Travel-related 'number one' trivia

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"Our affair with Mallorca remains undimmed – it's still the UK’s most popular holiday destination"
  • | by Kristian Dando

Summer may be entering its final stretch, but that doesn't mean people have stopped thinking about holidays.

So, here's a bumper selection of holiday-related 'number ones' for some inspiration for your next break...

The number one cheapest night out for British travellers


Sofia, Bulgaria

A big night out in the Bulgarian capital is great value, according to TripAdvisor. A hotel, return taxi ride, cocktails and dinner for two clocks in at just £103.91

The number one most expensive night out for British travellers


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Oslo, Norway

If you’re planning on an evening gallivanting in the picturesque Norwegian city, expect to pay for it – TripAdvisor claims that a hotel, return taxi, dinner and drinks for two will cost a princely £381.21.

The number one best-value UK city break


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According to TripAdvisor, an evening out and overnight stay in a four-star hotel in Nottingham for two will set you back £164.73. In Edinburgh, the UK's most expensive city to take a break, the same things would cost you a total of £298.46. Robin Hood would surely approve...

The world’s number one hotel


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The One & Only Palmilla Resort, Mexico

Users of travel site Expedia rated this plush Mexican hotel the world’s best. It certainly looks quite nice. Me gusta!

The world’s most romantic city


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It seems that travellers would rather a bit of good old-fashioned “gor' Blimey!” to Parisian “oooh-la-la” – users of travel site Expedia voted the English capital their most romantic destination.

The world’s number one beach


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Rabbit Beach, Lampueseda, Islands of Sicily

The crystal clear waters of this Sicilian gem earned it the accolade of the world’s best beach, according to users of TripAdvisor.

The number one most-popular destination


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Our affair with Mallorca remains undimmed – it’s still the UK’s most popular holiday destination this year, according to

Wherever you head on your next break, don't forget to shop around for a great deal on travel insurance before you go.