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Vilnius offers the best value for Brits on a spring city break in Europe


File under: Short breaks Sterling is up to 22 per cent stronger year-on-year against European currencies making a city break to Europe a must this spring and now Post Office has revealed that the Baltic states offer the best bargains, with Vilnius, capital of Lithuania the cheapest city to visit in 2015.

UK landmarks to go dark for Earth Hour


File under: UK travel Some of the UK's most famous landmarks are set to be plunged into darkness as millions of people prepare to switch off lights for an hour to raise awareness about climate change.

Amazing hotel hot tubs around the world


File under: World travel Hot tubs are the epitome of spa indulgence. Whether a romantic Jacuzzi made just for two, or a tub with impressive views, there are hotels around the world offering guests utter relaxation and a spectacular setting for lovers of steamy, bubbling tubs.

Win! A stay for two at Feversham Arms Hotel in Yorkshire


File under: Win Photo credit: Feversham Arms Hotel We've teamed up with luxury Yorkshire hotel the Feversham Arms Hotel to offer you the chance to win a one-night stay for two people in a deluxe suite with breakfast and dinner included, worth up to £400.

Sea lion pup jumps on surfer's board for a cuddle


File under: Travel news Photo credit: YouTube/Eileen Quinto/NBC Los Angeles A surfer has documented the moment he experienced a rare and heartwarming encounter with a sea lion pup in California.

Best of British: Why exploring Britain by Cruise makes sense


File under: Cruises No wonder Rob Brydon has "taken a shine to cruising." At the naming ceremony for P&O's Britannia by Her Majesty The Queen, the Welsh comedian declared that "you can have lunch with Marco Pierre White, sink a few Bollies with Olly Smith and be doing the two-step with Tess Daly in the library at teatime." OK, maybe not all...

'Lovers of Light' photography competition 2015: Shortlist revealed


File under: World travel These beautiful photos have been chosen as the ten finalists in a photography competition which celebrates light.

Win! A self-catering break with Sykes Cottages, worth £600


File under: Win Photo credit: Sykes Cottages Planning the perfect spring getaway for two? We've teamed up with Sykes Cottages to offer one lucky AOL Travel reader the chance to win £600 worth of holiday vouchers to spend on a choice of over 5,000 self-catering holiday cottages across the UK and Ireland.

UK weather: Snow, hail and thunder to follow solar eclipse supertides flooding


File under: Travel news The UK is set for a week of wintry weather as hail, thunder and even snow are set to hit parts of Britain.

Dangerous criminals 'slipping through British borders'


File under: Travel news Photo credit: PA Criminals are slipping into Britain where they have gone on to murder because of "inadequate" information passed on to border police, a scathing report has warned.

Mont Saint-Michel turned into island by 'supertide'


File under: Travel news France's famous Mont Saint-Michel was turned into an island by a 'supertide' on Saturday.

Did easyJet passengers get the best view of the solar eclipse?


File under: Travel news Photo credit: easyJet easyJet passengers flying from Britain to Iceland on Friday were treated to a front row seat of the solar eclipse.

Where is Poldark filmed? Searches for Cornwall soar


File under: UK travel Poldark, the BBC's new drama, has triggered a surge in the number of people wanting to visit the county of Cornwall, where the programme is set.

Britain's best bargain hotels 2015


File under: Cheap holidays Photo credit: Tripadvisor/Lawton Court Hotel This hotel isn't just the best-value hotel in Britain.

Three baby meerkats venture out at Edinburgh Zoo


File under: Travel news These three meerkat pups are the latest arrivals at Edinburgh Zoo. They have joined the rest of the animals at Meerkat Plaza and are starting to head outside the burrow into the open air.

Holiday companies pull out of Tunisia


File under: Travel news The Tunis museum shooting has struck a severe blow to tourism in Tunisia at a time when bookings among British holidaymakers were escalating.

Northern Lights light up the skies of Britain


File under: Travel news Derwentwater near Keswick, Lake District, March 2015 People all over Britain have been treated to a spectacular display of the Northern Lights, with some sightings reported as far south as Somerset.

Why I fly Malaysia Airlines


File under: World travel Photo credit: Malaysia Airlines Is it safe to fly Malaysia Airlines? One year on from the disappearance of MH370 and eight months after the downing of MH17, it's a question that remains on many travellers' lips despite the carrier continuing to fly more than 5,000 passengers on 360 flights per day and air travel being safer than ever.

Must-visit new openings for 2015


File under: World travel Holidays in 2015 are set to get bigger and better with the opening of futuristic theme parks, beautiful hotels and exciting new cultural zones hitting the UK and abroad.

Top ten designer hotels in London


File under: UK travel With the opening of the V&A's Alexander McQueen exhibition this spring, we thought admirers of all things beautiful and stylish would appreciate a peak at some of the best designer hotels in London.


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