ Sunday, 14th January 2007 ]

Look What's New - Fancy jetting off to somewhere different? Here's a taste of whats on offer. Costa Dorada, Spain; Cape Verde and Bulgaria

The healthy holiday guide

[ Tuesday, 9th January 2007 ]

Jellyfish, ear infections, upset stomachs... summer breaks with the family can be as fraught as they are fun. Fortunately, MAXINE FRITH has the antidotes

New Tax Regime in Spain

[ Sunday, 7th January 2007 ]

Two bills passed by the Spanish parliament l affecting non-residents owning or intending to buy holiday properties in Spain.

Overseas investment hotspots in 2007

[ Sunday, 7th January 2007 ]

PREDICTING the next great overseas property market is as lucrative as finding the first nugget of gold, and just as illusive.

How not to get burned when booking for the summer!

[ Saturday, 6th January 2007 ]

Booking a family holiday is a complicated business, and becoming more complicated by the day with the enhanced range of options and the different ways of selecting a family holiday. We picked out ten things to watch as you make your €2,000 decision for 2007:

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