No, I don’t mean falling asleep after a few too many drinks… pub chains are increasingly getting into the hotel market: offering budget rooms in some great locations. Would you stay at one?
I could spend hours every day dreaming about the places I’d like to travel to and the places I’ve been – but what are the top destinations on your bucket list?
Whether it be a Sunday afternoon stroll, or a week-long hike, there’s nothing quite like walking in the countryside. But what are your favourite walking routes?
Want to unwind for a few days in nature but can’t face the privations of camping? Luxury camping, or ‘glamping’, might be for you…
I joined Clive Bull as guest expert on LBC’s Consumer Hour last Sunday evening – and complaints about flights and holidays dominated the agenda.
Not every ‘holiday of a lifetime’ delivers on its promise. We helped a Which? member get their money back after a dream break fell flat.
Tourists are an easy target for scammers and criminals – but also for businesses trying to pull a fast one. Have you been ripped off on holiday by a cafe, taxi or other business?
Holidays can often mean hunting for free wi-fi hotspots in bars, hotels and restaurants to keep your mobile roaming bill under control. But there’s a sting in the tail with free hotspots – they’re not always very safe…
With the school holidays firmly upon us, many will be jetting off abroad – and leaving their cars parked at the airport. But why is the process often so expensive – and sometimes stressful?
We’ve found online travel agents demanding more money after you’ve completed a flight booking – have you been overcharged and hit with other sneaky fees?
The Met Office has issued a heatwave alert for England this week. How do you and your pets beat the heat when temperatures rise?
Are you planning to catch some summer sunshine abroad? What form of travel money are you intending on taking with you?
Three in ten holidaymakers heading abroad this year will be opting for an all-inclusive package, but are they really getting a better deal than if they’d organised it themselves? (more on all-inclusive vs DIY holidays…)
This evening, millions will be watching the world’s greatest singing contest (Eurovision) take place. Some 182 million tuned in to see it on telly last year, including 8.4 million from the UK, which makes it the perfect opportunity for the countries taking part to showcase themselves to potential visitors…