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Real news! Macdonald makes Aviemore great again. Read more from John Hill in the Cairngorms..

I regularly shock foreign resorts I visit by telling them that Scotland not only has a ski industry, but at the Cairngorms they have Britain’s best by far re... Read More

Brits get most holidays in Europe

British citizens get the most holidays in Europe – 28 days paid leave each year – but actually take less holidays.

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Not a ski in sight in Iceland and Greenland

GSG explorer Pietro Simonetti searches for snow in the far North

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World-beater Touring Car

All-electric Tesla is Space-age, does ludicrous-speeds, drives itself and has zero fuel bills, reports John Hill.

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Tea Time is Me Time

That great British institution, afternoon tea, is a world beater becoming more and more popular, writes John Hill.

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The Beautiful Cotswolds

Woodstock in the Cotswolds is often lauded as England’s prettiest town. By John Hill

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Vango Magic

It’s summer and shortly the hiking, biking, camping and gigs season will be on us.

Re... Read More
Florida at its finest

Nigel Blundell, fishing rod in hand, files from one of the world’s beauty spots.

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Non! Holidays to Europe will NOT be banned

The latest Brexit poll shows that one in six Britons think a vote to leave means no more European holidays for Britons.

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Real news! Macdonald makes Aviemore great again. Read more from John Hill in the Cairngorms..

I regularly shock foreign resorts I visit by telling them that Scotland not only has a ski industry, but at the Cairngorms they have Britain’s best by far re... Read More

Brits get most holidays in Europe

British citizens get the most holidays in Europe – 28 days paid leave each year – but actually take less holidays.

Read More
Not a ski in sight in Iceland and Greenland

GSG explorer Pietro Simonetti searches for snow in the far North

Read More
World-beater Touring Car

All-electric Tesla is Space-age, does ludicrous-speeds, drives itself and has zero fuel bills, reports John Hill.

Read More
Tea Time is Me Time

That great British institution, afternoon tea, is a world beater becoming more and more popular, writes John Hill.

Read More
The Beautiful Cotswolds

Woodstock in the Cotswolds is often lauded as England’s prettiest town. By John Hill

Read More
Vango Magic

It’s summer and shortly the hiking, biking, camping and gigs season will be on us.

Re... Read More
Florida at its finest

Nigel Blundell, fishing rod in hand, files from one of the world’s beauty spots.

Read More
Non! Holidays to Europe will NOT be banned

The latest Brexit poll shows that one in six Britons think a vote to leave means no more European holidays for Britons.

Read More

Non! Holidays to Europe will NOT be banned

9 June 2016 | The latest Brexit poll shows that one in six Britons think a vote to leave means no more European holidays for Britons. Some 16 per cent of Britons interviewed thought that the European borders

The latest Brexit poll shows that one in six Britons think a vote to leave means no more European holidays for Britons.

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The high road in Piemonte

3 June 2016 | James Callery marvels at the magic of e-biking. We’re gliding along the lush green vineyard-carpeted hills of Italy’s Langhe and Roero with not a car in site. E-bikes are a revelation;

James Callery marvels at the magic of e-biking.

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Love is in the air

23 May 2016 | With Switzerland best known for skiing, mountain scenery, trains, high prices and fondue, it is also fast becoming a popular destination for honeymoons. The perfect playground for newlyweds

With Switzerland best known for skiing, mountain scenery, trains, high prices and fondue, it is also fast becoming a popular destination for honeymoons.

 

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South African safari so good

27 April 2016 | Going on safari is mind-blowingly exhilarating, reports Pietro Simonetti on a camera tour of Botswana, Zambia and Zimbabwe. First stop was the mighty Victoria Falls - the world’s largest

Going on safari is mind-blowingly exhilarating, reports Pietro Simonetti on a camera tour of Botswana, Zambia and Zimbabwe.

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Africa in a hurry

12 April 2016 | Editor at Large Pietro Simonetti reports from sunny Cape Town. Day 1 – We Americans get such little holiday time compared to Europeans that I was forced to do Southern Africa in 10 days! So what

Editor at Large Pietro Simonetti reports from sunny Cape Town.

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We Band of Brothers

1 March 2016 | Nigel Blundell reports from Normandy. It was a sound like no other – the ‘whoosh’ of many thousands of English arrows fired in unison by 7,000 archers on one of the bloodiest days in British

Nigel Blundell reports from Normandy.

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