A hotel in Norway has launched a "dog taxi" service, giving customers a chance to be collected from the airport in style
As the debate over parents taking children on holiday during term time rages, we spot-check a range of holidays to find out how much prices increase during the school summer holiday
In recent years, Scotland's most popular ski resort has seen great snow conditions, better pistes and a new snowpark, but is the Cairngorm Mountain Resort a genuine alternative to the Alps?
As hosts of both the World Cup and the Olympics, Brazil is in the spotlight. But what do its people think about their country's transformation?
Fed up with trawling through booking sites to find a deal? New service Bidroom turns the current system on its head by inviting hotels to compete to offer the best deals to potential guests
The French palace has confirmed that the pair will not be sealing their union in the rooms where Marie Antoinette once roamed, thus depriving them – and us – of a very special moment
New research shows that the best time to book a summer flight is as late as five weeks before your holiday, contrary to travel industry experts who advise travellers book as early as possible
We like to grumble, but when it comes to museums, we've got it pretty good in the UK, with free entry to many major museums.
The Canary island that tourism forgot, Greece and Portugal set to be this year's star destinations and Cotswolds villages
In the weeks I’ve been living in Montepulciano, I often breeze past the Enrico Crociani menswear shop, wave to the distinguished-looking man perched at his elegantly presented counter, and think, “Yes, tomorrow I will go in and have a look.”
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.
No doubt we'll feel warmer.
If you are looking for the calmest, driest and coldest place on Earth your search could be over.
When you head for Sussex and the South Downs for a weekend, you don’t expect to find a small hotel that ticks all the boxes.
Imagine: you could drive! OK, or fly. Either way, it's close, it's easy, and it's more than lovely. Four spots to satisfy your family's summer holiday needs.
Urban Exploration is a 'thing' we had no idea about - mostly illegal, often unsafe, and endlessly fascinating.
Leaving New York, my home where I’m usually spirited during autumn, has me somehow relieved to be vacating the premises, feeling it’s a city on the verge of change. Or perhaps it is I who am changing.
Exclusive: Britons likely to be worst hit by demands for more rigorous border controls in wake of Paris attacks
Metropolitan police urge everyone not among 100,000 who paid for reservation to stay at home and watch on TV
The dark nights are lingering on, and warm weather is only a distant memory. Fortunately, a life in the sun is only a flight away.
Breckenridge wraps you in its powdery arms without even knowing your name. It makes you feel happy and a little dizzy, and knows you’ll treat it well. And sure enough, you start smiling at strangers, and stop to redeposit the coffee cup that blew out of the garbage.
This is it. It is meltdown friday. The jet lag and two full days finally catch up. We go out for a late breakfast, return and promptly fall asleep. One or two even sit outside by the cement pond overlooking the lake and scan the surface for alligators. The weather is definitely on the turn though still pretty cold.
It is going to be cold. The winds are coming down the eastern seaboard of America straight from the Arctic and the Twin Duels start at 7:00pm going through till midnight. It will not be pleasant.