Quirky Breaks Items
Leger Holidays have recently revealed the silliest travel inquiries that they have ever heard - including some from holidaymakers who seem to believe Disneyland Paris is a real Island.
Sonja, Thomas, Moritz, Luca and Momo are the hosts of a new 50 seat cafe, which opened in Vienna earlier this month. But they aren't people - they're cats.
The weather has been dampening British spirits for two weeks - and now it's even struck the British Asparagus Festival, which had to be cancelled due to an asparagus shortage - brought on by incessant rain and flooding.
A sliver jubilee fizzy drink called 'Jubilade' is just one of the quirky souvenirs visitors can see at the Jubilee Souvenir Exhibition - part of the Thames Diamond Jubilee Festival.
If you could choose anyone in the world to guide you around Europe, who would it be? In honour of Travel Talk on Twitter this week, we’ve rounded up the top five people we’d most like to have as a package tour guide on the ultimate weekend away.
Six per cent of loved up travellers admit to meeting on flights, as KML announces the launch of a 'Mile High' Facebook app, aimed at connecting travellers in the sky.
What's the weirdest thing you've ever tried to sneak through airport security? Travellers have been caught with everything from crustaceans, to live goldfish according to officials at London Stansted Airport.
Finland, like most Scandinavian countries, is that superb mix of the weird and the wonderful. 2011 is no different and provides visitors to Finland the perfect opportunity to find out just how weird and how wonderful the country really is. With a wide and diverse range of events and festivals taking place, why not make Finland your ideal short break destination this year.