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Backpack or Suitcase?

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Travelling abroad, commute or adventure – the world’s a lot smaller than it used to be, and luggage choices are way more advanced. You don’t have to pack a suitcase en route to work anymore, and you don’t necessarily need a backpack when you book flights around the world. So what’s best for when?

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Tantrum free trips: taking your kids on the train

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Entertaining kids on the train

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Travelling with children can be a challenging experience but there are loads of reasons why taking a trip on the train is a great idea. As well as being more environmentally friendly than flying or driving, travelling with kids is often the cheapest option as there are usually plenty of train deals available for families.

Of course, travelling with youngsters can be a bit of a daunting prospect. But with a little imagination and planning a lengthy journey can be turned into a fun experience. If you’re taking a long trip with children in tow we’ve written up some top tips on how to keep your kids entertained on the train. Continue reading →