Overseas weddings on the rise as more couples opt to get married abroad

The number of couples getting married abroad rose by 14% in the past year, a travel firm has reported.

Table Mountain and colourful houses.

Travel: An enthralling African adventure that will live long in the memory

The first film I saw in cinemascope as a young boy was called Shaka.

Art Noveau Stairs in the Stadtpark.

Travel: Vienna - the cool capital suited for all ages, budgets and varied tastes

It is a burgeoning city with sights-a-plenty, slick public transport and a culture and music scene that’s surely among the world’s best.

Long Ashes Park.

Travel: Enjoy living a life of luxury - just for the weekend - in Yorkshire Dales

The sun rose slowly over the North Yorkshire moors as we looked out of the windows of our luxury lodge.
Passport applications will cost more in the post than online for the first time under Government proposals.

Passport fees hike set to make postal applications more expensive than online

Passport applications will cost more in the post than online for the first time under Government proposals.

Holidaymakers are being offered the chance to reserve sunbeds without the daily dash to put a towel down

Bid to end sunbed race for holidaymakers

Holidaymakers are being offered the chance to reserve sunbeds without the daily dash to put a towel down.

Travel: Low Wood Bay Resort and Spa, Ambleside

Travel: Low Wood Bay Resort and Spa, Ambleside

How on earth do you choose a hotel in the Lake District?

Monastir Beach, in the Sahel area.

Travel: Tunisia is back on the tourist map and well worth a visit during 2018

Tunisian tourist chiefs breathed a collective sigh of relief when one of Britain’s favourite holiday resorts was taken off the “Don’t Go” list late last year.

The stylish Absalon Hotel on Helgolandsgade, Vesterbro.

Travel: Keep on running in stylish and cosmopolitan Danish capital

A large chunk of our great continent which has eluded me until now is Scandanavia, so when I took the plunge and decided to visit Copenhagen, in a country thought to be one of the happiest in the world, I couldn’t wait to get there.
Les Charmettes.

Travel: Park yourself in the Charente for a family-friendly French getaway

For years, the UK’s love affair with France has been conducted largely in three distinct, and very different, locations – Brittany, the Riviera and the Alps.

Ryanair customers will still be free to bring two free carry-on bags

Larger hand luggage heads for Ryanair hold - unless you've got priority boarding

Ryanair is introducing new baggage rules from Monday.

The green bridge over the A556 in Cheshire

Plan to use striking views by major roads to stimulate tired drivers

Major roads will be designed to offer drivers panoramic views to reduce the number of crashes caused by fatigue, Highways England has said.

Calm the nerves with a pre-flight pint?

That pre-flight pint at the airport might be a thing of the past

You know the feeling...
The Travel Show 2018

The Travel and Leisure Show is back for 2018

If you are planning to get away for a fabulous holiday, then you will certainly find inspiration at The Travel and Leisure Show 2018, organised by The Lancashire Post and The Gazette, in association with Blue Air.

Nearly one in six people in the UK have a fear of flying

Airline offers fare refund if it fails to help passengers afraid of flying

An airline has pledged to cure passengers who are afraid of flying or refund their air fare.

It said there has been a six-fold rise in the number of claims made

Warning as research shows 19% approached about making holiday sickness claim

One in five Britons (19%) has been approached about making a compensation claim for holiday sickness, according to new research.
The Aquila lodge at Eagle Brae, in Struy, Scotland

The splendour of a Highlands hideaway

There’s no chance of cabin fever during an idyllic retreat that takes self-catering to a new level.

Camel trekking is a feature of Sidi Kaouk beach.

Travel: Sample fine food and architecture in this charming African gateway

It’s not just in the geographical sense that Morocco is the gateway to Africa.

Tango dancers in Buenos Aires

These 7 holiday destinations should be on your wishlist for 2018

A new year promises fresh horizons, so start planning your travel calendar now, says Sarah Marshall.

UK tourists will have 14% more travel cash in the Dominican Republic

Cheap sunshine deals available after recovery in Sterling

Holidaymakers booking a new year winter sun trip could grab a bargain due to the strengthening of the pound, according to new research.

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