Archive of articles from 2011
Explore has launched a new brochure dedicated to its range of cycling holidays, providing information on trips in various regions for all experience levels.
Jersey's regional tourist board has announced that the island will host its second annual food festival in 2012.
Post Office Travel Money has predicted a significant increase in spur-of-the-moment holiday bookings over the coming days and early in the new year from consumers eager to leave behind the stress and hectic activity of the festive period.
Abta has released its Travel Trends Report 2012, predicting that areas of the market such as luxury and budget breaks will perform strongly, as the mid-market is set to be hit hardest by reductions in household spending.
Consumers making holiday bookings have been urged to check the financial security of their travel provider before making a payment on the back of research suggesting that 74,000 people were affected by the failure of 24 companies in the past year alone.
"Excessive" fees for using a debit or credit card to buy items such as flights will be banned by the end of 2012, under government plans.
The area around Christchurch has experienced a number of earthquake aftershocks on December 23rd 2011, 10 months after a major quake left the city centre in a state of devastation.
The ME by Melia brand will enter the UK market next year with the opening of a "cutting-edge and contemporary" London hotel.
Iceland's national tourism agency has predicted that 2012 will be a "bumper year" for international travel to the country.
Travellers will be able to see some of the sights and attractions on offer in the New England region of the United States in the next instalment of the BBC's Three Men series.
British Airways owner IAG has agreed a binding deal to buy bmi from Lufthansa for £172.5m.
More than 11 million Brits, or nearly a quarter (23 per cent) of the adult population, are set to take an overnight trip in the UK during the Christmas period, according to VisitEngland.
The Cook Islands could be set for a tourism boost as a result of the new series of reality television programme Shipwrecked: The Island, which is currently being broadcast on Channel 4.
Breaks in the UK offer much better value than overseas holidays for British travellers going away during the busy period between Christmas and New Year's Eve, according to Santander Credit Cards.
Families will be able to treat youngsters to a new experience at Legoland Windsor from March 2012.
Many British consumers will be inspired to visit new destinations and embark on adventurous travels after watching some of the television programmes, documentaries and films set to be shown this Christmas, according to Abta.
Frankfurt will offer some new attractions for art enthusiasts next year, such as the underground hall set to open at the Stadel Museum in February.
EasyJet is laying claim to the title of 'UK's largest ski airline' after announcing increased capacity on services to five popular winter sports destinations.
Scotland's national tourism agency has encouraged music fans to take a tour of the country following the publication of Rock Atlas.
Hg2, publisher of the A Hedonist's Guide to… series of travel books, has revealed some of the cities it expects to prove popular and offer unique experiences for visitors next year.
Emirates has revealed that it will boost capacity on flights from London Heathrow to Dubai next year with the introduction of a fourth Airbus A380 on the route from March 25th.
Travellers considering a trip to Singapore next year can schedule their break to coincide with a major event that will be returning to the Asian city-state.
Greece is the best-value destination available to people planning a 2012 summer holiday, according to a company that claims to be the UK's leading online travel agent.
The Met Office has issued a severe travel warning for the UK due to an onslaught of wintry weather.
Dorset's local tourist board has announced that the county's official promotional website has been upgraded and relaunched.