EU rules mean that delayed holidaymakers can now claim money from their airlines. But legal battles are being fought to decide when these rights apply.
Despite the annual summer holiday being as popular as ever, the average Brit has only ever visited seven countries. So why do people like to holiday in the same place time and again?
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Fed up with photos from friends in far-flung places invading your timeline? Now in its 10th year, this is just one way Facebook has ruined our holidays.
A row has broken out over new fines for parents who take children out of school for family holidays. But given the cost of peak-season breaks, is this fair?
As many Brits plan their next escape away, we look at the best 0 per cent credit cards to help spread the cost of a holiday.
New European rules mean you can claim as much as £500 if your flight is delayed or cancelled. But you may face a fight to get the money you are entitled to.
Almost half of travellers admit they never research their destination or accommodation, a new study shows.
With the United States set to be the most popular destination among holidaying Brits in 2014, we take a look at the year’s top 10 travel hot-spots.
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