‘I’ve never been so unhappy to walk off a plane’: The Mail flies to Oregon on a Boeing 757 that’s been converted into a PRIVATE JET with lie-flat seats… for holidays around the world that cost £140,000

‘Another blini for your caviar, madame?’ I’m asked as we cruise above Iceland’s snow-capped mountains and I settle into my wide, Italian cream leather and walnut wood-finished throne. Around me, my fellow guests, all smartly dressed and brimming with excitement, are sipping on perfectly chilled Dom Perignon champagne vintage 2013 (costing more than £200 a … Read more

Benidorm holiday warning as Brits could be fined £1,000 over beach ban | Travel News | Travel

Holidaymakers heading to Benidorm have been warned they could face fines of up to £1,000 due to a new beach ban. The popular Spanish resort has put a blanket ban on people entering its beaches or swimming between midnight and 7am. Tourists are also not allowed to sleep on the sand during these hours, and … Read more

Marion Clignet, cofundadora tecnológica de Jelenew lanza el “Sprinters Jersey Lab”

– La campeona mundial y medallista olímpica Marion Clignet, cofundadora tecnológica de Jelenew lanza el “Sprinters Jersey Lab” Con 30 años de experiencia y dedicación al ciclismo, creando ropa de ciclismo verdaderamente hecha para mujeres WILMINGTON, Del., 1 de marzo de 2024 /PRNewswire/ — “Cuando tenía 22 años, me desperté en el suelo de una … Read more

Passengers could soon have to pay extra to request plane food before a flight

PASSENGERS could one day be charged to request meals before a flight. Airlines are already cracking down on a number of services they offer, with many charging for seat reservations, luggage and even checking in. 2 Lufthansa flight crew are calling for passengers to be charged for special mealsCredit: AFP But flight crew are now … Read more

When a Macau hydrofoil and Hong Kong ferry collided, capsizing the triple-decker ferry and injuring at least 21 people

When a Macau hydrofoil and Hong Kong ferry collided, capsizing the triple-decker ferry and injuring at least 21 people “Marine Department officers last night began an investigation into the cause of a collision which yesterday capsized a Cheung Chau ferry,” reported the South China Morning Post on March 3, 1977. “One of the more important … Read more

Fed up of being stuck in traffic jams? Soon you could FLY right over them! £235,000 flying car can take off at any time to skip the queue – and could go on sale as early as 2025

Fed up of being stuck in traffic jams? Soon you could fly right over them in a £235,000 electric car. Unlike most of its rivals, Alef Aeronautics’ Model A can actually be driven around like a normal car on the streets. But it is also packed with propellors in the bonnet and boot that allow … Read more

Europe’s most overcrowded tourist destinations | Travel News | Travel

From tourist taxes to visitor quotas, several of Europe’s top holiday destinations are trying to combat overtourism.  But where are Europe’s most overcrowded destinations?  A study from the team at holidu found the cities with the highest number of tourists to residents.  Have you been to an overcrowded European city this year? Share your experience … Read more

Miles Partnership Selected as United States Agency of Record for Tahiti Tourisme

SARASOTA, Fla., Feb. 29, 2024 /PRNewswire/ — Miles Partnership, a leading tourism marketing consultancy, is pleased to announce its selection by Tahiti Tourisme as the official agency of record for consumer, trade and public relations services in the United States.  Miles Partnership has more than 60 years of marketing experience in the tourism industry, and … Read more

The quaint town with the UK’s best fish and chips, 800 year old castle and annual cheese festival

THERE is no better way to end a busy day on holiday than with some good old fish and chips. And the “best fish ‘n’ chips in the country” can be found in a quaint Welsh town. 3 Caerphilly’s leaning tower is at a jauntier angle than the leaning tower of PisaCredit: Alamy 3 Ship … Read more

Fascinating footage of an abandoned McDonald’s in a remote Alaskan ghost town reveals just how much fast food chain has raised its prices since 1993

Located on a far-flung island in Alaska sits a McDonald’s seemingly frozen in time, with the original drive-thru menu still on display and the interiors untouched from the day it closed in 1993.  Canadian videographer and photographer Chris Luckhardt recently paid a visit to the abandoned fast food restaurant on Adak and he documented what … Read more