If you've been searching for bargain all-inclusive holidays online, you'll probably have noticed 'Ayia Napa' appearing in your search results. There's a good reason for that because the town is one of the premier holiday resorts on the sun-kissed island of Cyprus - famed for its value-for-money accommodation, beautiful beaches and buzzing nightlife.
The beautiful country of Italy has much to recommend it, particularly its cuisine, rolling countryside and the azure-blue waters lapping its coastline. It is also a brilliant year-round holiday destination.
While driving is often seen as the preserve of commuters, school-run parents and those who do it for a living, there is more to travelling by road than getting snarled up in traffic jams and dodging speed cameras. Indeed, planning a driving holiday can be the perfect excuse to stop off at all those little villages and towns tourists don't usually encounter on their holidays to foreign lands. So this year, why not opt for an old-fashioned road trip with your other half in Spain?
Munich might not be the first European destination that comes to mind when you think of haute-cuisine, but there is a surprising number of outstanding eateries in the German city that are well worth a visit if you're planning a trip here.
Pisa is blessed with some wonderful natural attractions and this means you can look forward to seeing some breathtaking sights while holidaying there. The land has been moulded over the years by the labours of men and the result is countryside featuring mills, vineyards and olive terraces.
Geneva, Switzerland's second most populous city, is a treat for the sightseer in you thanks to its plethora of stunning architecture. From the historic Old Town to the contemporary Place des Nations, there are plenty of striking attractions to visit.
Mallorca is a fantastic Spanish island for a chic break, whether you intend to spend the whole time sunbathing on one of its beautiful beaches, hiking in a national park or sampling the nightlife in its stylish cocktail bars - not to mention the shopping.
Ireland is home to some of the most picturesque landscapes in the world, so why would you go anywhere else? To make the most of your trip and to find the best, most hidden away spots hire a car from Dublin Airport and hit the road.
It used to be the case that we Brits headed off to France or Italy for fantastic culinary experiences, but these days UK holidays can offer as many top class dining opportunities as anywhere on the continent. Wales is the perfect example of an area full of restaurants boasting the freshest ingredients and achieving some of the biggest awards for food around.
There is so much to see and do in Milan, it can be easy to forget just how many places there are to explore in its surrounding area. One of these is Val Grande National Park, a huge green space that takes around 1.5 hours by car from Milan city centre.
Barcelona is a chic, cosmopolitan city and an excellent place to travel to if you're looking for a fantastic night out. Of course, you won't just want to go to any old bars, though - you'll be keen to seek out the hottest, most exclusive nightspots in town.
The northernmost county in north-east England, Northumberland is a must-visit destination for holidaymakers keen to seek out the nation's most inspiring heritage sites. For great tips on where to visit and what to see, read our guide.
Italy is synonymous with luxury and where better for a luxurious city break than the Renaissance city of Florence? Here are some of our top five luxurious activities to do in the city, from gourmet eating, to opera in the Gardens of Boboli and Italian leather glove shopping.