Eat, drink, and be merry… and have the added bonus of a beautiful town and centuries of history, all set in a glorious location.
Dorset, for me, has an appeal different to anywhere else in England. Its gently rolling hills, pretty stone-built villages and, most of all, the dramatic coastline, are captivating and enticing.
Having visited and studied Normandy’s Second World War history in some detail, including producing two award-winning documentaries for the BBC, it’s an
Portugal is well known as a land of great wines, relaxing holidays, and superb beaches. City breaks to Lisbon and Porto are also popular, as are golfing and horse-riding trips.
Filling a huge area of southwest Germany, the Black Forest is home to outstanding scenery, pretty villages, cascading waterfalls
They may not be as high as the Alps or the Pyrenees, but for the thousands who head to north Wales each year, Snowdonia is the perfect place to visit the mountains.
When I first mentioned I was going to Sharjah, the main comment from my friends was, “Where’s that?” Some thought it was in India, another that it was “near
Since joining the European Union, Poland has seen a rise in popularity amongst travellers from western Europe, including those from the UK.