A psychologist explains the impact dreaming of sunnier times can have on your mental health.
These pictures show a family of four who paid £500 to spent the night in a PLAYHOUSE - that was posted on Airbnb as a joke. Ollie and Kady Hammond had a 'mini break' on Saturday eve in the child's toy house - with their kids Beau,
The 'Britain's Got Talent' judge has headed off on her summer holidays with daughters Lexi and Hollie.
As holiday hotspots slowly open up for business, tour companies are now adapting to a world with coronavirus. While we're already aware of changes to the way we fly and travel, what we encounter at popular destinations is still largely
Many Britons will choose - or be forced - not to holiday abroad this year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Fancy something different to those pristine sandy beaches for this year's holiday? Green sand and a wishbone-shaped coastline are just a couple of the unique beaches you can visit. Watch the video above to find out
A travel company has identified the world’s top 20 “alternative” landmarks to travel to.We’ve all heard a lot about popular sights such as the Eiffel Tower, the Taj Mahal and Statue of Liberty.But this list offers fresh inspiration for incredible sights you might want to base your holidays around visiting, detailing those buildings, natural sites and attractions you might not have known existed. It was compiled based on a survey of 1,000 travellers conducted by Travelzoo UK, an online hub for travel and entertainment deals.Additions include the CN Tower in Toronto, Canada, which features a 360 degree views of the city, and the Minack Theatre, an open-air destination carved into a granite cliff in Portcurno, Cornwall here in the UK.There’s also Kinkaku-Ji Temple in Kyoto, Japan, a golf-leaf covered structure first built in 1397, and Uxmal, an ancient Mayan city in Mexico.Click through the slideshow above to see the full list.