Emilia-Romagna: Italy’s best-kept secret

Barbara Noe Kennedy savours the flavours of Emilia-Romagna, home to some of Italy’s best food. If Emilia-Romagna weren’t just one of many remarkable regions in Italy, each more stunning than the next for its art,…

Holiday Habits: The changing trends of British holidaymakers

Solo holidays, cash consciousness and younger cruise passengers were among some of the key talking points in ABTA’s Holiday Habits Report 2018 The Holiday Habits Report, which looks at the changing trends of British holidaymakers,…

Industry insights: the falling pound

Gary Noakes sees how sterling holds up against non-euro currencies, and how this might dictate post-Brexit travel. Five months before Brexit, a question consumers and travel organisers are keen to have answered is how currency…

WIN! A 2-night stay at INNSIDE

Win a two-night stay at the INNSIDE Manchester, located in the First Street development in the heart of Manchester To enter the competition, answer the following question: What is the name of the travel trade booking…

Ski 2019: our in-depth guide

Nicky Holford looks at new developments in skiing, as the industry looks to appeal to a range of budgets with more inclusive holidays. More than a million Britons take a ski or snowboarding holiday each…

Visiting the Great Barrier Reef

The Great Barrier Reef is one of the world’s most amazing sights. James Litston looks at how to visit – and help protect – this natural wonder. Among the Grand Canyon, Himalayas and other world…

City Guide: Fez, Morocco

Considered the spiritual and cultural heart of the Kingdom, Fez has emerged as the essential Morocco city destination, writes Andrew Forbes. Morocco almost touches Europe, yet it is tantalisingly exotic. Fez, the first capital of…