Low deposit holidays for the end of lockdown, from from New York breaks to villa stays in Spain

Get on a flexible road to freedom: The low-deposit summer holidays with rock-bottom prices you can change if things go wrong, from New York breaks to villa stays in Spain A £75 deposit secures a three-night New York break with flights in the autumn Pay £137pp now to reserve a stunning villa amidst the rolling hills … Read more

Discovering Croatia comforts all year round, from fantastic beaches to Christmas markets

With a beautiful coastline that stretches for more than 1,000 miles and home to picturesque towns and cities, Croatia makes for a perfect holiday destination, whatever the time of year.  SUMMER Even during the busiest months, Croatia’s huge number of islands means nowhere feels totally overrun. Brac and Losinj are great options for families, with … Read more

Exclusive for Mail on Sunday readers: Meet top British authors as you cruise the Danube 

Exclusive for Mail on Sunday readers: Meet top British authors as you cruise the Danube By Mail on Sunday Reporter Published: 22:01 GMT, 27 February 2021 | Updated: 22:01 GMT, 27 February 2021 Imagine mingling with some of your favourite authors while enjoying wonderful food and drink, and beautiful landscapes along the way!  Now you … Read more

The best UK boltholes for a get-together including one in the Cornish village set to host Joe Biden

Not everyone is rushing to head overseas. Staycations are booking up fast for this summer and autumn — on the assumption that we’ll be sticking to Boris’s road map. If you’re keen to reunite with loved ones in the UK, here are some fabulous options for multi-generational breaks… CAPTIVATING CORNWALL Host a family get-together at … Read more

Get out of town for some relaxation: Surrey Hills in one of the area’s most luxurious hotels

When lockdown eases we are getting out of town for some relaxation amid the gorgeous Surrey Hills in one of the area’s most luxurious hotels By MailOnline Reporter Published: 18:48 GMT, 26 February 2021 | Updated: 18:49 GMT, 26 February 2021 Tired of waking up to the same old cityscape and the noisy hustle and … Read more

Former Bond girl Britt Ekland talks about travelling, including the joy of silk eye masks

Former Bond girl Britt Ekland talks about travelling, including the joy of silk eye masks, the Swedish coast and the time a priest calmed her down on a rocky flight to New York By Richard Webber For The Daily Mail Published: 15:55 GMT, 26 February 2021 | Updated: 15:55 GMT, 26 February 2021 Former Bond … Read more

UK’s most popular foreign holiday destinations: Spain still tops chart

Spain may need plenty of cava in stock for June, July and August, because it’s the holiday destination Britons most want to visit for a post-lockdown summer getaway, according to data from a flight search site. Following the Prime Minister revealing his roadmap out of lockdown for England, Skyscanner delved into its databanks and kept … Read more

The holiday destinations Britons most want to visit this summer, and it’s SPAIN that’s No1

Spain may need plenty of cava in stock for June, July and August, because it’s the holiday destination Britons most want to visit for a post-lockdown summer getaway, according to data from a flight search site. Following the Prime Minister revealing his roadmap out of lockdown for England, Skyscanner delved into its databanks and kept … Read more

Qantas to resume international travel by October 31 to Los Angeles, London, Singapore

Qantas will be flying travellers overseas as early as October 31 as the airline giant gets set to resume international flights.  Alan Joyce, the flying kangaroo airline’s chief executive, said travel would resume to 22 of the 25 destinations, including Los Angeles, London, Singapore and Johannesburg, despite a South African strain. New York, Santiago and Osaka … Read more

There’s nowhere better to start a post-lockdown party than the home of champagne

Nothing says celebration quite like champagne. The region that gives the drink its name makes a fascinating place to visit, with its corduroy-striped vineyards, endless miles of underground cellars and passageways (125 miles beneath Reims alone), and an intriguing past, dating back to Roman times. Whether you want to focus on the fizz or add … Read more