Destination: Raising Arizona

The Grand Canyon and other awe-inspiring sights are becoming more popular thanks to direct flights to Phoenix, says Kevin EG Perry. By the time I get to Phoenix,” sang Glen Campbell in 1967, “she’ll be rising.”…

City Guide: Tallinn

Estonia’s capital combines its historic past with a modern, tech-focused present for an increasingly popular destination, writes Shilpa Ganatra. Strategically placed in a corner of the Baltic Sea, Estonia has endured an eventful history, with…

The big interview: Miles Morgan

Sam Ballard finds out how one industry veteran is thriving on the high street We’ve all heard scare stories about the imminent death of independent book shops and record stores, unwilling victims of the rapacious…

City Guide: Valletta, Malta

Inside the Maltese capital’s historic walls, Abigail Blasi falls for the city’s café culture, fresh seafood, Baroque architecture and stunning views The Maltese capital, Valletta, has emerged as the ideal city-break destination. A UNESCO World…

Turning the plastic tide

Sustainability guru Dr Catherine Wilson explains how the industry can cut plastic waste On July 11, 1907, the chemist Leo Baekeland wrote in his diary: “unless I am very much mistaken, this invention will prove…

Turkey, Egypt and Tunisia bounce back

Trade in Turkey, Egypt and Tunisia has suffered in recent years, but as Katherine Lawrey explains, British travellers are returning in droves Guaranteed sunshine, varied cultures and great value have drawn British holidaymakers to Turkey,…

UK Holidays: Belfast

The capital of Northern Ireland offers fine food and drink, unbeatable craic and a new quarter that celebrates its past as an industrial powerhouse. It is also a perfect base to explore the ancient scenery…

How millennials are changing business travel

Millennials will soon be the largest group of business travellers – but not before they reinvent the sector. By Jenny Southan, business travel editor Ten years ago, millennials (people born between the early 1980s and…