Last week U.S YouTube star Casey Neistat claimed that the new Emirates first-class suite was the best seat in the world. But aviation analyst Alex Macheras , from London, begs to differ.
Sarnano is in the shadow of the Sibillini Mountains in Italy’s Le Marche region. And author Stephen Phelps discovers that the town allows you to dine like a king for just £20.
The English Riviera is very much Agatha Christie country. Rosalyn Jeffery stayed at an Edwardian country retreat with views of the coastline of Torbay, which would have been to Poirot's taste.
Hotel Sassongher in Corvara, one of several satellite villages in the region is almost in touching distance of the jagged limestone spires that Unesco has granted World Heritage Site status.
A new study by travel search engine Skyscanner has revealed the places that are increasing in popularity but have seen a drop in the average flight price from the UK.
Iceland's Blue Lagoon is a spa created from a nearby geothermal power plant developed into one of the country’s biggest tourist attractions. Kay Burley visited on a freezing November day.
The stunning house in the small town of Bandol is called the Villa on the Rocks and also boasts five bedrooms, three bathrooms and amazing views of the sea and surrounding vineyards.
These dramatic pictures that have been snapped around the world form part of a eye-catching new book called Amazing Waves, that is aimed at surfers wanting to learn how to ride them.
New York City is packed with weird and wonderful places to visit, each with an amazing tale to tell. Here are five of the best that you don't usually hear about...
The MSC Meraviglia, which floats around the Mediterranean, has developed its own scent called Med, and has a shopping boulevard, which has the longest LED dome at sea.
Bansko, a three hour drive from Bulgarian capital Sofia, is perfect for a skiing break. Neil Clark went there for the first time in 2006 and was pleased to see so many new developments.
Taxpayers will fork out millions to realign Australia's mapping coordinates by 1.8m to align GPS maps with where the country actually is so driverless cars don't crash.
The Yas Links in Abu Dhabi has a wind-affected shoreline dotted with dangerous pin positions and attracts top sporting names such as Ian Poulter, Jimmy Anderson and Mike Tindall.
In the latest in our occasional series about readers’ holidays around the world, Dorothy Beedie and husband Bill go on an 11-night Highland Fling cruise around Britain aboard Saga Sapphire.
British artist Jason deCaires Taylor’s giant stone sculptures have been immersed off the coast of Grenada for more than a decade and have now taken on the form of an artificial reef.
National Geographic Traveller have come up with a list of the top nine places to jet off to for the perfect winter holiday whether it be searching for snow or finding sunnier climes.
The district of Hart, which includes the town of Fleet, is named the best place to live after scoring highly on factors including health and life expectancy, earnings crime rates and weather.
Eslington Villa in Gateshead is a large Victorian house on the outskirts of Newcastle. THE INSPECTOR stayed there and found it to be a thoroughly old-fashioned British hotel.
The Irish-based carrier was joint bottom of consumer group Which?'s annual survey of passenger satisfaction alongside Vuelling Airlines, with both getting a score of just 45%.
Joanna Hedrick, a counselor at Sacramento State University, has become an internet sensation in recent weeks thanks to her seasonal creations using gingko foliage.
fly to the moon. The criteria for what constitutes human spaceflight vary. The Fédération Aéronautique Internationale (FAI) Sporting Code for astronautics recognizes only flights that exceed an altitude of 100 kilometers (62 mi). In the United States, professional, military, and commercial astronauts who travel above an altitude of 50 miles (80 km) are awarded astronaut wings.
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