Holiday Hero Neil Simpson has listed the top e-bike trips throughout Europe. Electric bikes mean you needn't be super fit to hit those hills and do the miles.
The Cornish environmental attraction will at first generate enough heat and power to run its own facilities but then plans to branch out and provide power for local homes.
Nicknamed the Floating Garden of the Atlantic, Madeira is known for its natural beauty and enjoys subtropical temperatures all year round. Here's how to explore its vibrant capital...
Avoid all-inclusive resorts and try these hidden jewels of the Dominican Republic. South of the island in particular is home to some remote and romantic secrets, says Judith Baker.
The Inspector checked into The Newt in Somerset, which is set in 800 acres containing 460 apple trees, bathing ponds and wild flower meadows.
The Daily Mail's Bel Mooney travelled with Viking Cruises on the 'Rhine Getaway', starting in Amsterdam. Her favourite stop was a visit to the medieval town of Colmar.
Travel often means us all rushing to the same hot spots at the same time. Booking off season is the solution. Here's an indispensable guide to bargain breaks around the world.
The Daily Mail's Richard Webber visited the coastal towns of Lynton and Lynmouth. A highlight was reaching a 'magical corner' called Valley of Rocks.
The best-selling children's author talks about a holiday from hell in North Wales, reveals why Boston is her favourite city - and more...
The Holiday Guru is always on call to answer your questions.This week he also provides recommendations on where to stay in the Dominican Republic and the Caribbean...
Adam Helliker visited Rhode Island, where Taylor Swift owns a mansion, and Nantucket, Massachusetts, 'where millionaires make ends meet by mowing lawns for billionaires'.
Visitors are in part lured to Colombia for the incredible food scene, with chefs rediscovering forgotten regional ingredients and salvaging traditional cooking techniques.
The Mail on Sunday's Claire Boobbyer lists all the 'bonkers' and offbeat treats that Cuba has to offer. Highlights of her trip included a cigar tour and dancing the rumba in Havana.
The price per person, per night for this festive selection of British countryside boltholes starts from just £15 - leaving enough money to lavish on gifts, games and an even bigger turkey…
Cork is Ireland's second largest city and a good entry point for exploring the south of the country. The Daily Mail's Mark Palmer visited and found it has bags of Irish charm with an easy pace of...
The Mr & Mrs Smith Awards 2019, which honours the best luxury boutique hotels around the world, has dished out 12 awards from the best dressed hotel to the sexiest bedroom.
Spain welcomed more than 81million visitors to its shores last year. And these stunning pictures of its mesmerising landscape show exactly why it's so popular. Peruse - and be wowed.
A four-bed cottage in the highlands near Loch Lurgainn has come on the market for £290,000 and gives potential owners the chance to have access to their very own island getaway.
The ranking of the cheapest spots for family skiing this winter has been revealed in the Post Office Travel Money Family Ski Resort report.
Czech development company Trigema has unveiled plans to build the 450ft Top Tower in the suburbs of Prague. The project would cost an estimated £70million to complete.
The overall winner is South Africa's Restaurant Mosaic, with Sager + Wilde in London picking up the Best Medium-Size Wine List gong and Blue Hill in NYC snaring the Best Short Wine List prize.
Airbnb has revealed its top 20 worldwide trending destinations list for 2020, based on year-on-year growth in bookings - and trumpets that it's 'full of surprises and hidden gems'.
The AA British Road Map Puzzle Book contains over 400 mind-stretching questions about the UK's road system - and contains a truck-load of facts about it. Here are some of the highlights.
Intense heatwaves hit the UK, Belgium, Luxembourg, Germany and the Netherlands which all reported new record highs in July. Temperatures in France rose above 113°F (45°C) for the first time.
Jordan Wylie, one of the stars of C4's Hunted and Celebrity Hunted, rowed across the pirate-infested Bab-el-Mandeb Strait from Djibouti to Yemen, on a gruelling journey that took him over 13 hour...
A new exhibition - Gauguin Portraits - opens at the National Gallery in London next week featuring much of the work he produced in Brittany, which was then considered a backwater.
More than £1 billion has just been spent on a massive revamp of Changi Airport in Singapore, which is now unlike any other on the planet, writes the Daily Mail's Mark Porter.
British Airways has started flights to Bergamo, some 30 miles north-east of Milan. Anwer Bati visited the lesser-known city and found it to be one of the most beautiful in Italy.
As October clicks in, 'leaf peeping' adventures - the term coined in the U.S. to describe seeking out the season's boldest colours - are increasingly popular.
