If you love the great outdoors and want a varied, stunningly beautiful destination where you can try all sorts of different activities, Western Canada should be top of your list.
These are frustrating times for travellers. Thousands have had their travel plans dashed, and the airlines are struggling to keep up with customer complaints...
It may be a sign of our times that over 20,000 people a month (20,870 to be exact) search Google for a “spiritual awakening.”
Luxembourg, the EU's most prosperous country, is to offer free transport for all in March 2020. There's never been a better time to visit this tiny city and explore its wealth of culture, history and nature.
Bulgaria's historic town of Bansko and ski resort has modern hotels and ski shops on the edge of a plain amid the mountains with a gondola connecting with surprisingly craggy peaks.
Borovets mountain resort dates some 120 years. Today, it’s a mix of modern Alpine architecture and charmingly unkempt bars, shops and restaurants
Innsbruck in Austria is the capital of the Tirol, and ski town with easy access to a number of ski resorts in the mountains.
Take a day trip to York and enjoy its Gothic architecture, medieval history, charming cobbled streets, entertaining museums and world-renowned chocolate.
It’s happening; the UK is leaving the EU on January 31 2020. So pay attention to the status of your passport.
Whistler in Canada is famed for its skiing Yet there is so much more to do, which is good news if your partner loves skiing and you don't.