Fancy a summer holiday that’s a bit different to your tried-and-tested annual jaunt to the seaside?
From hot dog eating competitions to classy American cocktails, here’s our pick of ways to celebrate Independence Day in London:
If you want to follow in Bear Grylls's footsteps, here’s our pick of the best adventure destinations that have featured in the series (drinking your own urine is optional…).
With all the exciting events and celebrations happening in London this year, make the most of the capital with these travel apps, from insider tips compiled by local experts to how to get around in the city:
To celebrate International Museum Day, here are five of the best quirky museums in Europe:
Glastonbury may not be happening this year, but sun, sea and seriously good music await you in the abundance of great summer festivals happening across Europe. Swap your muddy wellies with a sunhat and bikini and jet off to one of these fantastic festivals:
From Hawaii’s Barking Sands Beach to the Pink Sands Beach of The Bahamas, pay a visit to some of the world’s most unusual beaches.
From a herring feast in Sweden to bell-ringing in France, here are some of our favourite quirky Easter traditions from around the world:
There’s nothing like following in the footsteps of your favourite TV characters and visiting the destinations shown in the programme – but which are real and which are fake? See our top five ‘telly-tourism’ destinations below and find out!
From teeing-off at 14,500ft in the Himalayas to golfing in the rice paddies of Bali, here’s our pick of the quirkiest golf courses around the world.
Even without peacekeepers, mockingjays and nightlock, visitors can connect to the world of Katniss, Peeta and Haymitch in North Carolina – the filming location for The Hunger Games.
Mum’s the word this Sunday (March 18th) so why not treat her to a day of pampering and fun in the capital?
If you're serious about reducing your carbon footprint but still want to enjoy an overseas holiday, here are five of the world's most environmentally friendly countries, as documented by the UN. They also just happen to be some of the world's most beautiful:
Astro-tourism is on the rise and it's not hard to see why – there is nothing more magical and mysterious than the night's sky.
If you find it hard to relax on holiday or are always looking for things to do travelbite.co.uk's top 5 extreme holiday ideas might be a good place to start.
By travelling at the end of the season you can make the most of last minute discounts, reduced-price lift tickets and lower hotel and flight rates.
Fancy a Valentine’s Day escape that’s a break from the norm? From a treehouse to an ice hotel in Romania, here are some quirky Valentine’s Day ideas for intrepid couples who love new experiences:
Glamour, fashion and runways – it can only mean Fashion Week!
One of the world’s most colourful celebrations – Chinese New Year (also known as Spring Festival) – kicks off on January 23rd and carries on until the 15th day of the first lunar month (Lantern Festival).
Feel a bit over-indulged after Christmas? Why not combine your New Year’s resolution to get fit and detox with a break away?