Each year Dr Charles Platkin, executive director of the Hunter College NYC Food Policy Center, analyses the snacks and meals on offer by 11 US and Canadian carriers.
The spider has been found living in household furniture in central Mexico and has been given the proper name Loxosceles tenochtitlan.
The new food has a focus on provenance and BA says the provider, Newrest, has been 'working closely with suppliers in the south of England to source the best quality ingredients'.
The airline will operate two flights a week from London Gatwick to the beach resort of Enfidha, starting on May 2, 2020. UK airlines stopped flying to Tunisia in 2015 following Foreign Office adv...
Scientists made a startling discovery off the coast of California while surveying North America's largest poskcmark. They found another 15,000 smaller craters and 30% were created by garbage.
The 25 stunning pictures, snapped around the world, are all in the running to scoop the Lumix People's Choice Award in the Natural History Museum's Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition.
Incredible new coffee table photo book West: The American Cowboy features awe-inspiring landscapes and portraits from cowboy country that smash through Hollywood stereotypes.
The Highland Council hopes the money can be used to pay for public facilities so visitors aren't left with a 'negative impression' of the popular destination, which includes Loch Ness.
A newly-discovered shipwreck in Fiscardo, Greece that dates as far back as the first century BC contains 6,000 remarkably well-preserved Roman pots used to carry food and wine.
Of the 300 or so chateaux along a Unesco-listed, 174-mile stretch of the Loire Valley, two hours south of Paris, Chateau de Chambord stands apart as the oldest, the largest and probably the stran...
We've penned a Christmas travel present guide with some unique gifts for the ultimate jetsetter that cost between £18 and £320.
Portmeirion is an enchanting Italianate village snuggled against a rocky headland in North Wales. It's the brainchild of architect Clough Williams-Ellis, who discovered the site in 1925.
Regent Seven Seas Explorer is a cruise ship so magnificent that it was dubbed 'the most luxurious ever built', writes Louise Robinson. She embarked on a 12-night voyage from Cape Town to Rio.
The tennis star talks about why he loves visiting Melbourne, reveals that escape rooms are his favourite holiday activity - and more...
World-class art museums, a cafe culture like no other and more bicycles than people, there's certainly a lot going on in Amsterdam. But it can be pricey... so here's our euro-pinching guide.
Padstow Harbour Hotel (previously The Metropole) offers some of the most commanding seaside views in the country, says The Inspector. He gave the hotel a rating of four stars out of five.
What is it about hot tubs? Suddenly, they are regarded as, well, cool. Here, from South Devon to Sri Lanka, we have picked out some of the world's best hot tubs with a view...
Hurricane Maria was a 175mph Category 5 hurricane that devastated Puerto Rico in September 2017. The storm destroyed homes and businesses. James Gordon reports on a transformation.
The villa, called Strangeways, is located on the 15 acres of land the author bought in 1946 on Jamaica's north shore. It sits on top of a cliff and has views of the Caribbean Sea.
There's a sackful of environmentally friendly and charity-focused gifts on offer that won't cost the earth. Here Neil Simpson picks some of the best.
The cab-hailing app has been keeping track of the most-visited attractions by its drivers in 2019. In second place is the Freedom Tower in New York while Toronto's CN Tower comes third.
Ash belching out from Volcano Whakaari could trigger a downpour of rain, which in turn could cause unstable rock to be washed down the sides of the volcano in a landslide
Wildlife tourism can be a murky business and it is not always obvious whether the animals are looked after well or not. Lizzie Pook selects the most responsible animal sanctuaries to visit.
Beadnell Towers is a newly refurbished boutique hotel in a Grade II listed building located in the tiny coastal village of Beadnell. The Mail on Sunday's Tracey Davies paid a visit.
The Mail on Sunday's Lydia Bell embarked on an Arctic adventure in the archipelago of Svalbard. A highlight of her trip was a 50-mile snowmobile safari over the Isfjord.
