On 24 June 2016 the results of the referendum were announced, and the British people have chosen to leave the European Union. Post ‘Brexit (British Exit), life in the holiday business will continue pretty much as usual. Of course in the long term questions about how we travel to/between our
As the Queen turns 90, we look back on the Sunvil destinations which she has visited during her 63 year reign. The Queen is not only our longest reigning sovereign but she must also be one of the best-travelled people in the world, having visited over 100
In recent years there has been a glut of Scandinavian crime dramas appearing on British TV. They’re hopelessly easy to get hooked on, and despite the need to concentrate on the subtitles (for those of us who aren’t blessed with an understanding of Swedish or Danish),
It’s been a permanent fixture in the centre of Copenhagen for over 170 years – in fact, Tivoli Gardens is said to be the world’s second-oldest amusement park (the oldest is also in Denmark), and the world’s most-visited seasonal theme park (it is closed for the winter).
Copenhagen has, for several years, been growing as an increasingly popular city break destination. The Danish capital offers visitors a pleasing diversity of cultural attractions, along with one of Europe’s finest selections of fine dining restaurants. And despite its rich history, it remains an easy-going city which
Spend a few days in Copenhagen and you’ll soon understand why the Danish capital often comes out top in lists such as ‘Favourite cities to live’, ‘Places with the best quality of life’ or ‘Most enjoyable European capital’. Despite a lack of an instantly recognisable landmark (sorry,
Look at the frequently published lists of the world’s top 10 cities and you’ll usually find Copenhagen included. The capital of Denmark enjoys a reputation as a clean, tolerant and thoroughly likeable place for both residents and visitors. So what is there to do and see on