This year the Telegraph Ski & Snowboard Festival will celebrate their 45th Anniversary, returning to Battersea Park 25th – 28th October 2018. With even more attractions and entertainment, this years’ event has truly evolved from a show into a “Festival” for all ages to celebrate the winter season ahead!
The Telegraph team are excited to launch new attractions including dog sledding while favourites such as the ice rink, the ‘Mount Battersea’ slope and the street food market will be given a refresh for an overall elevated experience.
As it’s their 45th birthday, the Telegraph Ski & Snowboard Festival will be celebrating on the Friday and Saturday from 5pm with mouth-watering alpine food, impressive live acts and so much more. Read more
The old town is very pleasant to explore, with a mass of narrow winding streets lined with pretty houses, designer shops and boutiques, and cafes and bars. Visit the Picasso museum for its splendid artwork, sculpture terrace, and breathtaking views of the Mediterranean.
The provincial capital in the south of Germany offers many different and interesting things to see: Beautiful vineyards, Stuttgart Ballet, the State Opera, National Gallery and Museum of Art and very good culinaric meat and drink. So Stuttgart’s rich cultural programme will surprise you! Furthermore the many concerts, festivals and celebrations shape life in the city: starting with Cannstatter Folk Festival, Weindorf Wine Festival and the Christmas Market through to the International Animated Film Festival or the Summer Festival of Cultures. Read more
Montreux Jazz Festival is held annually in Switzerland in early July in Montreux on the Lake Geneva shoreline. It is the second largest annual jazz festival in the world after Canada’s Montreal International Jazz Festival. Originally a pure jazz festival, it opened up in the 1970s and today presents artists of nearly every imaginable music style. Jazz remains an important part of the festival. Australian alternative rocker Nick Cave, Hollywood star Johnny Depp and punk legend Iggy Pop are among the headliners at this year Festival. Read more
They have been organising Champagne tours since 2004 and now offer a huge selection of Champagne tasting tours to suit all tastes and budgets! They can arrange your travel, accommodation and Champagne tours for you, and all you will need to do is turn up on the day and enjoy the bubbles. Read more
If you are dreaming of sailing off, keep in mind the emerald waters of the seaworthy Ionian Sea. Open your sails at the depth of the horizon, where the sky seems to be leaning on the sea. Feel the sun, the sea breeze and the ultimate sense of freedom. Enjoy unique underwater landscapes. Drop your anchor in coves and hidden beaches, dive in emerald waters and as the night falls, live the romance under the stars… Read more
Marrakech is a UNESCO World Heritage City located in the foothills of the Atlas Mountains and this totally non European city with extensive French connections will not disappoint. Stay at a Riad in the old part of the city, the Medina.
Traders pack the narrow streets and swoop on any tourist. A strong will is needed to shake them off, but all in good grace. Bartering is the order of the day. The Jemma el- Fraa Square is a central vast meeting place with plenty of action. Snake charmers and street entertainment will be in full flow from early morning. By dusk there are food stalls a plenty with a extensive array of choice with a local delicacy; sheeps head! Restaurants close by compete by offering entertainment. Belly dancing- and much more if you search off the beaten track!
Rio de Janeiro is famous for its breath taking landscape, its laid back beach culture and its annual carnival. Rio offers more than you can imagine, and offers it at all hours. With stunning views from Corcovado Mountain and the city’s endless malls and markets world famous beaches, exiting night life and amazing carnival, Rio de Janeiro is a holiday paradise, whatever it is you travel for.
Rome is a city of pass ions, rising to the capital of Italy for its glorious past and represents the geographical heart of the nation. All roads lead to Rome, says a popular proverb, an it’s unthinkable not to visit Caput Mundial least one.
There is always something to discover in Rome, something to stop and watch, a city where the present is lively and intertwines with the past in the singular frame of its inhabitants and their Romanesque speaking
The history of the city of Rome has certainly been singular, sumptuouse epochs alternating
ith others of decay, immense wealth and moral decadence, in a city that has always been able to bloom again. That’s probably why it’s called the Etern city.
It’s historic center is among the 53 Italian sited included by the UNESCO in the World Heritage List.