If you want to enjoy the luck of the Irish, Dublin is the place to go. Here's our top ten must see/do suggestions.
Rupert Parker travels the length of Alabama, a state slightly larger than England. He hears music in Muscle Shoals, in the north, learns about civil rights in the middle and takes part in Mardi Gras in the south.
Low-cost carrier, Norweigan, has confirmed 10 new transatlantic routes, linking the UK and Ireland with the USA from just £69/€69.
If you thought Cajuns were only in Louisiana, then think again. The Acadians originally came from Atlantic Canada and Rupert Parker visits a community in New Brunswick which is still going strong.
Tunis is recognisably Mediterranean in character, yet bound together by an Islamic thread and North African climate that hold a seductive charm and mysticism.
Andy Mossack rediscovers the glamour of train travel and shows that Interrailing is not just for gap year students.
Venice is, without doubt, the world’s most romantic city, and if you’re treating your beloved to a long weekend, take them to The Gritti Palace.
Unless you are part of the glitterati you are unlikely to have any access to Cannes Film Festival. But there is lots more to see and do in Cannes.
Premier Inn, a budget hotel group, is launching an even more budget brand where guests control everything from their own mobile phone.
Barack Obama will head to Palm Springs in California following the inauguration of Donald Trump to enjoy “warmer weather” and play golf.