Ranging from silly stocking fillers to useful travel items, these gadgets tackle problems that every traveller will recognise. Some of them just make us smile at their novelty, even if we won’t be using
Forget yoga retreats. If you want to find yourself in south-east Asia, says Susan Smillie, try learning to dive in Thailand, jumping on a motorbike in Vietnam or just chilling in Cambodia I've been sitting
Fancy a city break that won't strip your savings to the bone? Head east, to Budapest. The Hungarian capital is the cheapest place in Europe for a short break, according to holiday rental site Housetrip.
It's not often in this world that a beach is truly "hidden" from the general public, certainly not a beach that's roughly 22 nautical miles from Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. And yet Hidden Beach (aka Playa
There’s something about watermelon—it just isn’t summer without it. But you can do more than just serve it in wedges or in a fruit salad. Paired with basil and feta, it becomes a savory salad, and paired
New York City's iconic hot dog carts are sharing increasingly crowded curbs with high-end food trucks dishing up Belgian waffles, Korean barbecue, gourmet whoopie pies and new interpretations of American
From an 18th-century lighthouse to an eccentric literary re-enactment, take advantage of the Irish capital’s free summertime offerings. Lonely Planet’s Ireland expert Fionn Davenport shares his tips for