How cruise continues to innovate

Cruise holidays have changed beyond recognition and agents who have not caught up are missing out on the biggest revolution to hit the travel industry in years, reports Jane Archer. Speeding on go-karts, zapping foes…

Spotlight on: Jet2.com and Jet2holidays

Sam Ballard hears how the business has rapidly expanded, now occupying a prominent position in the UK travel market. It is one of the industry’s biggest success stories: from a temporary cabin at Leeds Bradford Airport…

The Philippines: Beyond Boracay

Certain parts of the Philippines are firmly established on the tourist trail, but Heidi Fuller-love goes off the beaten track to visit the volcanoes and beaches – and sample the cuisine – of the lesser-known…

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Interview: Greek tourism minister Elena Kountoura

Greek tourism minister Elena Kountoura shares with Anthony Pearce how Greece is evolving its tourism offering over 2019. What are the newest tourism developments and where is the ministry/Greek National Tourism Organisation (GNTO) focusing its…

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Capital ideas: the London food revolution

The London restaurant scene isn’t short on world-beating places to dine out. Anthony Pearce shares some of his current favourites. A few eyebrows were raised when, in a recent feature on London’s increasingly impressive dining scene, The…

Far East festivities: Singapore

Next year will mark 200 years since Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles landed in Singapore – an anniversary that will be celebrated throughout the year, writes Esme Fox On January 29 1819, Raffles landed in Singapore,…

A new oasis: Oman

Jenny Southan stays cool in the desert as she explores the great outdoors of Oman I am standing on top of a sand dune at sunset, the wind whipping swirls of grit into the air off…