Flashy speedboats, sunset cruises and leisurely kayaking - to see the best of Miami you need to get out on the water, says Nigel Tisdall.
Capa's annual Aviation Awards for Excellence were handed out in Malta last week and honour top airlines and airports around the world.
The Daily Mail's Richard Eden headed to Hillside Beach Club on the Turkish Riviera. It's a family-oriented hotel near Fethiye with 300 rooms and a view of the Aegean.
Easy Rider turned actors Peter Fonda and Dennis Hopper into the coolest superstars on the planet in 1969. Jeremy Taylor hops on a Harley and rides the road their characters took - the epic Route ...
BIANCA JAGGER and ASSISI JACKSON: It's a peaceful task and for today's children, growing up at a time when climate change is the greatest threat we face, it's empowering.
The fashion rental company announced a new service in which guests at four W Hotels can rent their vacation wardrobe when they check in.
The otters - known as the 'teddy bears of the ocean' - face a 5,000 mile journey over land and air to get from Alaska to the Birmingham where they will finally settle at the National Sea Life Cen...
The London Resort will be based on Swanscombe Peninsula, between Gravesend and Dartford, and will become home to attractions from films including The Godfather and Mission: Impossible.
The fliers, who all work for The Points Guy UK, boarded flights operated by British Airways, Virgin Atlantic, United Airlines, American Airlines and Norwegian - and filmed their experiences.
The 13th annual Post Office Travel Money ski resort report contains a table of best-value European resorts for British skiers.
Unveiled today, the seat, created by newly launched London-based Universal Movement, allows passengers to rotate and lean on a cushioned surface, thereby 'providing greater lateral support'.
MailOnline Travel's Ted Thornhill steps into the shoes of an A-lister on an odyssey to Los Angeles, courtesy of AA's Five Star Service. And discovers it's an astonishing experience.
Elm trees that had survived the fungal infection were found by The Future Trees Trust, which then planted their seeds in new locations in order to establish new populations.
She has been designed by Dutch firm Heesen, which was tasked by the ship's owner, an American sport fisherman, to create a new yacht to be the mothership of his sportfishing fleet.
Air New Zealand has begun trialling edible coffee cups with customers in the air and on the ground as it explores 'new and innovative ways to meet its sustainability challenges'.
The research has been carried out by visa application firm Official Esta, which analysed international tourist arrivals in cities around the world and compared them with population data.
A new research paper from 15 international scientists says the Arctic has warmed by 1.35°F in the last 10 years, almost as much as the whole of the Earth has warmed in the last 137 years.
The attraction at Walt Disney World Resort in Florida will see riders join the Resistance in a climactic battle with the First Order, which will include a face-off with Kylo Ren.
The Big Apple has slipped to 11th place in a ranking based on visitor arrivals in 2019 - the first time since 2013 that it has fallen out of the top 10. Hong Kong tops the most-visited list with ...
Data from the EU's climate change observation service shows last month was the joint hottest November on record and the sixth month in a row to approach or break a temperature record.
Researchers analysed 20 British cities taking into account factors such as the number of shops, how busy they are, the scale and rating of Christmas markets, parking options, and the chance of sn...
Staff members from Cruise Critic - the world's largest cruise reviews site - in the UK, the U.S and Australia have handed out gongs for the best cruises of 2019 across dozens of categories.
Commission chairman Sir Harry Studholme, who is backing the Mail's Be A Tree Angel Christmas campaign, said growing more trees in the UK is vital to curb climate change.
Hollywood producer Frank Mannion frequently visited the region during research for a documentary about the top tipple. Here he reveals where to drink, where to stay, and lots of intriguing histor...
The UK consumer champion asked more than 2,200 holidaymakers to rate their experiences using holiday comparison sites in categories such as user-friendliness, price and market coverage.
The Balearic government is said to be stepping up action against bad behaviour in Magaluf and Ibiza due to a fall in visitors following the collapse of tour operator Thomas Cook.
