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Telegraph
15/07/2020 04:48:00 AM
16 amazing post-lockdown family summer holidays A European summer holiday is back on the cards for Brits
Has the ferry to France lost its romantic appeal? I took the service to Calais to find out For generations of Britons, this simple journey across the Channel has been the gateway to Europe
A postcard from Ibiza, where dancing is banned and masks are mandatory – but nature is thriving The island has been reclaimed by birds and locals, who are making the most of fine weather and few crowds
Western Europe has created an accidental travel bubble
Travel latest: Take a holiday in Britain this summer, says Boris Johnson
How travel to Europe will change after Brexit, from passport queues to data roaming charges
An overnight getaway in the UK is the new weekend in Rome
Mapped: The 23 countries you can actually visit right now
What if Covid-19 spoils my holiday? Key questions answered, from cancellations to second spikes
How to get travel insurance should you choose to ignore Foreign Office advice
What happens if a guest in your hotel tests positive?
Can I visit Greece? Latest travel advice as second lockdown considered
Spas reopen today: these are the new coronavirus rules
ByCharlotte Johnstone 13 Jul 2020, 3:48pm
What I learnt about the return of UK tourism after a day out in Windsor "I felt really emotional when we opened the gates this morning," said one Legoland employee. "We've spent months preparing for this moment."
From 'stay away' to welcome back: A postcard from the Lake District as tourism restarts
10 of Britain's coolest campsites
England's best secret beaches
I spent four months stranded 10,000 miles from home – in a caravan called Deirdre How Ben Aitken came to spend lockdown in Australia with no brown sauce and a book deadline to hit
Come to southern France, for a normal holiday amongst the fearless French
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Thailand's holiday hotspots have become dystopian ghost towns
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Richard Marx: 'I helped subdue a traveller with air rage' The singer on air rage, getting married in Aspen, and his boyhood infatuation with Australia
Alison Goldfrapp: 'On my first American driving holiday, people kept asking if I wanted to buy a gun' The singer on night swims, magical rocks and American gun culture
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Can I visit Croatia? Latest travel advice as quarantine dropped for UK arrivals The country is welcoming back holidaymakers and Britons are not required to self-isolate on their return
What if Covid-19 spoils my holiday? Key questions answered, from cancellations to second spikes Summer holidays are happening after all. Heres our troubleshooting guide in case you take the plunge and things go wrong
Can I visit Greece? Latest travel advice as second lockdown considered Greece is exempt from the FCO advice against non-essential international travel, and direct flights from the UK will restart on July 15
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15/07/2020 04:48:01 AM
16 amazing post-lockdown family summer holidays A European summer holiday is back on the cards for Brits
Has the ferry to France lost its romantic appeal? I took the service to Calais to find out For generations of Britons, this simple journey across the Channel has been the gateway to Europe
A postcard from Ibiza, where dancing is banned and masks are mandatory – but nature is thriving The island has been reclaimed by birds and locals, who are making the most of fine weather and few crowds
Western Europe has created an accidental travel bubble
Travel latest: Take a holiday in Britain this summer, says Boris Johnson
How travel to Europe will change after Brexit, from passport queues to data roaming charges
An overnight getaway in the UK is the new weekend in Rome
Mapped: The 23 countries you can actually visit right now
What if Covid-19 spoils my holiday? Key questions answered, from cancellations to second spikes
How to get travel insurance should you choose to ignore Foreign Office advice
What happens if a guest in your hotel tests positive?
Can I visit Greece? Latest travel advice as second lockdown considered
Spas reopen today: these are the new coronavirus rules
What I learnt about the return of UK tourism after a day out in Windsor "I felt really emotional when we opened the gates this morning," said one Legoland employee. "We've spent months preparing for this moment."
From 'stay away' to welcome back: A postcard from the Lake District as tourism restarts
10 of Britain's coolest campsites
England's best secret beaches
I spent four months stranded 10,000 miles from home – in a caravan called Deirdre How Ben Aitken came to spend lockdown in Australia with no brown sauce and a book deadline to hit
Come to southern France, for a normal holiday amongst the fearless French
Life behind the 'Pandemic Wall'
Thailand's holiday hotspots have become dystopian ghost towns
Ultimate ItinerariesRead more Our experts have devised perfect two-week itineraries for the world's finest destinations, from China to Costa Rica. 
