With significant outbreaks in Japan and Singapore, we talked to insurers and travel agents to find out what you can do if you decide you no longer want to travel because of the Coronavirus.
A trip abroad isn’t cheap, but a lack of planning can swallow up even more of our hard-earned cash. From overpriced flight extras to buying travel money at the airport, these pricey pitfalls can taint that holiday feeling. Here we reveal the classic traps to be wary of so you can save your currency for the fun stuff.
Rules on passport validity, Ehic healthcare and permits for driving abroad will remain the same until at least the end of the Brexit transition period in December.
Flying with BA can increase CO2 emissions by up to 45% per passenger, an investigation by Which? Travel has found. Using a sophisticated calculator, produced by independent carbon analytics company Flyzen, we compared rival carriers across six popular routes.
From carrying hand sanitiser on Ryanair, to avoiding Clacton-on-Sea altogether, Which? Travel rounds up the year's most important lessons to help you have hassle-free holidays in 2020.
From the collapse of Thomas Cook to ongoing Brexit uncertainty, a lot happened has happened in the past 12 months. Here we look back at the key moments of 2019 and arm you with everything you need for the year ahead.
Holidaymakers looking to save money on accommodation should use Kayak, Which? Travel research has found. The metasearch engine consistently offered the best price when we pitted the five most used travel comparison sites against each other.
Skyscanner is the best website for finding cheap air fares, according to research by Which? Travel. Using 10 popular flight routes we pitted the seven most popular flight comparison websites against each other to see which consistently found the best price. The metasearch site (it aggregates data from other search engines) found the cheapest fare six out of 10 times in our snapshot experiment. It backs up what customers told us in our latest survey.
From chicken ‘slop’ to cake that could double as a ‘building brick’, Which? Travel reveals just how unappetising airline food can be. Passengers have been snapping some of the worst offenders on their phones – and the results are truly alarming.
Booking.com is still giving a false impression of hotel availability to rush consumers into making a booking, Which? Travel has found. Our snapshot research repeatedly found that ‘only 1 room left on our site’ prompts didn’t ring true when clicking through to the booking page.