If The Crown has got you dreaming of living like royalty, help is at hand. MailOnline Travel has rounded up castles in the British Isles where you can spend the night, from Devon to Donegal.
Buildings and bridges were blanketed by a brown sky, as smoke moved across the harbour city on Monday afternoon.
After the Rugby World Cup, the spotlight on Japan continues next year with the Tokyo Olympics. Tourists keen to explore outside the stadiums should visit an onsen - a hot spring resort.
The Assembly House in Norwich is an imposing Georgian building built on the site of a 13th Century monastery. Lizzie Enfield checked in and was impressed by the vast canopied beds.
Treehouse London is located just off Regent Street and has only been open for a matter of days. The Inspector checked in and says it might just become one of London's sizzling hotspots.
The Typhoons were cleared to go supersonic in the early hours of Sunday to intercept an unresponsive Boeing 767 which was on its way from Tel Aviv to the USA after its radio broke.
You don't need to go to the ends of the earth to find paradise - just the end of Florida. Namely, to The Moorings Village resort in the Florida Keys... as MailOnline Travel's Ted Thornhill discov...
Raj Gill visited Las Vegas with the aim of eating his way around the city in 48 hours. To do this, he attended the city's UnCork'd festival, which celebrates some of the world's greatest chefs.
The creature was spotted washed up on the coast of the Isle of Harris between Luskentyre and Seilebost on Thursday. It is thought that the whale became disorientated in storms.
From New York's The Carlyle to Raffles in Singapore, these are the hotels that combine tradition with luxury in jaw-dropping fashion.
The Estonian capital is blissfully free of hordes of tourists, yet full of unusual attractions and buzzy, revived neighbourhoods. Here, Rob Crossan reveals how to see the city on a budget.
The Lib Dem leader talks about a disastrous Italian road trip, her favourite part of Scotland, if she's ever seen Nessie and if she would go on holiday with her political rivals...
We examine what carbon offsetting organisations across the world say they do - and compare results from their 'carbon calculators', where you work out how much to pay to offset emissions.
More than 3.5 million people are expected to pass through the gates of London's Winter Wonderland. Robert Hardman took his three children and recommends a trip on the big wheel.
Wilbur Smith took his first trip to Egypt after his first novel was accepted for publication in 1963. And even though much has changed in the intervening years, he says Egyptians remain welcoming...
The Holiday Guru is always on call to answer your questions. This week's topics also include visiting Carcassonne in France and tips on sharing a cabin with a snorer on a cruise.
MailOnline Travel's Sadie Whitelocks embarked on a whirlwind tour of Crete's vineyards with the Queen's wine and spirit merchant, Berry Bros. & Rudd.
A 60-year-old woman and 65-year-old man fell to their deaths while hiking Friday at Arches National Park in Moab, Utah. A 30-year-old man was airlifted to a hospital. His condition wasn't known.
The fascinating pictures were captured by film student Thomas Duke, who is a massive fan of the show, which chronicles the life of Queen Elizabeth II - this season played by Olivia Colman.
Courmayeur is a small Italian ski town at the foot of Mont Blanc in the Aosta Valley. The Daily Mail's Mark Palmer visited and says Courmayeur is to skiers what vinyl is to music lovers.
The Daily Mail's Nigel Tisdall headed to St Lucia thinking it would be all about reggae and steelpan. But he discovered you're more likely to hear Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton.
Mother-of-three Nereida Araujo, from Florida, was 38 weeks pregnant when she traveled on the American Airlines Flight 868 from Tampa to Pennsylvania for Thanksgiving.
Pictures of eye-popping floors from around the world are frequently shared on Instagram. Here we reveal why looking down and taking a picture could earn you social media kudos...
The irate commuter, who takes the same train to work daily, claims the fellow traveller saves a seat for her friend every day amid the morning rush hour. Fellow UK travellers have hit out at the ...
Researchers led from the University of Exeter report that the sounds attract twice as many fish to help clean up the reef and make room in which new corals can grow.
