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.
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.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are enjoying an active festive period.
The star revealed to Instagram fans how she had "toned up" during a festive break in Australia.
With 2020 fast approaching, it’s likely you’re contemplating your holiday options for the coming year.But, holidays can be expensive, with the cost of air travel alone often taking a considerable chunk out of your budget.So, for those who want to save their hard-earned pennies, Skyscanner has released its list of best value destinations to travel to in 2020, based on the average price of flights.READ MORE: Millions of Brits are booking Christmas holidays to get away from the family“The list was compiled by analysing the average flight prices for return economy flights from the UK,” a representative for the online travel company told Yahoo UK. “The top 10 is based on the destinations which have the largest % drop in flight price in the past year.”Perhaps unsurprisingly, the best value flights are all within Europe – an added perk for those who prefer shorter flight times.Without further adieu, here’s Skyscanner’s top 10 destinations for affordable flying so you can splash the cash elsewhere.
The travel club for hotel lovers is offering a minimum 25% discount off amazing boutique and luxury hotels worldwide.
Brits are willing to fork out an extra £1,705 for a getaway in keeping with the grid.
Chocolate advent calendars are so last year. This year, treat yourself to one of these seriously luxe beauty advent calendars.
Travelling doesn’t have to cost the earth. If you’ve got a gap year or long travel stint in mind, there are ways you can get earn your food, lodgings and even money. It could be anything from teaching English as a foreign language to signing onto a course to become a surf instructor, which could then rake in extra cash. Whether you’re between school and university, or simply keen to take some time out, here are some great ways to earn your keep while you’re away.