• The bizarre competition in Japan that sees exquisite mini gardens built on the back of TRUCKS By Mail Online   -   Mar 30, 2020

    THE BIZARRE COMPETITION IN JAPAN THAT SEES EXQUISITE MINI GARDENS BUILT ON THE BACK OF TRUCKS

    Every year green-fingered landscaping fanatics take part in the Kei Truck Garden Contest, which sees them build gardens on the back...

    Garden
  • Remarkable photographs show fields of cabbages that resemble facehugger alien spawning grounds By Mail Online   -   Mar 30, 2020

    REMARKABLE PHOTOGRAPHS SHOW FIELDS OF CABBAGES THAT RESEMBLE FACEHUGGER ALIEN SPAWNING GROUNDS

    Anyone who still has nightmares after watching the Alien sci-fi horror movies may experience a shudder when they see these images.

    Watch, Watches
  • Coffee table book Beautified China showcases China's revolutionary modern architecture By Mail Online   -   Mar 30, 2020

    COFFEE TABLE BOOK BEAUTIFIED CHINA SHOWCASES CHINA'S REVOLUTIONARY MODERN ARCHITECTURE

    The book - Beautified China - with photography by Belgian Kris Provoost, is a compendium of gorgeous photographs of skyscrapers that...

  • Heathrow Airport set to be 'repurposed' as part of the wartime effort against coronavirus By Mail Online   -   Mar 30, 2020

    HEATHROW AIRPORT SET TO BE 'REPURPOSED' AS PART OF THE WARTIME EFFORT AGAINST CORONAVIRUS

    Britain's biggest airport will overhaul its operations this week to prioritise cargo flights carrying vital products. Half of Britain's...

    London
  • EasyJet grounds its entire fleet of 330 planes due to coronavirus pandemic  By Mail Online   -   Mar 30, 2020

    EASYJET GROUNDS ITS ENTIRE FLEET OF 330 PLANES DUE TO CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC 

    The Luton-based company has worked with union Unite to agree two-month furlough arrangements for cabin crew which means that crew will...

  • The great rail trips you can take at home amid the coronavirus covid-19 outbreak By Mail Online   -   Mar 29, 2020

    THE GREAT RAIL TRIPS YOU CAN TAKE AT HOME AMID THE CORONAVIRUS COVID-19 OUTBREAK

    Every week Neil Simpson takes an in-depth look at an important holiday topic, doing all the legwork so you don't have to. This week...

    Home, Trip, Rail, Holiday, Look
  • Exclusive for Mail on Sunday readers: See Holland's tulips next spring with TV's Adam Frost By Mail Online   -   Mar 29, 2020

    EXCLUSIVE FOR MAIL ON SUNDAY READERS: SEE HOLLAND'S TULIPS NEXT SPRING WITH TV'S ADAM FROST

    On this unique five-day cruise you'll get to see Holland's famous bulb fields in the company of the popular landscape designer and...

    Design, Garden, Cruise
  • Be dazzled by Italy and discover hidden Paris - how to explore amid coronavirus crisis By Mail Online   -   Mar 29, 2020

    BE DAZZLED BY ITALY AND DISCOVER HIDDEN PARIS - HOW TO EXPLORE AMID CORONAVIRUS CRISIS

    From podcasts to puzzles, The Mail on Sunday's Neil Simpson provides ideas on how to satisfy your wanderlust during pandemic lockdown.

    Paris, Italy
  • Croyde farmhouse on the market for £1.7million By Mail Online   -   Mar 29, 2020

    CROYDE FARMHOUSE ON THE MARKET FOR £1.7MILLION

    A Grade II listed farm house, its three outbuildings and nine acres of land have been placed onto the market for the first time since...

  • The best cottages in the UK for summer 2020, from the Peak District to Cornwall By Mail Online   -   Mar 29, 2020

    THE BEST COTTAGES IN THE UK FOR SUMMER 2020, FROM THE PEAK DISTRICT TO CORNWALL

    Whether you're looking for a romantic retreat or somewhere for a hassle-free family holiday, a cottage break is the perfect getaway....