The shoreline of Lake Constance stretches for 170 miles. And on a visit you could stop off in Switzerland, Austria, Germany and Lichtenstein, as Kate Johnson discovered on her visit.
Roberto García Roa from the University of Valencia captured the winning image called 'Red Night', which shows a Malagasy tree boa perched in a tree, that he photographed while in Madagascar.
MailOnline Travel's Sadie Whitelocks explores the Buddhist kingdom known as the 'Switzerland of Asia'. She completes the Druk Path, an ancient trade route through dramatically jagged peaks.
Burning of the rainforest in southwestern Amazonia, could release aerosols such as black carbon which may speed up the melting of the Andean glaciers, finds Rio de Janeiro State University.
The photograph was taken by Jessica Meir from the window of the International Space Station and shows the Thames weaving a dark path through a web of bright white and yellow lights.
Social media, a lack of time and travel costs are preventing Britons from sharing 'real-life' connections with friends and family in their hometowns, a new survey has revealed.
Experts from the University of Exeter say Earth's climate has hit more than half of the tipping points identified a decade ago as points of no return for climate change.
Incredible drone footage has captured video of the largest ever gathering of sea turtles near Ostional Nacional Wildlife Refuge in Costa Rica as they prepare to lay their eggs on the beach.
The stunning images were all entered into the 10th Epson International Pano Awards. This year's competition received 4,913 entries from 1,258 photographers in 72 countries.
The pictures show some of the spots in Salem, Massachusetts, where the Disney movie was filmed, matched with scene stills from the flick, which tells the story of three witches resurrected on Hal...
A vintage 1964 Leyland Titan has been converted into a vibrant glamping spot that sleeps up to six people from £139 per night at Ceridwen Centre in Wales.
Entries were judged on originality and composition alongside the story behind the submission and its historical impact. The judging panel of experts included broadcaster and historian Dan Snow.
The Daily Mail's Wendy Driver falls in love with the small but perfectly formed Greek island of Meganisi, and drops anchor at nearby Skorpios, where Jackie Kennedy tied the knot over 50 years ago...
Vicki Reeve checked into Polurrian on the Lizard, which is set atop cliffs at Mullion on the Lizard peninsula. She praised its 'laidback attitude' and liked her dog-friendly sea-view room.
Holland's second-largest city, Rotterdam, is just a short hop on the Eurostar from the UK. It often gets overlooked but this gem is on the up and full of quirky modern architecture and Dutch hist...
Norwegian Encore, Norwegian Cruise Line's latest ship, is home to the longest race track at sea. But that's not all. There's also laser tag, a water park and classic cruise entertainment.
The seventh annual World Ski Awards was held at the five-star A-Rosa Kitzbühel hotel in Austria and voted for by industry experts and members of the public.
Air New Zealand has been named as the world's best airline for 2020. The accolade was bestowed upon it for a sixth time by the Airline Excellence Awards, run by AirlineRatings.com.
Think vegetarian or vegan food is worthy but dull? A new generation of super-chefs and restaurateurs are lining up to change your mind. Here's where to find the best healthy grub around the world...
In September we revealed the shortlist for a new competition called Priceless Cities Best New Bistro. Now it's time to feast your eyes on the five winners.
Before the storm, Tokyo residents were told to stay at home but before the winds got too fierce, Australian photographer Alex Knight grabbed his camera to document the unusually empty streets.
Lion Lodge, at Port Lympne Hotel and Reserve in Kent, gives guests the chance to sleep, cook and even take a bath while a pride of lions prowls next door.
Over 2,000 images have been submitted to the prestigious contest by photographers from 42 countries in six categories - exterior, interior, sense of place, buildings in use, mobile and portfolio.
Manhattan is famous for its lofty skyline. But a new photography exhibition at New York's Center for Architecture wants to put its shortest buildings in the spotlight - those that are just a sing...
They have been recognised by Ahead, the Awards for Hospitality Experience and Design, which handed out gongs in 18 categories at a ceremony in London earlier this week.
