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Gallery: Vintage travel photos and adverts from 'Britain's oldest agent'

This week Travel Weekly's Juliet Dennis went to meet Joe Langdell of Lancing Travel in Sussex, who at 89 is believed to be the UK's oldest travel agent . Here's a look at some material from his travel archive... Read more about Joe's ...  More >

Greek Islands fam trip on easyCruise Life

Cruising and Greek islands virgin Louise Scott hopped aboard easyCruise Life on a fam trip and found some preconceived ideas to be pure myth With intrigue mounting I don my sunglasses ready for some retina-damaging orange decor. It is, after all, an easyCruise, right? But on entering ...  More >

Globe Travel Awards 2009: Preview and category list

From Friday September 5 you can start making nominations for the 2009 Globe Travel Awards, presented by Travel Weekly in partnership with Associated Newspapers. The awards will be presented at a ceremony at the Grosvenor House Hotel on London's Park Lane on Tuesday January 27 2009. ...  More >

Greece: A regional guide to Greek cuisine

Janine Kelso offers a bite-size, region-by-region guide to Greek food, from lobster in the Peloponnese to spicy meat patties in the north Greek food is tasty and uncomplicated, and a real pleasure for visitors to the country. Follow our advice on turning a trip to the country into ...  More >

Gran Canaria: ABTA Travel Convention preview

Janine Kelso checks out attractions and hotels on the Spanish island ahead of the ABTA Travel Convention The organisers of this year’s ABTA conference have already sold more than 300 tickets for the October event, aided by new pricing strategies where agents can book early to save money. ...  More >

Golf holidays: five up-and-coming destinations

From Dubai to Hawaii, Mark Alexander lets you in on the latest golf holiday hotspots Golf has become a truly international pastime with fanatical players jet-setting across the world to find idyllic courses with amenities to match. Destinations far and wide are realising the potential of ...  More >

Golf holidays: five of Cancun's best courses

Mark Alexander swings by Cancun's top golf courses to check out the greens and hotel facilities There’s a lot to like about Cancun. The smiles that greet you are broad and genuine, the landscape is awe-inspiring and the places to visit are varied and intriguing. The Mexican resort combines ...  More >

Get ready for Dynamic Packaging 2.0: opinion by Vicki Tittley

Technology is always evolving. Sometimes this is in the shape of new products and at other times it’s just a step change taking place, which has a marked impact on the way the travel industry conducts business. New products are things like the online booking systems, the first viewdata-masking ...  More >

Greece: holiday destinations from the movies

There is something about Greece that keeps directors coming back. Janine Kelso reports on the country’s hotspots that featured on the silver screen The film musical Mamma Mia!, which was shot in Greece last September, is set to be a money-spinner for agents as well as the cinemas this ...  More >

Greece: perfect resorts for five holiday types

Janine Kelso rustles up some Greek holiday options to suit different types of holidaymaker With a whole host of resorts offering sun-soaked beaches and plenty of culture, it can be hard to know which Greek destination to suggest for each client. Below is a selection of Greek holiday options for ...  More >