Brexit

ABTA urges Government to consider impact of Brexit…

Government must ensure that there is a system where travel companies can continue to post workers abroad after Brexit, ABTA has said. The Travel Association said that there is a suitable approach to freedom of…

ABTA to host Solo Travel Conference

ABTA will hold its second annual Solo Travel Conference this June, as the sector continues to go from strength to strength with promising figures. By Sam Ballard. The ABTA Solo Travel Conference 2019 will deal with…

Advantage

Advantage reveals plans at Conference

Consortia reveals key plans at 2019 event in Spain. By Sam Ballard. Advantage Travel Partnership has announced a number of new initiatives at its 2019 Conference. Regional communities, apprenticeship programmes and re-packaged cruise and air…

A warm welcome to TRH Hotels

Designed to guarantee complete relaxation and a world-class wellness experience, TRH Hotels is a great match for clients, whether they are travelling on business, as a couple or with young children. Providing first-class facilities, equipped…

24 hours in Matsushima in Miyagi, Japan

After 24 hours in Miyagi, Matsushima, with its tranquil views, isn’t far away. An easy day trip north of Sendai, Matsushima mixes natural beauty and feudal history. Its bay, dotted with pine-clad islets, has been regarded as…

Where to find adventure in Miyagi

When winter turns much of the Tohoku region white, skiers and snowboarders look to 1,841-metre Mount Zao, straddling the border of Miyagi and Yamagata Prefectures. The ski resorts in operation here from early December through…

Miyagi, Japan: how to get there

Only 90 minutes north of Tokyo, yet worlds apart, a trip to Miyagi Prefecture in the heart of Japan’s Tohoku region treats visitors to stunning mountain scenery, rugged coastline, healing waters and much more. In…