BRITS bound for the continent to enjoy their summer break are set to face scorching temperatures as weather warnings are issued across Europe. Spain, Italy and Croatia are in the frame to see the mercury shoot north of 40C as a heatwave sweeps the .
Two years ago, Alan Kurdi, the three-year-old Syrian boy photographed lying face down on a beach near the Turkish resort of Bodrum, stirred the conscience of many Europeans. That moment of guilt and shame already seems past. We've barely noticed that .
Portugal hang on to win bruising battle with 10-man Hungary Times of India.
Since joining the European Union 13 years ago, the Czech Republic has become the richest country in the formerly communist east, with a higher living standard than older members Portugal and Greece and the lowest unemployment in the 28-member bloc.
50+ Overseas Travel Tips . Tricks to bag cheap flights & more ... If you're due to travel , leave plenty of time to get to the airport, ensure you know how long before your flight you must arrive, and factor in that it might take longer to get through.
If you're a nervous traveller then there are many destinations that that the Foreign Office considers less attractive to terrorists - although that can't be certain of course. Here are our suggestions for six alternative destinations, with less risk.
If you're planning a trip to Budapest, Hungary, you'll want to check out this Budapest Travel Guide. We share tips on where to eat in Budapest, things to see in Budapest, things do in Budapest, Hungarian phrases to know in Budapest and much more.
Express.co.uk has compiled three simple tips to follow to make sure you have the best chance ... Greenland, Guernsey, Hong Kong, Hungary, Iceland, India, Ireland, Isle of Man, Italy, Japan, Jersey, Kuwait, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg.
So why do passports need a buffer for travel ? This is mostly to do with visa precautions — ensuring that you have valid national identification documents once your visit draws to a close and you need to depart the country. It's a bit of a pain for.
But pay-as-you-go customers will not be covered by the new rule while travelling in Guernsey, Isle of Man, Jersey, Monaco and Switzerland . In the past, some Brits travelling overseas have faced shock bills after using their phones. The move follows.
Around 120 people were injured as a result of the quake, which hit the popular Brit travel spot at 01.30am (local time) on Friday July 21. A number of UK tourists said they were left waiting for more information from their hotels or tour companies.