Wimbledon fever is gripping the nation once again as the annual Wimbledon Tennis Championships kicks off this week.
To celebrate National Bike Week (June 15th-23rd) we take a look at some of the best cycle routes in the UK, from Cornwall’s Camel Trail to the epic Land’s End to John O’Groats challenge.
Do you feel the need to unplug from your tech-obsessed daily life? ‘Digital detox’ breaks – a new holiday trend gathering momentum around the globe – allow you to do just that.
After an epic year of cycling success in 2012, excitement is building once again in the lead up to the 100th Tour de France this summer. With Sir Bradley Wiggins and Chris Froome leading with way for Great Britain, why not follow in their tracks with your own Tour de France-inspired cycling holiday? Here’s our pick of the best in Europe.
Here’s our top five cinema-themed places to stay for film fans on all budgets:
With the imminent release of Baz Luhrmann’s film adaption of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s celebrated novel The Great Gatsby – starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Carey Mulligan and Tobey Maguire – ‘Roaring Twenties’ fever is sweeping across the globe.
El Celler de Can Roca in Girona, Spain, was announced as the winner of the coveted award The World’s Best Restaurant 2013 earlier this week.
From the bustling streets of historic Budapest, to the lush tea plantations of Sri Lanka, here’s where cash-strapped Brits should be heading to this summer:
Made in Chelsea, the hit reality TV show following the lives of a group of friends in London’s most prestigious postcode, returns to our screens tonight. If you want to follow in their (designer) footsteps and indulge in all things Chelsea, then check out these ultra-luxurious hotels:
There’s an app for everything these days and when it comes to travel, there’s a plethora on offer to aid and entertain you wherever you are in the world. New useful apps are launching all the time, but we’ve picked out five new apps to look out for in 2013.
Have a cracking good time with the family at these ‘egg-celent’ Easter egg hunts around the UK:
Today marks the start of Climate Week, so in celebration we’ve picked out our top green holiday ideas for eco-enthusiasts:
Bid farewell to the ski season in style and take to the slopes for the best late-season ski festivals around the world:
If you miss your childhood years when it was acceptable to throw food around (or down yourself in most cases) then fear not – hurling foodstuffs around has not lost its allure. From pummelling participants into a tomatoey pulp in Spain, to custard pie flinging championships in the UK, here are the best food fights in the world:
Want to party the night away at the famous Rio Carnival but not sure you can take that much time off? The South American carnivals may be the most famous, but there are a host of colourful carnivals closer to home, from Venice’s iconic carnevale to the Bollywood-themed Tenerife Carnival.
Forget flowers and chocolates, why not treat your loved one with a romantic break away? Here are our suggestions!
Whether you’re after a good night’s sleep or an all-encompassing healthy lifestyle break, we’ve picked out our top 5 healthy holidays for 2013:
New Year’s Eve is the chance to celebrate the past year and bring in the New Year with a bang. However, some countries have quirkier traditions than others. From colourful underwear to grape-eating, here are our top five from around the world!
Not sure what to get up to this New Year’s Eve? There are some great public events happing across the country to enjoy, from Edinburgh’s famous Hogmanay street party to fancy dress shenanigans in Cornwall.
Long gone are the days when a hot tub and afternoon tea classed as luxury. These days discerning skiers are after indoor swimming pools, personal service, gourmet cuisine and even private cinemas.