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No one does family holidays quite like the Beckhams! David and Victoria Beckham always take their children away for exotic trips during their school holidays, and as well as returning to their former hometown of Los Angeles there is another place they often go back to - the Soneva Fushi resort in the Maldives. The retired footballer and his wife love this five-star resort so much they've returned several times, and also spread the word to their friends, including David Gardner and Liv Tyler, Guy Ritchie and Jacqui Ainsley, along with Gordon Ramsay and his family, who joined the Beckhams
The excitement surrounding the wedding has spread far and wide – and it seems people the world over are flocking to London to celebrate the nuptials in the same country as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. Generator London, Europe's design-led hostel brand, announced that bookings on the weekend of the royal wedding are up by 55 per cent from last year, proving that the wedding is bringing a major tourism boost to London. Interestingly, data released by the site shows that 25 per cent of bookings are from customers based in the UK, with Brits wanting to let their hair down
Lisbon's overwhelming charm lies in its customs and rich history. Recognised for its unique Fado music tradition and delectable taste in Portuguese pastry, the spectacular hilltop vistas and seaside views are just moments away from the gentle buzz of the city’s bright lights. Have the best of both worlds on a city break like no other. Go window-shopping in designer heaven Chiado, stroll through the Old Quarter's historic cobblestone streets and watch the winding bright yellow trams. Or journey slightly further for endless white sands and unspoiled beaches in Cascais. Whether palaces or parks, castles or clubs, the stark contrast that combines steep secluded