City Guide: Vilnius

Those with a penchant for history, gastronomy, architecture or the arts will find Vilnius has it all in troves. Audrey Gillan gives the lowdown A Soviet-built housing estate, a nuclear reactor and a cold, terrifying…

Frozen planet: a voyage to Antarctica

Anthony Pearce has the trip of a lifetime to Antarctica on board Aurora Expeditions’ new ship, the Greg Mortimer We’re a few hundred metres from the coast of Hydrurga Rocks, a snowy outcrop off the northwestern tip…

UK Destinations: Oxford

Whether film buff, history lover or pub enthusiast, Fred Mawer discovers that this medieval city has something to please everyone The top of the tower of the University Church of St Mary the Virgin is…

2020 destinations

Anthony Pearce rounds up ABTA’s 12 destinations to watch this year and highlights the trends influencing your clients’ travel choices.  ABTA has revealed its 12 destinations to watch in 2020, as well the key findings…

Features: Better Belize it

With extraordinary Mayan ruins, rich wilderness and marine life, glorious tropical islands and a hospitality industry built around sustainability, Belize could be Central America’s best-kept secret, writes Emily Eastman The road rattles and buckles beneath…

Five of the best: New hotels opening in…

We take a look at five of the most exciting hotels opening in 2020 Arctic Bath, Sweden Resembling something between a bird’s nest and a birthday cake, the Arctic Bath’s spa centre is one of…

Interview: Flavia Santoro: President of ProColombia

Colombia is putting years of instability behind it as it welcomes tourists in increasing numbers. Anthony Pearce sat down with Flavia Santoro, president of Colombia’s national tourism agency, at the most recent London World Travel…

City Guide: Thessaloniki

A history buff’s dream location, Greece’s ‘arts city’ is home to breathtaking ancient architecture, incredible food and a thriving cultural scene Found in the north of Greece, 520km above Athens, Thessaloniki is the country’s second…