Culinary paradise: food in Greece

Think you know Greek cuisine? Well, think again. The country’s food scene has undergone a spectacular evolution, says Nathaniel Cramp There’s so much more to Greek food than souvlaki and moussaka. The last few years…

City guide: Athens

Whether it’s ancient history, contemporary culture or super cool restaurants, Athens has something for everyone. This is a city where antiquity sits right alongside modernity, where you will find radical bookshops a few streets away…

Thomas Cook

Chinese company Fosun acquires Thomas Cook brand

Fosun has acquired the Thomas Cook brand for £11million in a deal that includes domain names, software applications, social media accounts and licences relating to the Thomas Cook, Casa Cook, Cook’s Club brands. The Chinese conglomerate was Thomas…

Interview: Alistair Rowland, ABTA chairman

When Alistair Rowland was voted in as the new chairman of ABTA at the end of June, few could have predicted – at least with much certainty – what the following weeks would entail. Rowland,…

Wellness in Japan

From meditating with Buddhist monks to mindful forest walks, Sam Ballard discovers inner calm with a few days of wellness in Japan As we sit in our hotel room, with Typhoon Hagibis swirling around outside,…

Spotlight On: Sandals

Sandals offer so much more than luxury on their all-inclusive holidays, managing director Karl Thompson tells Sam Ballard Picture paradise and it probably looks like a Caribbean beach. Miles of perfect sand, palm trees swaying…

Winter wonderlands: the latest in ski

Nicky Holford looks at all the latest developments in skiing and winter sports, as the sector looks to defy the Brexit storm clouds With snow on the horizon more than a million skiers and snowboarders…

Exploring Chile: Santiago and beyond

With British Airways linking London and Santiago, Sorrel Moseley-Williams explores the birth country of poet Pablo Neruda that counts desert, ice fields and wine country among its many splendours Measuring 2,653 miles from top to…