Archive of articles from 2011
Nearly 100 years to the day of Captain Robert Scott's ill-fated polar expedition, Welsh businessman and entrepreneur, William McNamara OBE, is to make an attempt on the Pole.
Feel a bit over-indulged after Christmas? Why not combine your New Year’s resolution to get fit and detox with a break away?
Surely a must-see on everyone's travel list, here is travelbite.co.uk's top five ways to see the Northen Lights:
Hungary’s capital comes alive during the festive season. Sarah Gibbons paid a visit to find out more:
Christmas is a magical time of year wherever you are; however some places capture the festive spirit better than others.
From colourful festivals to unique local celebrations, here are the top events from around the world in 2012 with World Expeditions:
There are few retreats quite as special and unique as a windmill
Let history come alive on your Yukon journey as you follow the trails of First Nation traders and gold strike prospectors, and visit Dawson City to relive the heady days of the Klondike Gold Rush.
Whether you want to enjoy crisp, winter air or burn off that Christmas turkey, National Trust properties have some great walks to explore.
Make the most of the festive season! Look forward to an exciting and unique winter holiday by booking a trip to one of the world's top five ice hotels:
Forget New Year’s resolutions. What are you going to do, see and experience in 2012?
Are you looking for New Year's holiday ideas for 2011 but weary with all the disappointing party hype?
The Hotel New York is a 72-room, four-star boutique hotel occupying the former HQ of the Holland-Amerika Lijn.
Glamping – a unique way to experience the world’s natural wonders – has never been so ‘in vogue’.
From the Greek islands to Australia’s Whitsundays, if you fancy taking to the seas for a sailing holiday, Travelbite.co.uk’s pick of five top sailing locations are guaranteed to put the wind in your sails:
Having just won a Spa Finders Readers Choice Award, I knew I was in for a treat when paying a visit to Alexander House& Utopia Spa – located in the leafy countryside of East Grinstead.
Bratislava's communist relics – the regulated blocs and angular statues – are evocative; you can imagine the past they were created in, a past which many Western eyes can't fully understand.
Thoughts turn to a winter sun escape as soon as the days start becoming shorter – and colder. But where are the best places to go for guaranteed sunshine?
So much of Scotland is about rugged hillsides and stormy seas that it can be easy to forget how indulgent a visit to the country can be.
With the mercury dropping, it’s time for the skates to come out for a spot of outdoor ice skating.
Gilly Pickup takes to the seas in the Queen Mary 2 for one of the world’s legendary journeys – the transatlantic crossing
One of the best things about the festive season is the gorgeous Christmas markets which pop up across the country offering traditional handicrafts, tasty treats and warming mulled wine.
Check out Travelbite.co.uk’s handy infographic which compares the price of a cup of coffee in various European cities:
Ski and snowboard holidays are the ideal way to enjoy the year’s coldest season.
Fancy a challenging week on the slopes? Choosing the right ski resort is the first step for a memorable ski holiday for winter sports aficionados.
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