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Summer Road Trip: Why you should opt for a self-drive journey for your next holiday?

If you want an authentic experience of a country, there’s nothing quite like a road trip. The thrill of an open road, stopping and starting at your own pace, is an unmatched experience. Travel to lesser-known areas that may otherwise be inaccessible to tourists. Move around at your own pace with a more leisurely exploration of the regions you stop by. And achieve a high degree of freedom and flexibility as you journey in complete luxury and privacy. Our Destination Experts talk about the best places for self-drive trips and how a pre-determined itinerary can help. Learn about the greatest routes of the world, unique themes that bring alive the nuances of the region, and even an exclusive luxury cars edition!

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Game of Thrones Travel: Four countries to get your GOT fix this summer!

The Game may have ended but fans can continue to experience the magic at popular Game of Thrones destinations. This summer, GOT destinations are the hottest buzz and our Destination Experts have compiled the most iconic spots to relive the memories.

Northern Ireland
Popular For: Immersive GOT Experiences

Home to Belfast’s Titanic Studios, where much of the show was shot, Northern Ireland has woven GOT right into its travel tales. The Game of Thrones’ touring exhibition is in Belfast till September and offers fans the chance to step inside Westeros and the lands beyond. See authentic props, costumes and set decorations; and relive the story with an array of immersive environments, interactives, and multimedia content. Or go on location to places like the Tollymore Forest Park, where the White Walkers began their march; and the iconic Castle Ward, where much of Winterfell was shot. Or take a scenic ride along Dark Hedges Road, popular as Kingsroad.

Popular For: King’s Landing

Perhaps one of the most popular GOT destinations, Croatia has been topping the charts of must-visit countries for the last few years. From the notorious beheading to the Purple Wedding and Cersei’s walk of shame, a GOT walk around Dubrovnik should be at the top of any fan’s bucket list. You may also find the legendary Iron Throne in town, which you can sit atop for a once-in-a-lifetime photo opp. For a more off-beat interlude, try the picturesque Sibenik, which sits on the Adriatic Coast and provided the setting for Braavos, where Arya Stark was trained by the Faceless Man. At the Cathedral of St. James, decorated with 71 sculpted faces, you will feel that you are right inside the Hall of Faces with Arya.

Popular For: GOT Architecture

Spain’s spectacular Roman ruins, Moorish fortresses and medieval churches provided the ideal setting for some of the show’s most popular buildings. In Seville, you will find Dorne’s palace at Royal Alcazar, one of the country’s most beautiful royal palaces. The Girona Cathedral is instantly recognizable as The Great Sept of Baelor in King's Landing; while the town was also the setting for the streets of Braavos. The lesser-known Trujillo Castle in Caceres, Extremadura sits atop a hill and acted as the famed Casterly Rock, the ancestral stronghold of the Lannisters. And the Castle of Zafra in Guadalajara was the place where one of the most pivotal scenes of the show was shot – the spectacular reveal of Jon Snow’s parentage at the Tower of Joy in Dorne.

Popular For: Lands Beyond the Wall

From volcanic glaciers to 1000-year old icebergs; bubbling hot springs to frozen lagoons; Iceland is truly a land wrought with fire and ice. Its awe-inspiring natural wonders have played host to many of GOT’s most popular scenes. And there are plenty of tours available to catch the highlights. Travel to the Grjotagja cave, where Jon Snow and Ygritte had their first romantic encounter. The historic Thingvellir National Park was the setting for many scenes, including the Bloody Gate which guards the Vale of Arryn. Svinafellsjokull Glacier inside Skaftafell National Park is where most of the scenes north of the wall were shot. And the abandoned Magheramorne Quarry is an immediate throwback to Castle Black, as well as the setting for the Battle Beyond the Wall.

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An Irish Pub Tour: Five Must-See Cities

From 400-year-old pubs to interactive whiskey experiences and the home bases of world-famous Guinness beer and Jameson whiskey, our Destination Experts have curated a unique theme for a road trip through Ireland, capturing the best of the legendary Irish pub culture. Here are the five Irish cities that are a must-visit on an Irish Pub journey.

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At Madame Tussauds, Sydney, guests can now experience Bollywood like never before with stars like Priyanka Chopra Jonas and Shah Rukh Khan in the interactive new LIGHTS, CAMERA, BOLLYWOOD experience. Master a Bollywood dance routine at their rehearsal studio; and then grab an outfit and head centre stage for a performance of a lifetime.

