Finland named as the world’s happiest country for the third time

Finland has been awarded the annual 2020 United Nations World Happiness Report's accolade of being world’s happiest country
Cala Macarella, Balearics

Q&A: Is it safe to travel to the Balearic Islands: Ibiza, Menorca, Mallorca – UPDATE

UPDATE: 14 March 2020 Jet2.com have cancelled all flights to mainland Spain, the Canary Islands and the Balearic Islands. ---- The Spanish holiday islands are a...
Gurgl

Ski guide: Obergurgl & Hochgurgl, Austria

There's plenty to keep you entertained on and off the slopes in Obergurgl and nearby Hochgurgl, perched high up in the Austrian Tyrol.
St Moritz Gourmet Festival

St. Moritz Gourmet Festival, Switzerland

There’s no better way to get in the mood for the festival than sipping champagne in SWISS business class on the flight to Zurich....

Flybe airline has collapsed. What is happening to Flybe’s flight routes? What are your rights?

It was a sad day for UK regional travel when Flybe entered Administration on 5 March 2020. The already beleaguered airline blamed the Coronavirus...

Luxembourg becomes the first country to offer free public transport for everyone

Buying a ticket to ride on Luxembourg's buses, trams and trains are now free to ride on. is now a thing of the past.  

Travel Guide: 48 hours in Luxembourg – The Grand Duchy

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.

Hotel Review: Grand Hotel des Bains Kempinski St. Moritz, Switzerland

Just minutes from the St. Moritz Lake, the five-star Grand Hotel des Bains Kempinski offers stylish luxury in a breath-taking mountain setting.

Horse racing on snow – White Turf racing festival, St. Moritz, Switzerland

Every February, a frozen lake in St Moritz become the world’s only racecourse on snow, attended by 30,000 fur-clad spectators.
Venice Carnival closes early due reduce the spread of coronavirus

Italy’s Venice Carnival closes early to contain the spread of coronavirus

Italian officials have cut short the Venice Carnival as they try to control what is the worst outbreak to date of the coronavirus in Europe.

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