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Getting Married in Bath

Weddings In Bath Are you getting married in Bath? From wedding car hire to choosing the accommodation for your guests, we’ve put together a guide on some of the things you should consider. Wedding Cars If you would like to arrive at your wedding in style, you might want to consider our wedding car hire service. We’re Bath’s premier wedding car provider and offer a diverse range of transportation packages to suit all members of the wedding party. Before you start to look for wedding transport, it is important that you have a budget for hiring the vehicles for your wedding day. If you and your partner love cars you might decide to invest a significant amount of your budget on this aspect of your special day. We highly recommend booking the transport for your wedding in advance of your wedding date to ensure that you find the ideal vehicle for your big day. […]

By | June 8th, 2017|Bath, Wedding|0 Comments

What Are The Current Duty Free Limits?

All About Duty Free Limits We’re continuing our series of blogs on holiday preparation in the run-up to summer, and answering a few common questions that British tourists have. One such question is the matter of paying tax on goods you bring into the country from abroad. If you’re travelling abroad, you’ll probably be organising what you’re taking with you, packing, booking your taxi transfers, plane tickets, accommodation and so on. Meanwhile, something many people are already focusing on will be the things they can bring home with them from the airport! The rules on this are commonly misunderstood, though, so you should make sure you know what you’re allowed to do. What is duty-free? Every tourist travelling back to the UK has an allowance for duty-free goods. These must be for personal consumption or to be given as a gift. Things you intend to sell would not be eligible. The goods also have to be purchased outside the European Union, and you have to be transporting them personally into the UK. […]

By | May 5th, 2017|Travel Tips|0 Comments

How To Find The Best Currency Exchange Rates

Finding The Best Currency Rate If you’re getting ready to go on holiday abroad, one of the most important things to arrange is your spending money. Having the right amount of cash in the correct currency for your destination is pretty much essential wherever you’re going. There are also things you can do while you’re abroad to minimise the risk of incurring extra costs. But it’s not always simple if you’re keen to get the best deal, so you’ll want to consider all of the following factors in order to get the best value for money. 1) Choose your timing wisely Since exchange rates depend on various economic factors, they can often fluctuate significantly over a short period of time. Having said that, it’s usually possible to see a current trend in the value of a particular currency, so you can decide whether to buy now or wait until nearer the time for a better deal. If the pound is getting weaker against the currency you need, it might be a good idea to get all your cash sooner rather than later. […]

By | April 19th, 2017|Currency|0 Comments

5 Things To Arrange Before Your Holiday

Planning Your Next Holiday Although holidays are what many of us look forward to most throughout the year, especially when we plan to spend most of the time relaxing, the build-up to going away can come with a fair amount of stress. This is especially true if you’re flying to your destination, as there are even more things to think about. Planning for any trip abroad isn’t easy, so you might want to think about all of these key points well in advance so you can get in the right frame of mind for your getaway without being too anxious. 1) Make Sure Your Documents Are In Order One of the highest priorities for anyone travelling abroad should be to prepare passports and other documents which will be required on the journey. You will need to ensure your passport isn’t due to expire (in the next six months for some countries), and triple-check the requirements for border control in the country you’re visiting. Some are a lot more strict than others. Useful Information: Government travel advice […]

By | April 7th, 2017|Travel Tips|0 Comments