Travel Headlines

Venice seeks ban on noisy suitcases

BAGGAGE: Venice council is becoming increasingly worried about "growing noise pollution" f...

The week in numbers


is the age that channel tunnel train Eurostar turned this week and is celebrating with a sale on fares for its customers.

Travel News

Belgium's siesta bar for sleepyheads

BAR: Welcome to PAUZzzz, Brussel's first bar that allows you to take a quick break from the trials a...

Issue of the week

A teacher's winter fairy tale

We've uncovered a winter treat for hardworking teachers this week! A ski company is offering our country's educators a 25% discount on ski holidays...

Compare all of our partners' offers

  • Flights
  • Hotels
  • Flight + Hotel
  • Private Rentals
  • Cars
  • Holidays



    Seven nights in heaven

    From £653

    7 nights departing from Manchester on 20 August 2015 staying in the 5T ClubHotel Riu Karamboa in...

    Holiday Idea

    Go self-catered to Turkey

    From £226

    7 nights departing from Birmingham on 11 September 2015 staying in the 3T Club Evin in Turkey...

    The world in 252 destinations

    AfricaNorth AmericaSouth AmericaAsiaCaribbeanEuropeMiddle EastOceania Travel guide

    Easyvoyage brings you a unique travel guide written by our editorial team.

    Find out more about United Kingdom



    Subscribe to the newsletter!


    Keep up to date with the latest deals and exclusive offers!


    Carnevale di Venezia 2015

    Before the serious business of Lenten fasting can begin on Ash Wednesday, Venice decides that its souls would be best served by ten days of opulent feasting, the likes of which Cassanova himself...

    Travel Tips

    What APD tax means for you

    Air Passenger Duty (APD) is a tax which is due on chargeable passengers being carried from a UK airport on a chargeable aircraft and applies to passengers carried on board an aircraft of 5.7...

    Travel products of the week

    • Book Book Travel Journal


      Book Book Travel Journal Though 'vintage books' are hardly the accessories du jour, you have to admire the old-fashioned tomfoolery behind TwelveSouth's made-for-Mac invention. An iPad case designed to mimic a hardback anthology, the Book Book Travel Journal is a modern take on the hollow book safe used by the likes of James Bond and Andy Dufresne. Only, its contents are more likely to be technological paraphernalia than life-threatening ...

    • Cosy up with Lomography this winter!


      Cosy up with Lomography this winter! Lomography, the analog camera brand that has been taking the world by storm since 1992, with its various toy-look cameras that shoot in polaroid style, and the takeover continues with brand new winter editions: La Sardina St. Moritz and Diana F+ Chamonix. The two new edition cameras have a pretty Scandinavian snowflake winter blue and red pattern knit for the winter season, and both are wide-angled ...

    • The Grand Tour


      The Grand Tour For years and years we have been told not to judge a book by its cover. Although this is a sound philosophy, it doesn't really work with this particular publication. The front cover of The Grand Tour sports a photograph of the perfectly white marble domes of the Taj Mahal, one equally impressive as the extensive collection found inside the book. Written by Austrian-born, Australian architect Harry ...

    • Muscle Shoals


      Muscle Shoals On a recent trip to the United States, our journalist Neil Kreeger found himself walking down the street in Mobile, Alabama when he walked past the charming Crescent Theatre on Dauphin Street. As luck would have it, the cinema's owner happened to be standing outside and, after a five-minute conversation, had persuaded Neil to come back later that evening to watch a two-hour documentary about how a ...

    • Modern Vampires of the City by Vampire Weekend


      Modern Vampires of the City by Vampire Weekend After their sellout UK tour dates last week, including two nights at London's O2 Arena, we look at Vampire Weekend's latest offering Modern Vampires of the City. To look at them, the four New Yorkers that form Indie-pop sensation Vampire Weekend are just a group of preppy, privileged white boys dressed head to toe in Ralph Lauren and playing guitars. And although they did meet matriculating at Colombia ...

    • Crosley Cruiser Turntable

      Crosley Cruiser Turntable What with the technological revolution having more or less wiped out traditional records, you can bet your bottom dollar that they'll always be someone, somewhere preparing for a vinyl revival. For now, veteran American company Crosley are dominating the contemporary market, with their portable turntables in a colour range diverse enough to challenge that of Apple's pervasive iPods - even if that ...

    • Tombées du camion

      Tombées du camion Were its trinkets really as bootlegged as its name ('fell off the back of a lorry') suggests, we would have assumed that this little Montmartre establishment wouldn't have lasted the ten years it has. A refuge for unwanted and unclaimed bits and bobs, Tombées du Camion is a kaleidoscopic museum of the old, the newer, the strange and the strangely banal (check out the dentist mirrors), all masterfully ...


    Tour the Baltic capitals in style

    From £2014

    NCL's brightest star, Norwegian Star a $400 million supership, built expressly with Freestyle Cruising in mind, offers 10 remarkable...

    Short break

    Explore the Irish Christmas Markets

    From £399

    The Fred Olsen Boudicca is an elegant ship that offers passengers amazing ocean views through its large stylish windows....

    The News in Pictures

      previous picture following picture