Andy Drury, 53, from Guildford in Surrey, took a three-day mini break to Mosul and has brought back never-before-seen photographs of the devastated city in northern Iraq.
Squabbled over by the Germans and the French for centuries, Strasbourg now deftly balances both cultures - a cosmopolitan city with a modern temperament, but an age-old soul.
The Holiday Guru is always on call to answer your questions. This week a tour of Boston and a query about travelling to Cuba are also on the agenda...
A ferry inn on the shores of a Scottish loch and a Derbyshire longhouse are also among the winners in the Good Hotel Guide's Cesar awards. The 2020 Oscars of the hotel industry are revealed here.
The Mail on Sunday's Michael Hodges visited the picturesque town of Pont-Aven in the Finistere department of Brittany in northwestern France. It's famed for inventing butter biscuits called galet...
The Mail on Sunday's Sarah Turner checked into Manorhaus Hotel in the small Welsh town of Ruthin. In a previous life it was a restaurant run by John Lennon's ex-wife.
Dr Starkey will give an exclusive talk to readers about 'Sandringham and the Modern Monarchy' before joining you on a visit to the Royal Family's famous country retreat.
Gaze at a Matisse before breakfast and a Chagall before bed? It's now possible, thanks to serious art collections on show in hotels around the world. Here we round up nine of the very finest.
Think travelling on your own means you face a fortnight of single supplements and 'table-for- one' dinners? Absolutely not. Here we smash some of the old-fashioned stereotypes.
SARAH VINE: I'm not easily offended, but some things - such as not being able to take my dogs into the Post Office (why?) - irritate me. Take this new initiative from Japan Airlines.
Victor the white-tailed eagle caught this breathtaking footage, revealing an eagle-eye view of the snow-topped glaciers of the Alps and the damage inflicted on them by climate change.
Cellist Julian Lloyd Webber talks about his favourite hotel in Shanghai, the time he had a run-in with a security officer at JFK Airport in New York - and more...
A 60-day voyage around Australia, visiting 35 destinations including Sydney and Tasmania features, as does a cruise in the Arctic, a trip to Tahiti and a sailing holiday to the Sea of Cortez in M...
The 2.3-acre island is nestled in the Gulf of Morbihan, a huge natural harbour in south Brittany in France. It comes with a four-bed cottage, a pontoon and a boat. It's close to La Trinité-sur-M...
EXCLUSIVE. The World's 50 Best Bars 2019 awards was held on Thursday in a glittering ceremony at London's iconic Roundhouse venue. Here we reveal the winners and the full top 100 ranking.
The Julian Alps are clustered between Slovenia, Austria and Italy. As well as being geographically spectacular, the region is full of history. Daniel Pembrey gets exploring.
Most carriers are signed up to either the Aviation ADR or the Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution. Ryanair left the former in November after being made to pay more than £3.6m, Which? said.
Airbus says cameras will help crew redirect passengers to other bathrooms if there is a queue and signal when someone has spent a long time in the lavatory.
The stunning pictures have been snapped by award-winning safari guide James Nampaso, who works in the Olare Conservancy in Kenya.
Movie producer Frank Mannion reveals the gems, from the eatery Michael Caine dines at to the festival Rihanna loves. He also unearths a Benedict Cumberbatch connection to the island.
The Norman Lykes Home last listed for $2.65 million. Wright designed the Phoenix, Arizona in 1959, shortly before the opening of his Guggenheim Museum. The location is a striking 3,095 square fee...
Jo Tweedy travels with her multi-generational gang to the smallest of the Ionian isles and finds stunning harbours lapped by cerulean waters, lamb chops to die for and a stunning rural villa.
While first class and business suite ticketholders will notice all the incredible new services on offer, Qantas A380s have had to cut their economy seats by 30 to accommodate.
Umbul Ponggok, a 230ft by 130ft pond in central Java, boasts crystal clear waters, an abundance of colourful fish plus a range of quirky submerged props.
'Pilot Madeleine', from Munich, has more or less shelved her pilot's career in favour of being a travel blogger. And these images show that she was in no way delusional about her abilities.
The Som Dona Hotel in Porto Cristo is exclusively for women aged 14 and above who are 'looking to disconnect from the stress of daily life'. Stays at the property start from £75 per night.
Tickets currently on sale and found to breach the new rules will be removed from the US-based travel site over the next few months, with the policy in full force by the end of 2019.
Islands from around the world have been ranked by a poll of more than 5,000 people. Coming out on top is Flatey, a tiny Icelandic island described as looking like a 'movie set'.
