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Roxette makes Ischgl's season opening a joyride!

Roxette makes Ischgl's season opening a joyride!

Ischgl's five month long winter ski season will be launched on Saturday 26 November with an open air evening concert by pop duo Roxette.

Is your belly dancing for joy?

Is your belly dancing for joy?

Millions of people in the UK suffer from digestive problems, often in an embarrassed silence. There are a wide range of digestive disorders, from IBS, which will affect a third of the UK population at some point in their lives, to Crohn's disease, affecting 1 in 1000 people.

Keycamp's new Alpine retreat

Keycamp's new Alpine retreat

If you and the family are looking to escape the hustle and bustle, why not book a last minute getaway to Keycamp’s newest parc – Bella Austria, where you can enjoy the fresh Alpine air and breath-taking views of the Austrian countryside?

Can a cheap holiday be a quality holiday?

Can a cheap holiday be a quality holiday?

The words ‘cheap holidays’ usually conjure up a mental image of poor quality, concrete sky-rises on the Costas or being fenced in behind barbed wire at all-inclusive fortress-like hotels in Tunisia.

TAP inaugurates direct flights to Vienna

TAP Portugal has started direct operations to Vienna, the capital city of Austria.

Escape to Keycamp's new Alpine retreat

Escape to Keycamp's new Alpine retreat

Get away from it all this summer with Keycamp’s brand new parc – Bella Austria – where families can enjoy the spectacular views, chocolate box villages and outdoor adventures of the Alps with seven night breaks from just £404 per party.

Christmas on the slopes

Christmas on the slopes

Luxury ski specialist, Scott Dunn, is offering families a very special present this Christmas – a complimentary night for all Christmas week departures in all of its luxury chalets in Val d’Isère, Courchevel 1850, St Anton and Zermatt.

The Killers play out Ischgl's ski season

The Killers play out Ischgl's ski season

Late snow fell on Ischgl at the weekend as 15,000 fans rocked to The Killers in the Tirolean resort's Top of the Mountain season-closing concert on Saturday (30 April).

Austrian Airlines offers Vienna Airport shuttle service

Austrian Airlines presents a new ‘redservice’ - from now on, a total of eight vehicles sporting the distinctive Austrian design will take Austrian passengers quickly and comfortably from Vienna and the surrounding region to the Airport, and from the Airport into Vienna and surrounding areas.

Horse riding holidays in Austria and Spain

Horse riding holidays in Austria and Spain

The Riding Company is offering a selection of exciting new holidays for 2011.

Skiing holiday offers from Directski.com

For ski holiday bookings made before 2pm on February 1st Directski.com are offering free ski and boot hire with all holidays to the French Alps, saving around £72 per person, and half price lift passes for all Austrian ski holidays, saving around £50 per child and £91 per adult.

Ischgl’s riding high with The Killers booking

Ischgl’s riding high with The Killers booking

The top Tirolean resort of Ischgl has become one of the first ski resorts to have a fully storyboarded and directed TV advertisement screened in Britain - at the same time as booking one of the UK's favourite bands, The Killers, for the end of season concert on Saturday 30 April.

Sofitel launches luxury hotels in Vienna, Mauritius & Cambodia

Sofitel launches luxury hotels in Vienna, Mauritius & Cambodia

This week, Sofitel celebrates the opening of three new hotels around the world: Sofitel Vienna Stephansdom (Austria), Sofitel So Mauritius (Mauritius) and Sofitel Phnom Penh Phokeethra (Cambodia).

Exclusive offer for families skiing with under 5s

Exclusive offer for families skiing with under 5s

Skiing with children doesn't have to mean that parents won't get a holiday. With renowned childcare for children from just 4 months old, mums and dads can enjoy the slopes this winter with Scott Dunn's new 'Tots with Altitude' special offer for families with pre-school children.

Head east to halve the cost of family skiing

News that snow is falling in the Alps is likely to start a downhill dash by families to bag the best deals on a skiing holiday - especially as resort prices have risen by up to 15 per cent in Europe and North America, according to the Post Office Family Ski Resort Report 2010. However, cash-strapped families can halve the cost of their annual ski trip by swapping ski resorts and heading past the Alps to Bulgaria or Slovenia.