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Lesser-known summer resorts for families in the Austrian Tirol

Lesser-known summer resorts for families in the Austrian Tirol

Some of the most well-known and best-loved summer resorts for British families, such as Scheffau or Ellmau in the Wilder Kaiser and Alpbach in the Alpbachtal, continue to appeal year-on-year.

Walking & Yoga in the Atlas Mountains

Walking & Yoga in the Atlas Mountains

Satvada Retreats has created a holiday combining walking and yoga in the peaceful environs of the High Atlas Mountains of Morocco. The small-group break (max. 14 people) is suitable for all levels of ability and is from 7-12 November.

Garonga Safari Camp in South Africa is reborn

Garonga Safari Camp in South Africa is reborn

In the tourism industry there are refurbs – and then there are REFURBS! And Garonga's recent 3-month makeover has on all accounts been more like a rebirth!

Failure to take cover at festival could leave you £268 out of pocket

UK festival goers are risking hundreds of pounds worth of valuables, as many admit they don’t have cover for gadgets and personal belongings taken outside the home.

Last minute glamping escape to France

Last minute glamping escape to France

UK glamping specialist France Break still has some summer school holiday availability for those who have got so wrapped up in the referendum debate, that they have forgotten to book!

Festival goers spend up to £9.3 billion just for Instagram image

UK festival goers are set to spend an average of £179 on clothes and accessories– close to the cost of a 2016 Glastonbury ticket – just to create the perfect festival image for Instagram, according to new research from B, the new money management app.

Walk away from the referendum in the Wye Valley

Walk away from the referendum in the Wye Valley

If you are sick and tired of all the waffle on both sides of the referendum debate, then why not escape from the endless rhetoric with a walking break in the Wye Valley?

Seven San Francisco museums where the food is as good as the art

Seven San Francisco museums where the food is as good as the art

An art museum is as much about the experience as it is about the individual exhibits themselves. The sights and sounds - the overall ambiance - can help create a memorable visit to a place of inspiration and creativity.

Explore Georgia in 12 days

Explore Georgia in 12 days

Discover the charms of Georgia on Travel The Unknown’s 12-day small group ‘Georgia Explorer’ trip, departing 13 October 2016.

Euro 2016: Where the teams are staying

Euro 2016: Where the teams are staying

Euro 2016 has kicked off, with 24 nations battling over the next month to be crowned champions of Europe.

Football fans travelling to France set to spend an average of £2,836 each

With the 2016 UEFA European Championship in France starting on Friday, new analysis from Sainsbury’s Bank Travel Money indicates that for UK football fans to travel to France and follow all of the group stage games of one of the home nation teams, it will cost them between £2,771 and £2,888 – depending on who they are supporting.

British families fork out more than two and a half months’ salary on summer break

The average British family will spend two and a half months’ wages on their summer holiday, according to new research by shopping website with a heart, Give as you Live.

Top active breaks in the Austrian Tirol

Top active breaks in the Austrian Tirol

Now the snow has melted away, the mountains show a different side and open up a multitude of summer activities. Here are 5 of the best breaks for summer 2016, including an Alpine Sports Week in the Wilder Kaiser, Tirol’s first Yoga Festival in St Anton am Arlberg, an e-biking festival, a new wakeboarding area at Area47 and a new self-guided hike with HF Holidays.

Mindfulness for Wellbeing Weekend, Norfolk

Mindfulness for Wellbeing Weekend, Norfolk

Yoga and mindfulness holiday specialist Satvada Retreats, has created a three-night break called Mindfulness for Wellbeing Weekend, which is based at meticulously converted barns, set in 21 acres, within the heart of the rolling countryside of rural Norfolk.

Brits don't have any reservations in backing the home nations at the Euros

Brits aren’t on the ball when it comes to making plans for this summer’s EUROs, according to new research by Churchill Insurance.