My Life in TravelRead more
Simon Schama: 'Brazil is a heaven and hell of a country' The historian on dodging tear gas in Paris and a place of mind-blowing beauty in Britain
Lionel Shriver: 'The country at the top of my bucket list is Japan' The novelist on travelling for literary festivals, walking in Brooklyn and collecting animal bones
Richard Marx: 'I helped subdue a traveller with air rage' The singer on air rage, getting married in Aspen, and his boyhood infatuation with Australia
Alison Goldfrapp: 'On my first American driving holiday, people kept asking if I wanted to buy a gun' The singer on night swims, magical rocks and American gun culture
48 Hours in...Read more Our destination experts suggest a perfect weekend in their home city, including what to see and do, where to stay and where to eat.
48 hours in . . . Paris, an insider guide to the City of Lights
48 hours in . . . Dubrovnik, an insider guide to the magnificent walled city on the Adriatic
48 hours in . . . Prague, an insider guide to the Golden City
48 hours in . . . Istanbul, an insider guide to the city of two continents
On board easyJet's first post-lockdown flight We are all wearing face coverings, ranging from hospital-grade face masks to ahem a repurposed sock
Airlines are ditching first class – will Covid-19 kill the front cabin? Qantas, Singapore Airlines and Lufthansa have all scratched the offering
We've been duped into thinking domestic air travel is normal For every plane kept in the sky by the Government, we're siphoning money away from rail, road and cycling infrastructure
World's largest passenger plane stripped of seats to make way for cargo A slump in passenger demand makes vast aircraft harder to fill
Spain's parador hotels – the country's best-kept secrets – are back in business The state-run chain, often located in buildings of historic interest or at sites of outstanding natural beauty, are welcoming guests again
Britain's best country house hotels for a glorious post-lockdown staycation
The 25 best European city breaks – and where to stay post-lockdown
Our travel experts reveal their top staycation picks for the summer
The best hotels in...Read more
30 beautiful places you won't believe are in Britain
Family holidays before the arrival of health and safety
Remote hotels in amazing locations
Food and wine holidays
Safari and wildlife holidays
Collapse of Baltic line caps off a torrid week for the cruise industry New failure, coupled with FCO advice against all cruise holidays, raises fresh doubts about the industry's future
The prettiest canal boat holidays as UK demand soars 13 Jul 2020, 1:14pm
What happens when a cruise ship is sent to be scrapped? 11 Jul 2020, 1:30pm
Where can we cruise once travel restrictions are lifted? 11 Jul 2020, 10:03am
Snow and skiRead more
Loss of Eurostar service is the worst thing that could happen to ski holidays right now Eurostar's decision to cancel its direct service to the slopes has left skiers without their much-loved eco-friendly alternative to flying
Will I be able to go skiing next winter? A country-by-country guide to Covid restrictions in ski resorts as travel corridors introduced 10 Jul 2020, 11:30am
Is it safe to book a ski holiday for next winter? 10 Jul 2020, 11:00am
What it's like to ski in the Alps post-lockdown 9 Jul 2020, 12:43pm
Popular destinationsRead more
Where to stay in Portugal – the safest regions (and places to avoid) when you can travel again Expert advice on where to book a holiday in Portugal in 2020 as soon as travel restrictions lift
Western Europe has created an accidental travel bubble As we leave the EU, we have entered a new European travel bloc, and its founding principle is a high prevalence of Covid-19
Spas reopen today: these are the new coronavirus rules The Government has given the go-ahead for spas to reopen, but thing will be different
Where to stay in Copenhagen as Denmark reopens to UK tourists quarantine-free
I spent four months stranded 10,000 miles from home – in a caravan called Deirdre How Ben Aitken came to spend lockdown in Australia with no brown sauce and a book deadline to hit
Where to stay in Germany – the safest regions, and places to avoid now you can travel quarantine-free Expert advice on where to book a holiday in Germany in 2020 as soon as travel restrictions lift
Can I visit Turkey? Latest travel advice as quarantine dropped for UK arrivals The latest advice on planning a holiday in Turkey for 2020, including expert tips on where to stay
Can I visit Scotland? A guide to travel rules north of the border Hotels and restaurants are set to return as restrictions are relaxed, but the tourist board still urges caution
Can I visit Croatia? Latest travel advice as quarantine dropped for UK arrivals The country is welcoming back holidaymakers and Britons are not required to self-isolate on their return
What if Covid-19 spoils my holiday? Key questions answered, from cancellations to second spikes Summer holidays are happening after all. Heres our troubleshooting guide in case you take the plunge and things go wrong
Can I visit Greece? Latest travel advice as second lockdown considered Greece is exempt from the FCO advice against non-essential international travel, and direct flights from the UK will restart on July 15
Hopes fade for 'last unspoilt corner of Corfu' as construction of holiday village begins Opponents of the plans include Lee Durrell, the wife of the late naturalist Gerald Durrell
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