The amazing deal is being offered by Gilbert Ott, who lives between New York and London, founder of the flight tips site God Save The Points.
Struggling to pick a location for your 2020 holiday? Don't fret, because the experts at National Geographic Traveler have served up a big dollop of inspiration, from Wales to the U.S.
Tawny McVay, 34, and her husband Michael, 31, from Billings, Montana, previously had a family gym business, a three-story house and a nice car but sold them for a life on the road.
A study of waiting times for top restaurants across Europe has revealed that at more than half of those with two or three Michelin stars, securing a table only requires a phone call a couple of d...
The stunning snaps were taken recently by renowned British wildlife photographer Will Burrard-Lucas in several reserves across Kenya.
The luxury estate in Surrey dates back to the 16th century and borders Dunsfold Aerodrome. The airfield was used during the Second World War and has more recently been home to the hit BBC show.
Whether you like to fly and flop, kick back on a catamaran with a rum punch, or hike through a towering rainforest, the charismatic Caribbean offers it all, says Nigel Tisdall.
Do your holidays lack romance? Expert Sarah Siese recommends six destinations from around the world with the wow factor including a secluded Thai resort and a dreamy Irish manor.
The stunning pictures were snapped by Croatian biologist-turned-photographer Goran Šafarek, who has been exploring the rivers of his home country for the past 10 years.
Singapore Airlines is one of the most lauded carriers in the world, with more awards than you can shake a designer amenity kit at. But the scores from these experts are far from perfect...
Laurence Fox visited the Barberyn retreat in Beruwala, on Sri Lanka's west coast, to undergo a 'no-frills detox'. He met with an Ayurvedic doctor and enjoyed beach walks and restorative massages.
Cruising from Sydney to Papua New Guinea isn't easy, UK walking breaks are perfect for singletons and attending a Papal ceremony requires lots of planning, the holiday guru explains.
Nigel Colborn presents a varied selection of Britain's most inspiring spring gardens, with mazes, fragrant bluebell woods, impressive greenhouses and appetising tea rooms among the highlights.
Mannings in Truro has 30 rooms and nine apartments fronting a car park. The Inspector checked into an apartment which he found to be chilly and scented with the 'whiff of old shoes'.
Patrick Leigh Fermor, known to his friends as Paddy, was a British author and soldier during WWII. Here his biographer reveals how he fell in love with the Mani Peninsula in Southern Greece.
The Mail on Sunday's Neil Armstrong was treated like a king when he visited Langley Castle in Northumberland. The hotel is the North East England Hotel of the Year, a title it has won six times.
This stunning gallery of images includes a mix of incredible urban and rural landscapes found in Africa, taking you on a journey from Egypt to Madagascar and beyond.
The famous portrait artist was born in 1727 in Sudbury. Harry Mount went to visit the picture perfect town as well as some of the beautiful villages in surrounding rural Suffolk.
Zanzibar is not just exotic, it's rock'n'roll. Queen frontman Freddie Mercury was born here and visitors are prone to taking selfies outside his old home, now known as Mercury House.
Dan Richards has spent years seeking the farthest-flung outposts — beacons, shebangs, mountain expedition stations, tundra, forests, and oceans. Here he reveals his favourite peaceful destinati...
After a trip to Venice that didn't go so well, Charlotte Metcalf and her teenage daughter Deia decided to head for Malta to check out the island's sightseeing, shopping and restaurant scene.
Complex airline economics mean that on most planes, almost every passenger will have paid a different fare. Here are six ways to get a cheap seat, according to the Holiday Hero.
After a long panto season stage-weary Jonathan Wilkes swapped Stoke-on-Trent for the Caribbean sunshine. During two weeks with P&O cruises he sampled the best the islands have to offer.
It's part of the Camp Adventure Climbing Park, one hour south of Copenhagen on the island of Zealand, which at 18 acres is the largest woodland adventure park in Denmark.
They've been published in a new book called Ruin and Redemption in Architecture, which charts ruined spaces around the world and the designs that have totally transformed them.
