For those keen to avoid a mile-high fracas, such as the one over a reclining seat that got the plane diverted, here’s a handy guide
Draughts, the capital’s latest concept cafe, hopes to capitalise on a new trend for beer and board games, with over 500 different tabletop games on offer
Salsa, music, mojitos, rum, and fun beat through the veins of Cuba.
It will be the customary mud and rain at Glastonbury 2014, if the forecasts are to be believed. So here's how to stop the weather putting a dampener on the weekend
In the not-so-merry, very grey month of May, I decided to flee to the land of lemon trees and combine the 15th century marvels in Verona and Mantua with a relaxing dolce far niente at a spa.
A London music hall and an inn with unspoilt views of Loch Ness make the top 50, featured in Lonely Planet's new ebook Secret Europe, published today
The 700,000 locks attached to some of Paris's historic bridges by lovers may be removed says city's new mayor Anne Hidalgo
A new range of phrasebooks includes a dedicated section on how to let rip in a foreign tongue. We've distilled the best rages and retorts from the Ranting, Bitching and Swearing chapters
From cocktails and late-night DJ sets to beach yoga and wild swimming, here's what's happening in Majorca, Menorca and Ibiza & Formentera this summer
There are in the United States — in cities across the country — more than 45 permanent memorials to those who died in the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.
Once upon a time, a girl dug her heels in the sand and declared, “When I have kids, we will stay at the beach and visit Disney for a day.” And so it was — until the Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World opened.
A former monastery in an isolated valley below the Pyrenees, Les Fontaines d'Escot has been a haven for travellers for more than 600 years.
Austerity was Merriam-Webster's 2010 word of the year. Let's make 2011's word 'glamping'. It suggests austerity but is actually just fabulous.
And why don't I know this?
New laws could see the Spanish finishing work at 6pm, and scrapping their afternoon snooze. For many, however, the changes will have little impact on working, social and family life
The New Forest never was my kind of weekend destination. Families in caravans, walkers in sturdy boots braving the rain. So not me.
Booking your summer holiday? Here are five essentials for a luxurious travel experience.
Juice all day, tormented by termites, lost in Luella and still, I have no complaints. What’s going on here?
Have an adventure in Morocco's Souss Valley, try out glam travel guides, and East London's hip places to stay
Questions we should be asking about the startup: isn't it just a course correction for a real-estate system stacked against us? Also: is someone having sex in my bed?
Though only a short flight away, Portugal offers so many worlds to taste, and autumn is the perfect time to visit.
The trend for uploading holiday photos on social media has led one travel company to include a personal photographer to document your trip and deliver a daily supply of Instagram-friendly images for you to share online
From snail-shaped homes to rotating sun-catching buildings, these 20 architectural achievements must been seen to be believed!