Food & Travel

  • LifestyleThe Telegraph

    The 10 best caving experiences in Britain

    Dark caverns, vaults, tunnels and mines are not everyone’s idea of a grand day out. The underworld has had a bad reputation since the ancient Greeks dubbed it Hades – the realm of the dead.

    6-min read
  • NewsThe Telegraph

    How Greece is going to war on cruise ships

    Lured by glorious beaches, world-class archaeological sites and comforting cuisine, some 33 million people visited Greece in 2023, around five million more than in 2022. According to the Greek National TourisM Organisation (GNTO), 2023 was also a landmark year for cruising in Greece, with seven million passengers visiting the country aboard 5,230 cruise ships, compared to 4.38 million passengers and 4,614 cruise ships in 2022.

    5-min read
  • BusinessThe Telegraph

    Flight cancelled or delayed? Here’s how to claim compensation

    If your flight to or from the UK or the EU is delayed or cancelled at the last minute you are not only legally entitled to be looked after by your airline, but may be due cash compensation too.

    11-min read
  • LifestyleThe Telegraph

    The 10 best beaches in Yorkshire, from seaside resorts to hidden bays

    Yorkshire’s coast is often thought of as bracing, and indeed the North Sea is a little cooler than the waters off the south coast. But thousands of families return year after year to cheerfully rush into the briny. Scarborough, for one, could claim to be the UK’s oldest seaside resort – visitors first came for its spa waters in the 17th century. But it’s the mix of jolly seaside towns with their bucket-and-spade beaches, ice cream parlours and amusement arcades, with picture-perfect fishing vill

    10-min read
  • LifestyleThe Telegraph

    How to have the ultimate break in Yorkshire, God’s own country

    It would be a cheap shot to say Yorkshire is England’s best county simply because it’s the largest. The latter is obviously true but what makes it such a cracking place to spend a weekend (preferably longer) is the variety. Take the scenery; not one but two National Parks: the sheep-and-dry-stone-wall-dotted Dales and the wild and horizon-stretching North York Moors. Plus, a swathe of beaches, breezy clifftop walks, thrilling waterfalls (including England’s highest single-drop waterfall) and wei

    11-min read
  • LifestyleThe Telegraph

    The 12 best restaurants in Yorkshire

    Yorkshire folk love their food: Yorkshire pudding, Yorkshire curd tart, Yorkshire dressed crab. Of course, they’re blessed with a fine natural larder: game from the moorlands, a coastline of fresh fish, Dales-reared lamb, Wensleydale cheese and rhubarb from the magical West Yorkshire triangle, to mention a few ingredients.

    11-min read
  • LifestyleThe Telegraph

    The 13 best things to do in Yorkshire

    As England’s largest county, you can expect Yorkshire to be a bit exceptional. It is England in miniature: high fells and moorland for wild walking; soft green valleys for timeless villages and sparkling rivers (waterfalls, too); a bracing coastline for family beaches and fossil-hunting; and rolling farmland dotted with romantic ruined abbeys and sprawling stately homes.

    12-min read