It runs for 23.5 miles under the English Channel, carries over 20m passengers a year on 400 trains a day and some of those hit 99mph. A new documentary series goes behind the scenes.
Now in its 13th year, the Sony World Photography Awards 2020 offers photographers of all levels from around the world the chance to have their images 'seen, appraised and rewarded'.
Around 3,750 ships currently or soon to be in service have have had scrubbers installed - but only 23 sport closed-loop scrubbers that safely store extracted sulphur in tanks for safe disposal at...
Helsinki is one of Europe's best, but least shouted-about, cultural destinations, writes The Mail on Sunday's Michael Hodges. Here's how to island hop your way round the city...
The black Range Rover was spotted by a passer-by daubed with the large white lettering as it sat outside St James Court, a hotel owned by the Taj Hotels group, near Buckingham Palace.
Tamás Rizsavi, a Hungarian train driver, travelled to Hong Kong earlier this year with the sole purpose of capturing images of the landscape from the highest buildings he could possibly find.
The Daily Mail's Liz Hoggard headed to Arrecife, the capital of Lanzarote, to find out more about 20th-century artist, sculptor and architect Cesar Manrique.
Fonteverde Natural Spa is in the Val d'Orcia area of Tuscany. Jeremy Clarke visited and opted for the three-day Gentleman's Journey package - which included driving an Alfa Romeo Spider Duetto.
Malaga brings to mind beaches and breaking waves. But, although it is the heart of sun, sand, sea and sangria, the city also has culture in bucketloads. Here's how to see its best bits...
The pound has been in trouble since the Brexit vote in 2016, with places that once seemed a bargain looking expensive. But don't despair - here are the destinations where sterling will go farthes...
There's no holding back English wine. Home-grown varieties have been growing in stature for 20 years. Here we uncork ten of the best British wineries, all of which offer tastings and tours...
Right now in the Hamptons you can walk for miles along deserted sandy beaches and find rates for hotels have plummeted like a stone. The Mail on Sunday's Sarah Turner pays a visit...
Venice is one of the most beautiful cities in the world, especially when summer crowds disappear. Here Neil Simpson picks his favourite places in which to share a romantic drink by candlelight.
Never been on a safari? Don't know your Serengeti from your South Africa, or a game drive from a gorilla trek? Here we offer the best options for solos, families, honeymooners and more.
Viking's Waterways of the Tsars cruise travels from Moscow to St Petersburg, sailing past belfries and churches and crossing the largest lake in Europe, Lake Ladoga. Claudia Joseph climbs aboard.
Whistler, on the west coast of Canada in British Columbia, is much more European in flavor than other North American resorts - and for snow, off-slope activities and nightlife it's unbeatable.
Budapest came out as the cheapest destination for a city break with an emphasis on museums and theatre, while Prague and Warsaw came second and third according to the Post Office report.
The wreck was found off of the coast of Mallorca's Can Pastilla Beach in July after local resident Felix Alarcón and his wife spotted pottery shards on the seabed.
Almost 450,000 snappers entered the prestigious Cewe Photo Award contest, which showcases brilliant snapshots of everyday life from around the globe - and these are the 11 that scooped prizes.
New book The Atlas of Unusual Borders, by Zoran Nikolic, is a truly eye-opening compendium of 'intriguing boundaries, territories and geographical curiosities'. Here are some highlights.
The cabin, designed by London-based Acumen Design Associates, made its debut on a flight on Tuesday from New York JFK to Fort Lauderdale in Florida.
There is something undeniably intriguing about lighthouses, shrouded in history and standing strong against the tides of change. We've scoured the globe for the most jaw-dropping examples.
At a ceremony hosted by the AA at Grosvenor House in London, gongs were handed out in categories including 'hotel of the year', 'restaurant of the year', 'pub of the year', and 'chefs chef'.
From Marbella and Morocco to Turkey and the Canary Islands, we've scoured what's on offer to find the best trips for catching some rays - all within easy reach of the UK ...
The photos feature in new book Wanderlust USA, which charts 30 unforgettable hikes across the United States. Its author is Australian Cam Honan, 'the most travelled hiker on earth'.
Get the hotel view right and everything else is… well, just window-dressing. But you don't have to be a billionaire to bag a room with a billion-dollar view. Here are the top places that don't ...
They are from a new book called Coast, which celebrates the places where the land meets the sea, from Northumberland in the north of England to New Zealand via Florida.
