3.5 million Brits are putting themselves at risk
New research from ABTA revealed that more than 3.5 million Brits are putting themselves at risk by not taking out the correct Travel Insurance prior to going on a skiing holiday.
With the winter spor
Travel Insurance tips for your winter break
Figures from ABTA show that 4.7 million Brits headed for a winter break during the Christmas and New Year period last year.
Whether you’re visiting one of Europe’s many Christmas markets, hitting th
There is more to Yokohama than the rugby world cup final
The 2019 Rugby World Cup comes to a close this weekend with a repeat of the 2007 final as England take on the Springboks (South Africa) for the prestigious title of world champions.
It has been a gre
Just Travel Cover celebrates 20 years with charity fundraiser
This month marks our twentieth year in business and we marked the occasion with a celebration event for our staff, raising money for our charity for this year, Age UK Sunderland.
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How to buy a holiday home overseas
As the summer comes to an end and we return from our holidays in sunnier climes, you certainly wouldn’t be alone in dreaming of having your own home abroad to return to year after year. But what abo
8 benefits of taking part in Stoptober
We’re a week into “Stoptober,” the country's largest mass quit attempt that encourages people to quit smoking together. It lasts for 28 days as research has found that if you can stop smoking for 28 d
Travelling with a long term health condition
Whether business or pleasure, there’s always lots to remember when travelling abroad. You need to make sure you’ve got travel insurance sorted, sun cream and a passport. There’s even more to consider
Could October be the savviest time of year to take a holiday?
If you're looking for a good-value break offering warm weather without the crowds then October could be the best time of year to book your break.
That's according to ABTA, with the travel assoc
Thomas Cook Collapse: What You Need To Know
Last week it was announced the UK’s oldest travel company, Thomas Cook, had ceased trading. With around 150,000 holidaymakers overseas and many more with holidays booked, what happens now?