In Brief, a roundup of the latest national and international travel news
Are we really in 2016?
You may find this hard to believe, but The Foriegn and Commonwealth office has revised its advice in relation ti travelling to the US. New laws in North Carolina and Mississippi make it perfectly legal for local businesses to discriminate gay couples by refusing service on religous grounds.
Tourists to supply DNA sample on arrival
Saliva samples are to be taken from visitors to Kuwait on arrival,this will be the first country to enforce such a measure, but probably not the last.
As cheap as chips
In fact cheaper than chips, is the new service to be operated by FlixBus between London Victoria coach station to Porte Maillot in Paris, scheduled twice daily from as little as £7 one way, this includes free Wi-Fi and up to 3 pieces of luggage.
Warsaw value for your Pound
According to recent research carried out by Post Office Travel Money, the Polish capitol wins hands down for value, with two night breaks costing as little as £158 pp., including hotel, flights and drink, what you waiting for?