Prince Charles just opened a luxury B&B in the Scottish Highlands. The Granary Lodge Bed & Breakfast in the north Highlands offers 10 plush guestrooms on the grounds of The Castle of Mey and is now available for booking! The castle was built by the 4th Earl of Caithness and purchased by Prince Charles’s grandmother in 1952 as her principal Scottish residence. All profits will go to the development of the estate as a tourist destination.

About an hour from Paris, the town of Chantilly has grown into a popular equestrian destination. Home to the oldest racecourse in France, the town offers special tours to guests who want to explore the rich equestrian culture of the region, with visits to the local horse training centre, racecourse and even a racing stable.

Thailand and Cambodia are now connected by rail, for the first time in 45 years. Rail connection between the two countries had been discontinued for over four decades due to internal conflicts. The official opening of the cross-border railway has now eased travel between the two countries, connecting Cambodia’s capital Phnom Penh to Poipet on the Thai border via Battambang.

S.E.A. Aquarium, Sentosa’s latest Ocean Fest is a great experience for the whole family! The Noisy Ocean explores the good and bad sounds of the ocean with interactive installations. A mix of audio-visual experiences, sound stations, and live shows offers the chance to discover fascinating facts about the impact of noise on marine animals and the sea. Available now on amazing deals, the fest is on till 30th June.

The Instagram-friendly Museum of Ice Cream is now a permanent fixture in San Francisco. The only one of its kind in the world, this popular spot re-imagines many of our sweet tooth's favourite treats on an epic scale and in a fully immersive style. There’s the “insta-sensation” sprinkle pool, which holds over 100 million custom-designed sprinkles; a magical candy garden; and even a Pop Rocks-themed cave.

Wilderness Safaris has opened a new luxury safari camp in Akagera, Rwanda. The new camp, called Magashi, overlooks the scenic Lake Rwanyakazinga in the north-east of Rwanda’s wildlife rich Akagera National Park. The place promises journeys that are strongly rooted in a shared core purpose: to help conserve Rwanda’s last protected savannah ecosystem and threatened species.

Eight-day wellness retreat designed exclusively for women, in Bali this November. The retreat will be hosted by pro-surfer, Sally Fitzgibbons, winner of 11 World Surfing League World Tour Championship events. During this time, guests will get to both surf and immerse in a different way of living, with Shambhala activities and treatments, along with a purification ceremony at the gorgeous Tirta Empul temple.


Italy by Ferrari: 7 Days Across Milan, The Lakes and Tuscany

The beauty of the Italian countryside deserves a ride that befits its elegance and charm. Try this road trip, zipping across the glitzy streets of Milan, the uber-luxe villas of Lake Como and the sun-dappled hills of Tuscany, inside the classic Italian ride, a Ferrari.

Day 1: Start at Milan
The edgy city is a great place to relax in style, before starting your journey. Lie back in the uber-luxury of your hotel; sip on prestigious labels at an exclusive lounge; or try one of the many Michelin-starred restaurants for dinner.

Day 2: Lakeside Luxury in Lake Como
After our representative delivers the Ferrari to your hotel, drive to the pristine shores of Lake Como, about 2 hours away. Stop for lunch at a local trattoria, before riding further to Cernobbio, where you can spend the night inside a plush 16th-century villa with a fascinating history.

Day 3: Villas of Lake Como
We recommend spending the day exploring the legendary villas of Lake Como, including the remarkable terraced gardens of Villa Balbianello; and the impressive art at Villa Carlotta. Later, walk through the cobbled streets of Bellagio, known as the Pearl of Lake Como.

Day 4: The Ferrari Experience at Maranello
Drive to scenic Maranello, the hometown of Ferrari, a little over three hours away. And spend some time exploring the Ferrari museum, which houses a collection of cars, images and trophies from the company’s history, including some of the most iconic moments of automotive history.

Day 5: Tuscan Flavours in Chianti
Drive to the region of Chianti, known world-wide for its production of the exquisite Chianti wine. And stay at a 12th-century castle, set amidst the rolling hills of Tuscany, with a Michelin-starred dining experience that offers estate-to-table Tuscan produce.

Day 6: Wine Tasting in Chianti
The Chianti region is best explored in your own car, which offers access to some of the lesser-known wineries and farms in the area, for a taste of some of the most prestigious labels and great vintages of the region.

Day 7: Depart from Florence
You can spend another day in the gorgeous city of Florence nearby, with a day trip to the legendary Tower of Pisa and the colourful coastal village of Cinque Terre. Or drive straight to the Florence airport, where our representative will pick up the Ferrari.


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