Epic road trips across vast prairies, luxury rail journeys through mountain ranges and a fabulous choice of ski resorts – these are the obvious holiday options when heading to Canada. But travellers risk missing the country’s most exciting places – its cities.
Holiday rentals don’t get much more enchanting than this – a ‘Bearbnb’ inspired by the Winnie the Pooh house. The abode is available on Airbnb and was designed by Disney-appointed Winnie the Pooh illustrator Kim Raymond, who has been drawing the beloved
Not since 1985 have I put paintbrush to canvas. That was when my long-suffering art teacher at school, Miss Miller, politely agreed with me that I shouldn’t do art O-level. Fast-forward to 2021 and I’m tempted to make up for lost time
‘Hello? Is that the German Embassy? Can I check your quarantine rules and digital entry registration, please?’ Forget planning a holiday, it was more like staging a heist. In a global pandemic. With George Smiley for a travel agent. But then it’s
These stunning images have been taken by the high-flyers of the photography world. They are some of the top shots in the Drone Awards 2021 – ‘the most important international contest of aerial photography’. Hyperbole? Probably not. The overall winner is a
My husband summered on Elba as a child, and for years we followed suit, driving onto the ferry in a car crammed with blown-up dinosaurs and eager children. When I was writing Lizzie and Dante, I thought of the island as a
Holidaymakers are poised for a huge boost as ministers indicated that double-jabbed travellers will no longer have to take expensive PCR Covid tests when returning to the UK. Health Secretary Sajid Javid insisted the rules will not stay in place ‘a second
How long is your bucket list? It’s one short if you haven’t stayed in a balcony sea-view room at The Grand Brighton. Trust me. It’s a sensational seaside experience. Especially with a glass of fizz to hand while taking in the view.
Secret staircases, heart-shaped islands, epic icebergs and fairy-tale castles. Scrolling through photographer Peter Rajkai’s Instagram feed is a journey of discovery, a photographic tour of some of the world’s most incredible landscapes and architectural treasures. And always captured in mesmerising style –
‘Citrus groves have been turned into movie lots, ravines flattened and filled, and the glittering high-rises of downtown have replaced the old Victorian buildings.’ So states Los Angeles Then and Now, a book that chronicles LA’s fascinating transformation and evolution since the
The surreptitious exchange is taking place a quarter of a mile away. Through the telescopic sight on top of my black Remington rifle, I get the target in my crosshairs. Marcus, my spotter, looks through his scope and recommends a slight adjustment