    Family, Retreat, Getaways, Holiday, Look
  • Satellite images show massive reductions in air pollution over European cities By Mail Online   -   Mar 28, 2020

    SATELLITE IMAGES SHOW MASSIVE REDUCTIONS IN AIR POLLUTION OVER EUROPEAN CITIES

    New data captured by the ESA Copernicus Sentinel-5P satellite shows a strong reduction in nitrogen dioxide concentrations over major...

    City
  • MasterChef presenter Gregg Wallace recalls his travel adventures By Mail Online   -   Mar 28, 2020

    MASTERCHEF PRESENTER GREGG WALLACE RECALLS HIS TRAVEL ADVENTURES

    The TV personality talks about his most memorable meal in Portofino, why he never travels without Colman's English Mustard - and more...

    Traveling, Travel, Adventure
  • Holiday problems unpacked: Refunds, vouchers and booking ahead  By Mail Online   -   Mar 28, 2020

    HOLIDAY PROBLEMS UNPACKED: REFUNDS, VOUCHERS AND BOOKING AHEAD 

    We've had a record number of enquiries from readers this week - hardly surprising given how coronavirus has turned the travel world...

    Holiday, Travel, Traveling
  • Comedian Griff Rhys Jones on his journey aboard The Canadian train from Toronto to Vancouver By Mail Online   -   Mar 28, 2020

    COMEDIAN GRIFF RHYS JONES ON HIS JOURNEY ABOARD THE CANADIAN TRAIN FROM TORONTO TO VANCOUVER

    Comedian Griff Rhys Jones boarded The Canadian, which travels from Toronto to Vancouver - a distance of nearly 3,000 miles. He said...

    Vancouver, People, Toronto, Travel, Traveling
  • The travel companies doing their bit to lift our spirits amid coronavirus outbreak By Mail Online   -   Mar 27, 2020

    THE TRAVEL COMPANIES DOING THEIR BIT TO LIFT OUR SPIRITS AMID CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK

    Hoteliers, tour operators and transport firms are making great efforts to help Britons stranded abroad or needing help at home. Others...

    Travel, Home, Traveling, Food, Tour Operators, Tour
  • Following in the footsteps of William Wordsworth in the Lake District By Mail Online   -   Mar 27, 2020

    FOLLOWING IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF WILLIAM WORDSWORTH IN THE LAKE DISTRICT

    Poet William Wordsworth spent much of his youth around the Lakes, gaining inspiration from the fells and valleys. The Daily Mail's...

  • The South African wine estate that unleashes 1,600 DUCKS into its vineyards to keep them pest-free By Mail Online   -   Mar 27, 2020

    THE SOUTH AFRICAN WINE ESTATE THAT UNLEASHES 1,600 DUCKS INTO ITS VINEYARDS TO KEEP THEM PEST-FREE

    Vergenoegd Löw The Wine Estate in South Africa unleashes 1,600 Indian runner ducks into its vineyards to keep them free from pests.

    Wine, Africa
  • The shortlisted images of animals and landscapes in Agora nature photography contest Wild2020 By Mail Online   -   Mar 27, 2020

    THE SHORTLISTED IMAGES OF ANIMALS AND LANDSCAPES IN AGORA NATURE PHOTOGRAPHY CONTEST WILD2020

    The snaps all made the top 50 in a contest called Wild2020, run by photo app Agora, which asked photographers around the world to capture...

  • Lonely Planet reveals the world's most sublime aquatic features in new book The Joy of Water By Mail Online   -   Mar 26, 2020

    LONELY PLANET REVEALS THE WORLD'S MOST SUBLIME AQUATIC FEATURES IN NEW BOOK THE JOY OF WATER

    Lonely Planet's The Joy Of Water is a celebration of jaw-dropping aquatic attractions. Here are a few of the locations in the book,...

    Celebration, Celebrity
  • The bizarre CIA 'fake scrotum' designed to conceal an escape radio By Mail Online   -   Mar 26, 2020

    THE BIZARRE CIA 'FAKE SCROTUM' DESIGNED TO CONCEAL AN ESCAPE RADIO

    WARNING: GRAPHIC IMAGES. The device was designed by the former chief of disguise at the CIA in the late 1960s. It is now on show at...

    Museum, International, Design