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Staycation travel: Embrace Britain’s natural beauty in a cosy log cabin retreat

Desperate to get away from it all, but don’t fancy a night in a flimsy yurt? A short stay in a (not so) rustic...

Foodie river cruises: Voyages to tickle your taste buds along Europe’s waterways

Food and cruising go together like oysters and champagne. So it’s no surprise that many cruise lines offer taste-bud tingling itineraries along Europe’s waterways. It’s...

Hobby cruises: The best special-interest sailings, from nudism to yoga

When you want to spice up your cruising experience, why not take a hobby cruise? Music-lovers can throw themselves into rock cruises or classical forays;...

Wiltshire hotels: A review of The Bradley Hare

Great British boltholes: The pub with rooms near one of England’s greatest landscaped gardens that feels bloomin’ perfect... CLICK HERE TO GET THE LUXURY CUSTOMER...

Bargain holidays: The best getaway deals to be had as we say goodbye to the red list

This week’s announcement that almost every country in the world — barring seven — is being removed from the red list is the best...

Unmissable winter adventures from Icelandic ice caves to the ‘world’s polar bear capital’

Winter holidays to cold places do not have to be all about skiing or snowboarding if you know where to go for an icy...

Staycation travel: Bopping along to tribute bands with fans at Cheshire’s Alvaston Hall Hotel

Can you have too much of a good thing? If you had asked the balding, greying, young-at-heart punters at the tribute bands festival at...

Why Gran Canaria is perfect for a winter holiday?

Name’s got nothing whatever to do with birds,’ says the only other Englishman at the Grand Hotel Residencia, Maspalomas. He is clearly an authority...

Time Out’s 49 coolest neighbourhoods in the world for 2021 revealed – from Copenhagen to Scotland

The coolest neighbourhoods in the world have been named by the influential Time Out guide, and Norrebro in Copenhagen has claimed the top spot. Coming...

New rules for ski holidays: Masks, Covid ‘safety angels’ and no dancing on tables

The travel industry took a massive hit during the pandemic — but spare a special thought for ski companies. Sadly, some of them are no...

Inside Crystal Endeavor – the cruise ship that takes passengers to remote spots cocooned in luxury

Expedition cruises are all the rage as they have the things travelers want these days: fewer crowds and off-the-beaten-track adventure. These odysseys are made on...

Top hikes in the UK: Amazing walks from Scotland to the South West Coast Path

The slower you travel, the more you see. And there’s no slower way of traveling than walking. Most of us, with stops for tea,...

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Staycation travel: Discovering the sedate pace and simple pleasures of Rutland on an ebike

Most people will pause when trying to find Rutland on a map. This rural idyll – England’s smallest and least populous county – is...

50 best holiday gifts to shop at Free People in 2021

NY Post may receive revenue from affiliate and advertising partnerships for sharing this content and/or when you make a purchase. For the holidays, gifting something on-trend...

Despite the bad rap, NFTs can be a force for good – Cointelegraph Magazine

Crypto is like a double-edged sword, one good piece of news is followed by ten bad reactions. It’s like being the parent of...

Dad’s Army vicar Frank Williams talks about his travel adventures and the places he’d love to visit

Dad's Army vicar Frank Williams talks about his travel adventures and the...