Home World Page 116


Travel news, articles, reports, guides and reviews from around the world.

Montreal cityscape by night seen from the river

Lachine Rapids and Walking Tours in Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Jet Boating the Lachine Rapids in Montreal I've worn more fetching outfits than this, that's for sure: a purple plastic jumpsuit over a thick ex-army...
Tiara Yaktsa: pool

Hotel Review: Tiara Yaktsa, Théoule-sur-Mer, France

Is Tiara Yaktsa the most romantic hotel in Europe? Sharron Livingston went to find out.
Iceland Northern Lights

In search of the Northern Lights in Iceland and Scotland

Anna Ridley explains what are the Northern Lights and goes to Iceland and Scotland in the hope of catching a glimpse of the Aurora Borealis.
Avoriaz France

Morzine: A ski resort that suits both beginners and advanced skiers

Two skiers, a beginner and an expert, try out Morzine, a ski resort tucked between Mont Blanc and Lake Geneva.
British Airways tails

UK Air Passenger Duty soars from 1st April 2012

UK Budget 2012: Flights to and from the UK will now cost 8 per cent more due to Air Passenger Duty.
Nicosia, Cyprus

Top Cyprus towns: Ayia Napa, Limassol, Paphos, Nicosia

There is more to Cyprus than just sunshine, jasmine-scented air, shimmering seas and superb beaches, says Sharron Livingston.
Old Port, Bizerte, Tunisia

Bizerte, Tunisia – get there before the crowds

Tunisia's northernmost town is full of intriguing historical twists and turns but it remains largely unblemished by mass tourism.
Michelin Must Sees Brussels

Michelin Must Sees Brussels

Must Sees Brussels highlights the best of this diverse city for a 24-hour visit, a weekend or longer. Visit Belgium’s other Michelin three-star cities to enjoy Antwerp’s Old Center, Bruges’ canals and Ghent’s medieval houses.
feet in bed

Women twice more likely to two-time as men on Valentine’s Day

The findings of a poll have shown that women are two times as likely to have an affair as men on Valentine's Day.
Seoul, South Korea

Travel Guide to Seoul, South Korea

Seoul, the capital of South Korea, is a mix of skyscrapers and shanty towns, narrow alleyways and major shopping thoroughfares with bars and markets that stay open for 24 hours.

Sign up to The Travel Magazine's FREE Newsletter and get the latest news, articles, guides, promotions and competitions.