Travel

  • LifestyleThe Telegraph

    Europe’s greatest late-night cities

    The best nights out are the ones that stretch into the evening – suddenly it’s 4am, and you’re dancing in a bar, and you can’t quite remember the circumstances that led there. Since the pandemic – and most likely before then, too – London, despite being a world capital, has lost more than 1,000 venues that would make this possible, with once-24 hour neighbourhoods like Soho fielding the brunt of this loss. A combination of rising costs, a lack of late licences and struggling transport infrastruc

    6-min read
  • NewsThe Telegraph

    How turbulence works – and why it can be deadly

    It’s the moment that even seasoned air travellers dread. One moment you’re cruising along calmly at 37,000ft. In the next, without warning, all hell breaks loose.

    6-min read
  • LifestyleThe Telegraph

    The best hotels near the Wimbledon Tennis Championships in 2024

    Heading to London for Wimbledon? Thanks to the unique buzz that surrounds the oldest tennis tournament in the world, June/July is always a fantastic time to visit the wider South West corner of the capital and its leafy surrounding areas.

    9-min read
  • LifestyleThe Telegraph

    The idyllic wine region that Italy keeps to itself

    Thanks to Andrew O’Hagan’s new novel, the Caledonian Road in London is currently multitasking as a literary metaphor. But amid its real-life shops is AperiDeli, where every so often locals – including me – crowd in alongside thoroughly Italian packets of pasta for cheerily informal wine tastings. At one of them I attended, owner Stefano Cossalter started off with a delectable sparkling rosé. Fabulous, I thought, until I saw the £25 price tag.

    6-min read
  • LifestyleThe Telegraph

    The 10 best holidays in the Lake District

    Not so long ago, holidaying in the Lake District meant hardcore walking and climbing, or pootling across a lake, followed by a scenic drive, with a bit of Beatrix Potter thrown in. And always with the possibility of rain.

    8-min read
  • NewsThe Telegraph

    Meet the rail-mad millionaire with Britain’s only privately owned train

    There are people who love trains – who visit heritage railways at the weekend and spend their holidays aboard the likes of the Ghan, the Rocky Mountaineer, and the Glacier Express.

    6-min read
  • ScienceThe Telegraph

    How to see the rare ‘parade of planets’ next month

    If you missed the recent Northern Lights displays across the UK or the blue meteor that illuminated skies across Europe, another rare astronomical event is on the horizon.

    3-min read