‘A couple of jabs with a test and you should be able travel, just like most of Europe and the US are doing,’ argues travel veteran Paul Goldstein
According to caravan trader Robinsons Caravans, which has been operating in the industry for over 54 years, it saw a 20% increase in people buying their first caravans, which now accounts for around 35% of company sales.
In a world irrevocably changed, some things remain the same: we’re British and we’d happily spend 14 days in quarantine talking to nobody rather than say the wrong thing to one person once. So never mind the safety advice, here’s that all-important guide to the rules of etiquette after lockdown… Airplane armrests Once a warzone of bruised elbows and passive-aggressive posturing — and now the opposite. Repeat after us: "No, you have it. I’m fine in just this half of my seat, thanks." Tipping It w
‘We expect airlines to proactively provide passengers with information about their rights when flights are cancelled,’ says Civil Aviation Authority
The sound of lapping waves on the shoreline, huddles of children giggling as they hunt for sea life in the harbour and the smell of fresh seafood in the air – Great Britain is blessed with a vast and beautiful coastline, along which are dotted an abundance of quintessential seaside villages. With summer 2021 set to be yet another of staycations, while foreign travel remains alarmingly chaotic, and with the British weather (finally) playing ball and the mercury rising, now's the time to explore t
NSW takes on Tasmania with new multi-day walks in ‘extraordinary’ national parks. State government to spend $80m establishing treks, with the first – the Great Southern Walk – stretching from Sydney to Wollongong
The key dates on the travel roadmap Is it legal to go on an 'amber list' holiday? The latest rules on hotel stays Sign up to the Telegraph Travel newsletter Australia looks set to keep its borders closed to British visitors for the foreseeable future, the country’s prime minister has suggested. Speaking in Cornwall at the G7 summit, Scott Morrison said he “[will] continue to take an Australian path on [border restrictions] which protects the lives and livelihoods and learn from the experiences o
10 of Britain’s best pubs with rooms in spectacular walking country. Walk through gorgeous countryside, then head back for a pint, meal and somewhere to put your feet up
In July 1849, overpowered by superior French forces, Giuseppe Garibaldi, Italy’s legendary revolutionary hero, was forced to abandon his defence of the short-lived Republic of Rome. Nevertheless, he refused to surrender. Under cover of night, riding beside his pregnant wife, Anita, he led 4,000 volunteers to continue the struggle for national independence in the countryside. Hounded by the French and Austrian armies, the Garibaldini marched hundreds of miles through Umbria and Tuscany before fin
Blue Origin has sold the first seat aboard a New Shepherd rocket for $28 million — although the buyer remains mysterious.
‘A very hard line on international travel is being taken at the heart of government’ as the traffic light system continues to be assessed ahead of the summer holidays
Services linking Belfast City airport with Birmingham, East Midlands, Edinburgh, Exeter, Leeds Bradford and Manchester are all cancelled
From boots to base layers: the best walking gearBe ready for the elements with this selection of stylish and affordable walking clothes and footwear No sweat … start with a breathable ‘outer shell’. Photograph: Berghaus
The Man Who Pays His Way: How can anyone expect the UK to welcome back the 41 million international visitors who came to the UK for business or pleasure in 2019 in the next two years?
10 of the best walkers’ inns in the UKBase camp for the UK’s big walks, these atmospheric pubs have hosted Hillary, Wainwright and other legends The Wasdale Head Inn in the Lake District. Photograph: Peter Lane/Alamy