When the Chiltern beech woods around Henley on Thames blaze with colour as their leaves turn to red, deep brown and gold it signifies autumn's arrival.
If you've been inspired by Sir Bradley Wiggins, bicycle rides out in the open countryside over the summer or the Tour de France, the cycling holidays offered by Adler Resorts are made for you. Highlights include autumn mountain biking breaks in the Dolomites and a unique road racing opportunity in Tuscany in November.
The Momentum Ski event, in the very heart of the Alps, will return on January 9-12, 2015. Heston, renowned for his multi-sensory approach to cooking, heads up the event, which will lift off from his Perfectionists' Café in the new Terminal 2 at Heathrow.
The Mirandus Restaurant, located within Boutique Hotel Vivenda Miranda is the essential place to visit when in Lagos in the Algarve, for those that enjoy superb food in a beautiful and romantic setting, whether as a guest or visitor.
This year, Kent is leading the way in culture-led regeneration. The county's wealth of history and tradition, mixed with fantastic landscapes and scenery is seeing Kent's cultural offering drawing thousands of visitors from around the world.
Action-packed family October half-term breaks – offering non-stop fun and ‘all weather’ entertainment – is the offer at Woolacombe Bay Holiday Parks in Devon.
Head on an incredible Camino de Santiago adventure this Autumn with CaminoWays.com, the walking holiday specialists. With mild temperatures ideal for walking, October is one of the very best months of the year to experience the Camino.
A 900-year-old cathedral with the longest nave in the UK is set to become one of the oldest places in the country to host a flower festival.
Celebrate Halloween and the October half term from 25 October – 2 November with a host of spooky family events in Shakespeare’s England. Carve pumpkins, enjoy family ghost trails, learn how to make potions and spells or simply enjoy an autumnal walk.
As summer seems to get shorter and shorter, the ski resorts start gearing up for another successful winter season. Here’s a snapshot of the latest news for 2014-15 from across the Austrian Tirol region, including new hotels, improvements to ski lift infrastructure and tour operator additions.
Hedonistic Hiking has already created the perfect recipe for an idyllic, food-lovers’ holiday - a healthy and fun itinerary of walking through wonderful scenery, a generous helping of local seasonal produce, and of course an ample splash of wine to wash it all down.
Visitors to Mid and North Wales are being encouraged to park their car and take the train in a new sustainable transport and tourism initiative.
For Downton Abbey fans with drawing room envy, or who yearn for a snooker room, Cumbrian Cottages has some grand country houses where you can live like Lord Grantham, even if it is only for a weekend.
New England may have made a business out of its autumn foliage – there are websites and tour operators dedicated to watching the trees turn golden hues – but it's a long way for Europeans to go to simply admire leaves, which is why it's good to know it's not essential to cross the Atlantic to enjoy this annual phenomenon.
Dynamic and cosmopolitan Helsinki has seen some exciting new developments in 2014, raising the capital city’s global profile as a hub for culture, art, heritage and gastronomy. Some of the city’s most popular cultural sites have received makeovers and new attractions have been popping up all over the city.
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