Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) has members in 15 countries and throughout October 2016 is promoting a worldwide campaign, Plan a Cruise Month.
Bumbling about in Brighton is always fun. To find out where to go and what to do there I turned to Jools Stone, a freelance travel, music and arts writer, for the lowdown about his home town.
Cindy Crawford stands radiating glamour a couple of metres in front of me. Fellow supermodel Eva Herzigova struts assuredly by amidst a posse of people pointing cameras. Meanwhile, smiling and looking relaxed, Milla Jovovich jokes with a woman who wants to join her for a selfie. Like me, they are in Rotterdam for the opening of the exhibition Peter Lindbergh: A Different Vision of Fashion Photography.
Malton is a small market town 17 miles north-east of York. It is building a reputation as a destination for foodies. Tom Naylor-Leyland is the founder and director of the Malton Food Lovers Festival. Tom’s family has owned land in and around the town for more than 300 years.
From 26 to 29 August 2016 30 rigged sailing ships will moor in Blyth, Northumberland. Participating in the North Sea Tall Ships Regatta, the vessels will then depart in a race to Gothenburg, Sweden.
Serendipity is a wonderful thing. A chance meeting while walking a heritage trail in the town of Bay Roberts in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, resulted in me meeting former mayor Glenn Littlejohn.
In 1975 Burntcoat Head in Nova Scotia, Canada, entered The Guinness Book of Records as the place where the world’s highest average tide was recorded. The difference in the water level between low and high tide was measured at 47.5 feet—around 14.50 metres.
Few bridges match the romantic ambiance of Prague’s picturesque Charles Bridge. The structure is one of the best-loved landmarks in the Czech Republic and spans the River Vltava between the Malá Strana district, the site of the city’s vast castle, and the Staré Město, Prague‘s Old Town.
Regina is the provincial capital of Saskatchewan in Canada. Search the internet and you’ll see it has produced a string of talented ice hockey players who have made it into the NHL. Yet it’s uniforms of a different type that draw many visitors to Regina.
For more than 20 years Johanna von Hassell has lived in the city of Erfurt, in Thuringia, Germany. I chatted with Johanna on Erfurt’s Domplatz (Cathedral Square) while munching on a mustard-smothered bratwurst, a traditional Thuringian type of sausage whose heritage can be traced to the early 1400s.