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Package holiday prices for early next month are now up to 50 per cent cheaper than the same time last year - with bargains available in Vienna and Florence, according to TravelSupermarket. Recent additions include the relaxation hideaway, manicure and pedicure salon and the Marine and Wellness Spa, which is the first of its kind in the UK.

Arctic Blue Resort is set to open in Kontiolahti in eastern Finland in Discount will be offered to guests who watch their water intake and electricity use and make locally sourced food choices. Authorities in Doha, Qatar's capital city, are also trialling painting their roads blue in a bid to try and keep temperatures down on the tarmac because the blue absorbs less heat than black.

Few countries can match Egypt for awe-inspiring ancient architecture and sheer mystery.

This 5,year-old civilisation hypnotises with its majestic wonders-of-the-world pyramids, lavish temples, hidden tombs and bustling cities, rich in history. These incredible pictures show this side to its allure - and much more. They also underscore how Egypt has become an exotic modern holiday destination, with stunning beaches and eye-catching luxury resorts.

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Among them are snaps of the mighty pyramids of Giza, the intricate tomb of Tutankhamun, the stunning marina of Port Ghalib as well as the beautiful Al-Azhar Park in Cairo. As October clicks in, 'leaf peeping' adventures - the term coined in the U. The World's 50 Best Bars awards was held on Thursday in a glittering ceremony at London's iconic Roundhouse venue.

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Aviation blogger Sam Chui was invited to be the sole passenger on board a VIP that was previously owned by the Qatari royal family - and he described the journey as his 'greatest flight of so far'. Mr Chui boarded the plane in Hamilton, Canada, where it was being stored, and flew on it to Marana, Arizona - four hours away - where it will undergo a maintenance check. He revealed the plane's delights via a video tour that he posted to YouTube. A discussion took place on US-based site Reddit after one user asked: 'People who live in "vacation destinations" what is the most irritating misconception about where you live?

Every harvest from September to November 11, Vienna's vineyards open to the public. Visitors can walk a wine trial and sample the capital's finest vintages. Josephine Forster joined the quaffing.

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Over the past few years, airlines around the world have come up with a choice pitched between the champagne and flat beds of business class and the pasta and plastic cups of coffee in coach. Our survey of four airlines' premium economy products on the London to New York route shows expectations do need to be managed if you're booking in this class. Inside one of Britain's most celebrated hotels - Le Manoir aux Quat'Saisons: MailOnline checks in, then tucks in at the legendary restaurant, which has held two Michelin stars for 35 years This month Belmond Le Manoir aux Quat'Saisons in Oxfordshire is celebrating 35 years since it was opened by Raymond Blanc inset.

United Airlines to launch a Star Wars-themed plane where passengers board to the movie's soundtrack and watch R2D2 in the safety video The plane in question will be a United Airlines Boeing , which will sport a livery that features spacecraft from the movie franchise and a lightsaber on each side of the tail. Saudi Arabia hopes tourism pioneers will bring an economic bonanza as the ultra-conservative country begins offering tourist visas Tourists are finally able to enter Saudi Arabia thanks to a landmark decision to offer tourist visas - relaxing rules that had largely restricted visits to business travellers and Muslim pilgrims.

Seeing the Northern Lights, riding the Orient Express and visiting Chernobyl: The 50 most sought-after travel experiences revealed A 'travel dreams' poll also revealed Driving Route 66, walking along the Great Wall of China and paying respects at Auschwitz as top bucket list items. Not your average white van man! Globe-trotters reveal how they've turned their vehicles into stunning homes on wheels - complete with living areas and fully-fitted kitchens Explorers from across the globe have added speakers, stylish sofas and even fairy lights to the vehicles.

Triumphant celebrations mark the closure of the controversial Uluru climb after ban comes into effect - as last people to scale monolith are blasted as 'selfish' Anangu people partied alongside non-indigenous people at a celebration on Sunday at which rock stars including Midnight Oil singer Peter Garrett, and local indigenous bands and artists performed. From strolling your way through 1, years of history to enjoying a spot of island hopping, here's how to spend 48 hours in Croatia's Split With the Dalmatian mountains behind and the islands of the Adriatic in front, the Croatian city of Split is a glorious mix of labyrinthine old town and beautiful vistas.

Spread your wings on a wild adventure: The best holidays for animal lovers, from helping protect puffins in Scotland to tagging Indonesia's manta rays Animal magic is in the air for with a host of new expeditions and experiences on offer that get you close to some of the world's rarest and most endangered species.

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Feel like a sunshine getaway? We have 25 destinations where you can go to escape the gloomy winter months It's now, when gloomy winter months approach that we want to know where we can luxuriate in the sunshine. We have 25 destinations for you! Out of the desert shadows: Saudi Arabia is handing out tourist visas in a bid to change its image. Beauty and the piste!

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How to visit Norway's compact capital on the cheap Even though Oslo has been voted the most expensive city in the world three times, there are plenty of options for those without bottomless pockets, says the Daily Mail's Harriet Sime. From a field of beans to one of the swankiest destinations on earth: Fascinating vintage images tell the story of The Beverly Hills Hotel The pictures feature in the mesmerising tome The Beverly Hills Hotel and Bungalows - The First Years, the second edition of which is out now. An Inspector Calls A review of Native Bankside, London. Next level glamping: This jungle treetop hotel gives travellers the chance to detox from reality - with no WiFi, limited electricity and open-air yoga A jungle treetop hotel in El Nido on the Filipino island of Palawan offers travellers the chance to 'glamp' beneath the stars in luxury tents built on bamboo stilts.

