Travel review: Andalucia

Looking to escape the grey skies of winter? In Andalucia, Alex Wood found idyllic walking country and historic cities.


Travel review: Antigua

Size isn’t everything when it comes to Caribbean islands. Tony Gardner explores the small, but beautiful Antigua.

Snow dunes in the artic desert, Svalbard. PIC: PA

Travel review: Winter tourism in Svalbard

Sleeping in ice caves and zooming on snow mobiles across Arctic desert, Sarah Marshall scopes out winter tourism in Svalbard.


Travel review: City of Bridges and the Dolomites

Just five days to see Venice and the surrounding sights? Easy, says Adam de Jacot after a whistlestop tour of the City of Bridges and the Dolomites.

This week’s planned roadworks for Yorkshire

This week’s planned roadworks for Yorkshire

The following roadworks are scheduled to take place in Yorkshire over the next week:-

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Leeds is a top city for a trip away, figures reveal

A Leeds hotel chief has put a surge in visitor numbers down to the fantastic events the region has hosted in the last year.

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One of the attractions of Osborne House for Queen Victoria was that her children could bathe in the sea from her private beach.

Travel review: Queen Victoria’s Isle of Wight retreat

With Victoria proving a ratings winner for ITV, Stephen McClarence takes a trip to her Isle of Wight retreat.

Hole 17 on the Assoufid course.

Travel review: With fabulous golf course, Morocco has the sport off to a tee

Marrakech might be best known for its souks, but the golf courses are pretty good too says Chris Stratford.


Travel review: Ethiopia - land of lost Ark

Could a country once ripped apart by famine now be Africa’s most exciting holiday destination? Sarah Marshall visits Ethiopia.

Huntington City Beach facing North.

Travel review: Following in celebrity waves on Huntington Beach

From breezing down the red carpet to riding waves, Lisa Haynes checks out Huntington Beach, the surfers’ hangout where Hollywood celebrities head to wind down.

Cycling's golden couple Laura trott and Jason Kenny would trade honours for greater investment in cycling.

Andrew Vine: Honour our golden Olympians – by building more cycle lanes

GETTING Britain on its bikes was a Conservative manifesto commitment at last year’s general election, but it’s fallen as flat as a punctured inner tube.

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HOME FROM HOME: Lindeth Howe, once owned by Beatrix Potter and now a country house hotel.

Travel review: Exploring Beatrix Potter country

On the 150th anniversary of her birth, Julie Marshall heads to the Lakes to go exploring in Beatrix Potter country.

One of the many light shows during the spectacular performance, Kynren. Picture: Ian Day

Travel: Want to see 2,000 years replayed in 90 minutes? Head to the North East

Want to see 2,000 years replayed in 90 minutes? Head to the North East this summer says Jane Day. Main pictures by Ian Day.

A new  survey has revealed what Brits love about the countryside - and it might not be what youre expecting.

Ranked: What’s driving Brits to the countryside?

A NEW survey has revealed what Brits love about the countryside - and it might not be what you’re expecting.

The view from Vallisaari Island in the Helsinki archipelago. PIC: PA

Travel review: Helsinki

A new city sauna and campsite suspended between trees could make Helsinki the best outdoorsy capital in Europe. Sarah Marshall combines concrete and countryside on a weekend break.

Pulitzer hotel, Amsterdam. PIC: PA

Travel review: Amsterdam’s Pulitzer hotel

Amsterdam’s Pulitzer hotel has flung open its canal-side doors after a grand renovation. Sarah Marshall enjoys a lost weekend.


Travel review: Kefalonia

Want to explore a Greek island, but without the British bars and full English breakfasts? Try Kefalonia says Susan Stephenson.

A beach in Capdepera.

Travel review: Heaven and hell in Mallorca

Miles from the stag and hen parties of Magaluf, Rachael Burnett finds Mallorca is turning over a sophisticated leaf with the opening of Park Hyatt’s first European resort.

The Wonder Lake, Denali National Park, Alaska.

Travel review: Alaska - America’s last true wilderness

America is celebrating 100 years of its National Park Service. Sarah Marshall visits Alaska, arguably the country’s last true wilderness.


Yorkshire woman tells of Italy earthquake horror as at least 247 are killed

A YORKSHIRE woman has spoken of her horror after being caught up in the Italian earthquake which killed at least 247 people.

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