The Biltmore Mayfair is in London's Grosvenor Square, the former home of the American Embassy. Hilton said it's 'a new jewel in the neighbourhood' and a 'decadent retreat'.
Rugby fans visiting Japan for the World Cup are in for a treat if they use the country's bullet trains to reach the stadiums. The fleet contains some of the most advanced high-speed trains in the...
Fascinating new book Hidden London: Discovering the Forgotten Underground claims to be the first narrative of a 'previously secret aspect of London's history'. Here we present images from it.
A new coffee table book features images of lions by French photographer Laurent Baheux, who took them over a 17-year period during trips across five African nations.
The footage, of the Madakaripura Waterfall in Indonesia, was shot by Spanish filmmaker Andres Aguilera Morillas, 23. Andres said: 'Truly beautiful and magical scenery.'
These are the jaw-dropping category winners and runners-up in The Nature Conservancy's 2019 Photo Contest. The Grand Prize has gone to Californian Tyler Schiffman for his shot of a sea lion.
The original Okura Tokyo opened in 1962 and welcomed all manner of famous faces over the years, including Steve Jobs and Margaret Thatcher too.
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.
The Chicago-based Council On Tall Buildings And Urban Habitat hands out awards to skyscrapers and other developments it believes are creatively designed and blend in with their cities.
In total, 132 people were asked for their renditions of 12 of the world's most famous tourist attractions, with the Statue of Liberty the best-drawn and Dubai's Burj Khalifa the least accurately...
Here MailOnline Travel reveals, in ascending order, the world's highest hamlets, towns and cities. Many are just too remote for visitors...
Lee Parker, from Beccles, Suffolk, checked into the Catalonia Punta Del Rey in Las Caletillas, Tenerife, with his daughter. He says he will now chase Tui for compensation.
Virgin Atlantic has unveiled the cabin for its new Airbus A350-1000 aircraft – and it has been transformed throughout. The carrier has ordered a total of 12 Airbus A350s.
The travel platform will now offer cruisers in both the UK and the US the chance to read and write reviews of cruise holidays, share photos and shop for trips from over 70,000 options.
Hammam Essalihine in Khenchela, Algeria, dates back to the time of the Flavian Dynasty and its waters are touted as having 'therapeutic benefits'.
Hauteville House was designed and furnished by the French writer and artist during his 15-year exile in Guernsey from 1856. It is full of second-hand furniture and bric-a-brac bought by Hugo.
They have been drawn by New York-based artist Jake Berman. The catalyst for the project was being stuck in traffic in LA and finding himself feeling ‘frustrated at the lack of good mass transit...
Ever since Errol Flynn moored his boat to party there with the Hollywood crowd in the Sixties, the island has had a showbiz party reputation. Sarah White visits and discovers its opulent side.
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.
Post Office Travel Money Holiday Costs Barometer, which compares costs in 20 European beach resorts, found prices in Sunny Beach have plunged - despite the pound's volatility.
They are actually wacky tents offered as accommodation by the National Trust and hang from trees at the Low Wray camp site close to the shores of Lake Windermere in Cumbria.
These pictures will make even the most confident climber's palms sweat. That's because they show some of the world's bravest daredevils proving that they have limitless reserves of derring-do.
The new design, called Skyrider 3.0, is similar to previous incarnations of the seat. However, it does not have a pole between the seats to connect them to the floor and ceiling, as the previous ...
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.
Design firm Haeco Cabin Solutions showcased its new Eclipse seat at the Aircraft Interiors Expo in Hamburg, explaining that it's for 'long-haul premium economy'.
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.
Jet2 members of the pilots' union, the British Airline Pilots' Association (Balpa), are calling on the airline to recognise the need for 'improved work-life balance through fairer rostering patte...
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.
The island, called Isola delle Femmine, is an uninhabited 37-acre atoll, almost 1,000 feet from the mainland of Sicily, close to the city of Palermo.
The Bon Jovi frontman is hosting two voyages - one in the Caribbean and one in the Mediterranean - on board Norwegian Cruise Line ships. Each sailing is billed as Runaway to Paradise.
The Spanish capital moved to clamp down on the growing number of houses rented out to holidaymakers instead of residents facing an ever-shrinking accommodation pool.
The Sala VIP lounge at Quito Airport claimed the top prize in the Global Airport Lounge of the Year Awards, which rates business facilities, comfort, service and food and drink.
This year’s UK Heritage Awards winners are crowned across 12 categories, which include hidden gems, best exhibition, best wedding venue and outstanding customer service.