Every year on the 17th of March, around the world the Irish and also those who are simply Irish at heart celebrate St Patrick's Day.
Tony Bennett’s famous song may well be one of the official anthems for the city of San Francisco and you’ll understand why when you get there.
Recent trends would suggest something of a renaissance in holidays at home. As well as pumping cash back into our own economy, there are many other great reasons to visit our magnificent cities and stunning coastal towns this year.
China and the Far East are steeped in mystery and this allure has drawn its visitors from afar for many years.
It is sometimes a good idea to see places out of season that are popular in the summer months.
As our tastes and desires for extravagant and enlightening holidays become more apparent, holidaymakers are broadening their horizons in their quest for that ultimate travel experience.
Ever found yourself wishing you were thousands of miles away from the stress of everyday life? Well now you can literally escape to the far-flung corners of the globe with a trip to Australia and see some exotic places en route with an exciting stopover.
Remember when you were a kid and the promise of a trip to the seaside was the highlight of the holidays? Life in its simplest form - a bucket and spade and pokey hat (ice cream cone) and all was well with the world.
Now that the festivities are over, many of us are turning our thoughts to a holiday to recover from the stress of Christmas or simply just to chase away those January blues.
Italy, France and Switzerland are talkholiday’s top three choices when it comes to holidays in alpine or lakeside resorts. This week, we check out Lake Garda in Italy, Lausanne in Switzerland and Chamonix, France to give you a taste of what’s on offer in these beautiful, scenic destinations.