Jasmine Kosach, 31, from Tasmania, lives with her husband Ben and seven young children in an off-grid shack after growing up with an appreciation for all things nature.
HBO has announced it's opening The Game of Thrones Studio Tour in Northern Ireland in Spring 2020. The tour will bring visitors face-to-face with original sets, costumes and props from the show.
Airbnb has teamed up with the Louvre to let one lucky competition winner and a guest see what happens inside the building once the lights go out.
The movies screened have been made exclusively for the experience, in collaboration with porn star Kim Holland. The cinema is located in Amsterdam's medieval centre.
Jet2.com takes home five prizes in total, with other winners including Qatar Airways and Emirates. Virgin Atlantic takes home two prizes - and EVA Air finishes very highly in the global ranking.
Fern Cottage in Port Isaac, Cornwall, doubles as the surgery in ITV drama Doc Martin. The two bedroom detached stone cottage with modern furnishings is available for holidaymakers to rent.
The Abu Dhabi-based airline will release the app, called the Jet Lag Adviser and developed by Panasonic and Detalytics, on a trial basis.
The 700ft building has more than 300 panes of glass, 1,400 seats and 11 gates and air bridges, and is the first completed phase of a £1billion transformation programme at Manchester Airport.
Here, we’ve done the digging to root out some of the most enticing time-sensitive hotel deals around the UK. If you're lucky you could pick up cash credits for meals, spa treatments and more.
The Farmhouse at Redcoats was transformed last summer into a hotel, pub, restaurant and party venue. The Inspector paid a visit and gave it a glowing review.
Seville is a place to immerse yourself in bygone cultures, from the Moroccan influences at the Alcazar palace and the Giralda Tower to the impromptu Flamenco dancing in the streets.
The Usk Valley is a golden spot on the Welsh side of the border with England. The Daily Mail's Clive Aslet checks into Gliffaes, an ultra-comfy country house hotel.
UFO Fest in McMinnville, Oregon, celebrates its 20th anniversary in May. It began after a local farmer photographed an alleged UFO outside the small town. More than 20,000 visitors are expected.
TV presenter Andrea Catherwood takes her family to Barbados for an unforgettable trip. They enjoy beach cricket, diving with turtles - and manage not to bump into Simon Cowell or the Rooneys.
Sicily makes you an offer you can't refuse with a cocktail of cheap vino, infernal heat, Penelope Cruz lookalikes and men in the skimpiest of trunks. Mark Palmer reports back on his travels.
Henry and Tom Herbert – TV’s Fabulous Baker Brothers – took their young families to the Algarve. Here they give their top tips on where to go to enjoy the most delicious food.
From the carmine bee-eater in Zambia to the spoonbill in Norfolk, the Daily Mail's Simon Barnes tells us the birds to spot and where you should flock to in order to catch a glimpse.
If you're suffering from Paris fatigue then try one of these rewarding places in the countryside just outside the city. They're all gems and can be reached inside 60 minutes by train.
This 350-year-old inn was a stopping-off point for the Household Cavalry in the 1840s - and it's now the perfect spot for a rejuvenating weekend getaway, writes Gordon Thomson.
There's a new way to get up close and personal with animals in Africa. It doesn’t involve bouncing around in the back of a Land Rover – it’s a cycling safari. Neil Simpson investigates...
You will be joined by Gregg Wallace on this exclusive five-star Scenic river cruise to Bordeaux this summer. This all-inclusive luxurious eight-day holiday is perfect for food and wine-lovers.
US flyer United proudly boasted about its decision on Twitter to its 1.2million followers. But it was met with a barrage of funny comments.
Researchers found that the hub in New York had the most cancellations out of 75 airports in America in 2018. The second worst for delays is revealed to be Norfolk International in Virginia.
Derry has been in the news - the subject of talks about the dreaded 'backstop'. However, on a visit James Hughes-Onslow found this great city proud and optimistic despite its troubled history.