The Nevada you never knew existed

Nevada offers a whole host of off-the-beaten-track experiences to appeal to savvy travellers looking to explore the US away from the tourist trail. Holidaymakers heading to the State can take a trip along the loneliest road in America, discover relics from the silver mining boom, visit tiny wild-west towns and be blown away by the breath-taking scenery in the Great Basin National Park

Try Canal Boating for Free at National Open Day

Become a pirate, crew a canal boat, learn the boating lingo, watch wildlife and discover the amazing places to visit on the nation's beautiful waterways for FREE. On Sunday 15 April 2018, 11am to 4pm, Drifters Waterway Holidays and the Canal & River Trust are offering people the chance to try canal boating for free at 19 locations across England and Wales

Spot basking sharks and seabirds this spring in South East Cornwall

Spring in South East Cornwall means the return of basking sharks as the plankton starts to bloom

Life's more than a beach for the family in Murcia

The Spanish region of Murcia continues to surge in popularity as a family holiday destination for UK travellers.
Aside from the stunning beaches, the Costa Cálida - the warm coast - boasts a wealth of activities, culture and history to keep all ages amused

The Devonshire Arms at Beeley

Devonshire Arms at Beeley is located on the Chatsworth Estate, which is owned by the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire

Macdonald Berystede Hotel, Ascot Berkshire

At the end of a long, dry January, it was a treat to stay at the Macdonald Berystede Hotel & Spa in Ascot

Easter Family Fun at London Transport Museum

Visit London Transport Museum this Easter for family-friendly activities that help young ones discover the fascinating world of STEM subjects in a playful fun environment, from building a tunnel using foam rings to creating new landscapes using recycled objects

Picasso's Masterpieces

50 works from the artist's private collection will be exhibited from November 10th 2017 to May 6th 2018 in Genoa, in cooperation with the famous Musee Picasso in Paris

Lake Como Becomes Europe's first electric lake

Italy's breathtaking Lake Como has become the first "electric" destination in Europe thanks to a pioneering new initiative designed to reduce pollution and facilitate the easy use of electric cars, bikes and boats for the first time

Discover hidden Italy

Head off the beaten track, avoid the crowds and see more of Italy in 2018 with HF Holidays

New National Forest Festival 'Timber' reveals experiences, premieres and line-up for July event

Major new festival exploring the transformative impact of forests has revealed the programme of artists, performers and areas festivalgoers will adventure through for its inaugural edition this July.

Blenheim Palace family cycling day

Families and keen cyclists are invited to enjoy a once a year opportunity on Sunday 12 August to cycle around the picturesque Parkland of Blenheim Palace, UNESCO World Heritage Site. Bring your bicycles (and helmets) and cycle around the spectacular Lake and over the Grand Bridge, take in the scenery and fresh air, stop for a picnic and make it a day to remember!

The Man Engine

See the colossal engineering miracle 'Man Engine' at Blists Hill Victorian Town on Saturday 14th April

The Seychelles Islands: More accessible and affordable than ever

Fancy a holiday that won't cost a fortune? With new transport and accommodation options, the Seychelles is more affordable and accessible than ever. Now the whole family can enjoy 115 spotless islands, the planet's purest air, and a perfect climate year-round -without breaking the bank

Light my fire

Old and new romance is a reason to celebrate in the idyllic Seychelles

Ski-Daddle to the Slopes This Easter

With many schools enjoying two weeks' holiday over Easter, there is ample opportunity to hop, ski and slide over to the sunny French Alps

Whale watching tour

A visit to Iceland without a whale watching tour wouldn't be complete. Elding are a family company who have combined an interest in wildlife, the sea, and people, and have successfully united those interests to the advantage of both tourists and local people