Nine out of ten Brits say their smartphone is their favourite holiday companion, finds new research. But are your gadgets covered if they go walkabout?
Thousands of holidaymakers every year are persuaded to buy insurance by travel agents, holiday firms and airlines. But many end up paying over the odds. We take a closer look.
Ibiza Rocks, Hideout, Isle of MTV, Sandance, Bestival: the summer festival season is about to get underway. We round up five of the best and what to expect.
With the summer holidays just around the corner, one job you can’t afford to ignore is organising your travel insurance, writes journalist Esther Shaw.
What is it about flying that reduces some of us to pushing, shoving and practically fighting our fellow passengers in an attempt to get our luggage stowed and be sat in our seats first, asks Sue Hayward.
Are you confident your travel insurance will pay out if the worst happens? Even the most savvy of us can fail to check all the small print, as Confused.com’s head of travel Mhairi Edwards can testify.
It can be tough for credit card virgins to get a top deal on their plastic. However, three great credit building cards from Barclaycard look set to buck the trend.
Spend the weekend researching your next trip but when it comes to booking hold off until Tuesday morning to save money. We explain why.
British holidaymakers will find their spending money goes furthest in Spain and Portugal this year, according to a new Post Office survey.
With holiday season almost upon us, we look at some of the best credit cards to take abroad with you this year.
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