Perfect harmony: Tenerife's north-south divide offers holidaymakers the best of both worlds Tenerife is famous for being an island of two halves. Pukka Phuket: The Thai island might be getting crowded but this swish resort is still an unbeatable family treat The Daily Mail's Fiona Hardcastle checked into Anantara Layan Phuket resort, which has an award-winning Thai restaurant and service that 'verges on telepathy'. From nuzzling giraffes to cuddling monkeys, photographer captures animals enjoying the tenderest of moments Could these be the sweetest snaps you've ever seen?

How to get to Pompeii by train and visa advice for Cuba and America: The Holiday Guru solves traveller queries The Holiday Guru is always on call to answer your questions.

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Heathrow says airline industry needs to take 'strong action' to reduce emissions to withstand 'flight shame' movement The airport, which is Europe's biggest and is set for record passenger numbers this year, has become a symbol of the polluting aviation industry in the eyes of campaigners. Billowing fishing nets, a monk watching hot air balloons and mist-shrouded mountains: The prize-winning travel photos that show beauty in all corners of the planet These are the winning shots in The Independent Photographer competition, judged by American Steve McCurry, who's one of the world's most revered contemporary photographers.

Museum dedicated to SLIME opens in New York City, with a sticky barefoot 'lake walk', a glow-in-the-dark cove and a DIY bar where you can make your own The idea of this NYC 'sensory playground', the co-founders said during a pre-opening tour, is simple: To spread slime's powers of rejuvenation and relaxation. Track down the train ride of your life! From Australia to Siberia via the USA, here are six of the world's greatest rail journeys The British love of trains goes way back - to when George Stephenson's Rocket travelled at the heady speed of 35 miles per hour between Liverpool and Manchester on September 15, Amazon rainforest approaches 'irreversible tipping point' as expert warns soaring deforestation could release 'carbon bomb' into the atmosphere within two years As swathes of the South American rainforest are gradually replaced by savannah, billions of tonnes of carbon will be released into the atmosphere, accelerating in global warming.

Melting glaciers in the Russian Arctic have revealed FIVE new islands hidden beneath the ice The Russian Navy said it has discovered the islands - which haven't been named yet - off the coast of the Novaya Zemlya archipelago in the Arctic Ocean of the country's north coast. The bizarre road in Estonia that bisects 30 metres of RUSSIAN territory - it's not on Google Maps and there's no checkpoint, but you'll be arrested if you stop Radio Free Europe photographer Amos Chapple, from New Zealand, investigated and managed to snap a handful of fascinating snaps of the bizarre border.

A treasure chest of incredible images: Astonishing coffee table book will take you on a photographic world tour Want to tour the world's most beautiful landscapes? As if Antigua wasn't intoxicating enough Dubai loosens its drinking laws to allow tourists to buy alcohol in state-controlled stores and obtain liquor permits The new laws let visitors to Dubai obtain liquor permits for the first time. Former Nazi bunker that was built using forced labour and sheltered Germans from air raids will be transformed into a hotel The St Pauli bunker in the German city of Hamburg will have a five-story hotel - with rooms - built on top of it.

Rome's a family classic! Pick your sights with care and the Italian capital will enthral all ages With an enthusiastic year-old son leading the way, Ben Taylor set out to see as many of Rome's sights as possible in three days. The Italian capital will enthral all ages. If you suffer from seasickness, THIS is the cruise ship for you: Expedition boat set to launch that has a cutting-edge 'X-Bow', which keeps it steadier in rough seas The passenger Greg Mortimer will be christened in Ushuaia, Argentina, on October 31, and make its maiden voyage into Antarctica.

Bizarre picnic basket-shaped building is to be transformed into a luxury hotel with rooms The seven-story, picnic-basket-shaped building in Newark, Ohio, had been the headquarters of the Longaberger Company. Horrified mother arrives at her Jet2 holiday villa in Turkey with four young children and discovers a razor-sharp utility knife and axe inside, loose light fixtures and a broken shower Laura Broughton, from Mansfield in Nottinghamshire, shared pictures on Facebook of the disturbing discoveries at Villa Nurhan in Dalyan, south-west Turkey.

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Then head to Greece and an architecturally stunning spa where detox rocks! Ban on flights between the UK and Egyptian holiday resort Sharm el-Sheikh is lifted - four years after the bombing of a Russian airliner Sharm el-Sheikh was a popular destination with UK tourists until all UK flights were banned in November following the bombing of a Russian Metrojet airliner.

Open wide! Jaw-dropping photos taken by 'crazy' shark photographer who travels the world in pursuit of the ocean's deadliest predator 'Crazy' shark photographer Euan Rannachan, 34, captures nature's most refined predators at their most fearsome and has encountered countless sharks throughout his adrenaline-fueled career. The bizarre bar with room for just 17 people - and where customers are allowed in only if they arrive ALONE The bar, called Hitori, is in Tokyo's Shinjuku district, which is known for its vibrant nightlife.

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High style and history: Discovering a luxury cruise at a bargain price - and some awkward facts about the Caribbean hero of musical Hamilton Frank Barrett joined a sailing from Fort Lauderdale and stopped off at St Kitts and Nevis, the latter being the birthplace of Alexander Hamilton. Danes try to move year-old lighthouse from eroding coast When the 76 foot meter tall Rubjerg Knude lighthouse in Denmark was first lit, in , it was roughly feet meters from the coast - now it is only about six meters away.

Hong Kong tourists see the silver lining to the protests - no queues at the top attractions The impact of the protests on tourism is verging on catastrophic for Hong Kong. Want the family to see England at its greenest and most pleasant?