We’re basking on a picture-perfect Tahiti island –swaying palms, white sandy beach, crystal-clear lagoon – and have to keep reminding ourselves it’s all real and not some fictional set created by a movie director.
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One of Scotland’s leading pro rugby clubs, Edinburgh, has joined forces with their Official Home Stay Partner - leading digital travel platform Booking.com - to offer you the chance to win an exclusive all-expenses paid trip for two to South Africa during the 2019/20 Guinness Pro14!*
With stunning natural beauty, a bustling cosmopolitan vibe and some of the world’s largest sporting events on the horizon, we’ve uncovered a whole host of reasons to visit Yokohama, Japan…
A stunning beach in the Outer Hebrides has been voted the best in Scotland and the second best in the UK.
Planning a relaxing spa break and long overdue catch-up with one of my girlfriends, I felt an immediate affinity with Gleddoch House when I learned that it was once the home of the late shipping baron Sir William Lithgow.
Spring is just around the corner and it’s a great time to take a trip.
I am, and always will be, a very proud Scot. I’m one of those people who romanticises about the beauty of our country – probably aided by a year of studying Sir Walter Scott.
Spring is slowly starting to appear on the horizon, which means there’s no better time to take a trip.
There hasn’t been such a scrum of paparazzi incited by sumptuously unfurling mounds since Kim Kardashian last strolled a beach in a bikini.
KE-BANG! Just as the last bit of air was being squeezed into the bike tyre, it burst.
An offer to experience Gleneagles, even for one night, is not something you want to turn down.
The Albanian communist regime was one of the cruellest in Europe. It executed around 25,000 of its own people and sent tens of thousands to labour camps.
It is a long time since I have been over the sea to Skye, and it felt more like we were “blown over the sea” as we drove over the bridge in gale force winds.
If your idea of a romantic time away with your significant other is peace, quiet and no stress, then at Macdonald Pittodrie House you’re in for a treat.
Only a handful of cars have ever managed to be considered both cute and cool at the same time.
Lynne Mennie did just that and told Ellie House about the adventures along the way.
Richard Rooney visits Antrim’s Causeway Coast and discovers a region brimming with excitement as it prepares to host the Open Championship for the first time since 1951
January can feel like a gloomy month – the weather is miserable, the excitement of the festive period is over and summer seems like a long time away. But what can brighten things up is a special getaway.
We want you to stay in the Highlands and Islands but we also want you to travel.
The Highlands have been named among the best places in the world for new trips this year.
With Scotland proving to be a top destination for UK staycationers, Susan Welsh takes a closer look at some of the attractions on offer across the country likely to tempt curious tourists.
Michael Portillo is rarely seen without a copy of one of Bradshaw’s famous railway and travel guides which he uses to navigate his way around the world.
It comes as no surprise that Skye is one of the top locations to visit in Scotland.
Fancy joining the Press and Journal on its inaugural cruise next summer? Step aboard and see what we have to offer...
One of Scotland's biggest luxury hotel groups is planning to shed up to 50 jobs - citing "economic and political uncertainty" for spiralling costs.
Exclusivity and country charm lie at the heart of a stay at Rufflets.
Jersey has always had a good, if not great, gastro reputation. Your gastric juices automatically start getting loud and difficult to mask when the Channel island is mentioned. It is probably the best place to eat in the British Isles.
When Alistair Baranowski surveys his back garden, he can choose between visiting the saloon or paying his respects at the cemetery, which is filling up fast due to shoot-outs.
Imagine waking up to discover your car hoisted on to the roof of a 70ft-tall building. That’s what happened to one unlucky Cambridge professor, when he awoke one morning in 1958 to find his Austin Seven on top of the university’s Senate House. Resulting newspaper headlines generated curiosity, outrage and sniggers nationwide.
Cruise passengers will soon be able to travel direct from Aberdeen on six new routes, including one to Russia.
Press and Journal readers will be able to enjoy the best sights Norway and Scotland have to offer when the paper sets sail on its very own cruise adventure.
How much can you cram into 48 hours? A huge amount is the answer when you commit yourself to blitzing a Christmas-themed sightseeing trip of the Big Smoke in just two days.