If the idea of stepping back in time, responding to those ever-present pleas of 'Oh, it's not like it used to be...' and indulging in a somewhat slower pace of life has some holiday appeal, then follow the advice of Iain Robertson, rent a 'classic' and tour in the old fashioned way
The third largest city in Europe is about as cosmopolitan as they come, yet it is packed with a fantastic history, boasts attractions aplenty and things to do for young and old, writes Manitas Figueira, who adores his home city of Madrid.
Tasting the wilderness on a near-European landscape by indulging in winter sports with Alpine style in abundance is what turns on Matthew Black every other year but, this time, he has gone the whole hog
Europe's westernmost capital, located on the estuary of the river Tagus on Europe's Atlantic seaboard, Lisbon is enjoying a growing reputation as a must-see destination and leading choice for an autumn break.
Just like the Monty Python set scripted into the hyste/histo-rical film, 'The Life of Brian', for just what do we have to thank the Romans? It does seem as though we have to be grateful to them for quite a bit of what has developed into a common and civilised society, a factor about which Harry Merryweather is utterly delighted
Taking in three separate areas in one tour of the eastern seaboard seemed like such a fantastic idea to Iain Robertson, whose fascination for travelling around much of North America is seemingly without bounds...and the delivery was even better than expectations.
Having spent a delightful time at the Hollands Wood campsite, located in the New Forest, Hampshire, Jean Butler felt that its location, set in 22 hectares of ancient oak woodland and heathland, is picturesque and its greatest attraction