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But do remember that we're an editorial travel site, not a tourist office or travel agency. The information we have is on the website. We do spend a lot of time traveling ourselves, so:

  • We can't plan your itinerary, research travel questions, or supply literature and posters.
  • We can't book tickets, accommodation, tours, etc. for you.

If you have a practical question it's probably best to contact the CVB in the area you'll be traveling in. See the list on our 'Places' page.

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PLEASE NOTE: we always reply to emails but occasionally the replies bounce back. We try tracking people down on Google but not everyone turns up, so we have no other way of replying than to try sending the email again. If it bounces back again, there's not much we can do, so if you write in and don't get a response, that's the only reason.


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