This week the Holiday Guru answers reader questions about Schengen Area visas and ferry refunds
The Holiday Guru is always on hand to answer your questions. And with the pandemic causing mass confusion among travellers, the Guru's advice has never been more sought-after.
8 minutes ago - Mail Online
The holiday destinations Britons most want to visit this summer, and it's SPAIN that's No1
Following the PM revealing his roadmap out of lockdown for England, Skyscanner delved into its databanks and kept tabs on booking and search volumes by Britons for summer 2021...
48 minutes ago - Mail Online
Focus: Dubai holiday - a 5-day plan
Dubai is an incredible city with such a lot of money invested in it that tourists here bring their most challenging, at times insane, but cutting-edge wishes and projects to...
1 day ago - Breaking Travel News
Priti Patel: 'Far too early' to book a summer holiday abroad
Priti Patel today warned British holidaymakers it is 'far too early' for them to book a summer break abroad this year.
1 day ago - Mail Online
Covid UK: Airlines offer prices at a fifth of 2019 levels as 17 May in sight
Demand for foreign holidays has surged after Boris Johnson said there was 'every chance' breaks abroad can go ahead this summer, with the current plan to allow them again from...
1 day ago - Mail Online - 2 articles
Greece in talks with UK to allow holidays with vaccine passports
Greek tourism minister says he hopes to ‘dovetail' with Boris Johnson's roadmap out of lockdown Coronavirus - latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage Greece is in...
1 day ago - The Guardian - 2 articles
News: easyJet offers more trips as demand rises
EasyJet has put more flights and holidays for 2022 on sale earlier than ever before to provide more choice for customers as the UK looks to reopen following Covid-19.
2 days ago - Breaking Travel News - 2 articles
News: Jet2holidays reports surge in demand for summer holidays
Jet2holidays has claimed a 1,000 per cent increase in bookings following news on the lifting of lockdown restrictions from the British prime minister.
2 days ago - Breaking Travel News - 2 articles
Britons rush to book holidays amid plans to end lockdown
TUI, the U.K.'s largest tour operator said bookings increased six-fold on Monday, the company's busiest day in more than a month.
2 days ago - Travel Weekly
Britain's economy will lose £18 BILLION if international travel curbs remain until the summer
The bosses of some of Britain's biggest airlines and package holiday firms urged Mr Johnson to have a 'can-do' attitude to reopening travel or face tens of thousands more jobs...
4 days ago - Mail Online
The headlines of Very International People
Elephant kills zookeeper with blow from trunk in Spain
Authorities in Spain's northern Cantabria region are investigating how an elephant killed a worker at a local zoo
Qantas to resume international travel by October 31 to Los Angeles, London...
Qantas CEO Alan Joyce said travel would resume to 22 of the 25 destinations, including Los Angeles, London, Singapore and Johannesburg.
9 photos that will make you want to visit the Cook Islands
Dreaming of a big trip? As well as beaches, you can do watersports, go hiking and attend festivals in the Cook Islands in the South Pacific
The future of luxury tourism in Africa is sustainable
Tourism industry players agree that if Covid-19 has had any positive effects, it is that the pandemic will pave the way for true sustainability and conservation.
There's nowhere better to start a post-lockdown party than the home of champagne
Whether you want to focus on the fizz or add a side serving of history, we have the lowdown on how to make the most of Reims and Épernay, the champagne 'capitals', and their...
Climate change has weakened the Gulf Stream System 'close to tipping point'
Known formally as the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation , it is the driving force which brings warm water from the Gulf of Mexico up to the UK.
Marriott leaders positioned to build on Sorenson legacy
Taking the reins early in the pandemic recovery period, CEO Anthony Capuano faces a bumpy road ahead. Navigating the comeback with him is Stephanie Linnartz, who has...
How the vaccine will change our lives
Australia's vaccination program is finally under way with thousands of people getting the jab in the first week.
News: VisitBritain to offer Safe Travels badge to partners
Businesses in the UK registered to the ‘We're Good To Go' scheme can now be automatically issued with the international ‘Safe Travels' stamp from the World Travel & Tourism...
What Kind of Plane Am I Flying On?
After engine debris from a Boeing 777-200 rained down on a Denver suburb, some fliers may want to know more about plane safety and maintenance. Here are some answers.