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October half term fun in Shakespeare’s England!

October half term fun in Shakespeare’s England!

Shakespeare’s England is offering a host of fun inspired things to see and do during October half term from 22 – 30 October including plenty of spooky family events!

New luxury family hotel, Hotel Amarin, opens its doors in Rovinj

New luxury family hotel, Hotel Amarin, opens its doors in Rovinj

A new luxury family hotel, complete with a mini adrenaline park, sports facilities and interactive walls, has opened its doors for a soft launch, in the coastal town of Rovinj on the northern coast of Croatia.

Discover the Wild Highlands of Scotland

Discover the Wild Highlands of Scotland

A new BBC TV series ‘Highlands – Scotland’s Wild at Heart’ is the latest documentary set to take the country by storm, and it is narrated by actor Ewan Mc Gregor, who was born in the market town of Crieff in Perth and Kinross.

The most exclusive restaurant in Croatia launches at five-star Hotel Monte Mulini

The most exclusive restaurant in Croatia launches at five-star Hotel Monte Mulini

The most exclusive restaurant in Croatia, seating just two people in an intimate setting over looking the Lone bay, has launched at luxury boutique hotel, Hotel Monte Mulini.

Enjoy outstanding autumn golf at Spain's flagship resort

Enjoy outstanding autumn golf at Spain's flagship resort

A bastion of golf resorts for more than four decades, Spain's La Manga Club is famous worldwide as being a haven for golfers and is offering outstanding value on golf breaks this autumn and winter.

Get in the kew for a new luxurious picnic package from The London Helicopter

Get in the kew for a new luxurious picnic package from The London Helicopter

The London Helicopter has launched three exclusive new luxurious 'Kew Gardens Picnic Packages' offering a chance to see London from the air, a deluxe picnic box or indulgent hamper filled with all the treats needed for a sumptuous al fresco feast and the option of luxury transfers to and from the world-famous botanic gardens.

The last of the summer sun: Top 5 getaways

The last of the summer sun: Top 5 getaways

September is the new summer, when clever travellers take advantage of shoulder season rates, avoid the crowds and school holidays, and experience an unforgettable, sunny retreat.

Muse in Cumbria’s amazing museums and revel in their connections

Muse in Cumbria’s amazing museums and revel in their connections

Muse for a while in seven Cumbrian museums during inclement weather and rainy days will soon provide their own reward, according to the dynamic heritage group to which they all belong – Cumbria’s Living Heritage.

Retreat to Guernsey with new wellness packages

Retreat to Guernsey with new wellness packages

Less than an hour from the UK, Guernsey's spectacular scenery, fresh sea air, quiet roads and peaceful way of life make the island a restful destination for a short-break retreat.

Kebony sea pool for city swimmers

Kebony sea pool for city swimmers

Oslo is currently embarking upon one of the most adventurous harbour regeneration projects ever undertaken in Europe.

School holiday breaks in the New Forest

School holiday breaks in the New Forest

Even if you have arranged for some exotic family holiday overseas, the school summer break lasts a good six weeks so why not enjoy a few days in the New Forest when the UK weather is at its warmest?

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.

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!

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.