• David Beckham just visited this landmark for the first time - find out why

    David Beckham has been lucky enough to travel the world thanks to his football career, and at the weekend he was able to tick another major world landmark off his bucket list - the Great Wall of China. The dad-of-four headed to China as part of a trip with the China Youth Football Development Programme, but took the opportunity to do some sightseeing while he was there. The retired footballer shared a photo as he stood next to the Great Wall on Friday, looking smart in a denim shirt and trousers. "Today I was able to visit The Great Wall

  • What to do in Montenegro: the best things to see and explore in the Balkan country

    Montenegro is definitely having a bit of a moment – the Beckhams spent their summer holidaying near Budva and Angelina Jolie is a fan too. It's no surprise, as it's only a short hop from the UK (flight time: 2 hours) and a destination that's relatively unspoilt but full of contemporary fun. Here's a few reasons why you should visit Montenegro: What to see in Montenegro To really get to know Montenegro, take to the water. Hop on a boat from Tivat’s marina to Kotor to marvel at the clock tower and the Cathedral of Saint Tryphon. Then jump back

  • Phillip Schofield reveals his favourite type of holiday - and it may surprise you

    While his recent holidays have included an exotic break in the Maldives and a fun-filled trip to Portugal with This Morning co-host Holly Willoughby, Phillip Schofield has revealed his favourite type of holiday is actually a cruise. The TV presenter, who has just returned from a weekend mini-break in Rome and Tuscany, said he is a convert to cruise holidays after sailing from Barcelona to Marseilles in 2017. And he's even managed to win over his daughter Molly, 25. "I'm the designated family car driver and there was something quite appealing about not driving on holiday but watching the world

  • What to see and do in Palma: the top things to see in Majorca's capital

    Discover the top things to do on a weekend break to Palma. Whether you're visiting Majorca for a few days or a week's holiday, these are the sights you should put at the top of your to-do list: What to see in Palma Get your bearings with a gentle walk through the passages of the Old Town and be sure to look up to admire the colourful façades. Don’t miss the sun setting over the magnificent 14th-century La Seu cathedral – which took more than 600 years to complete – or the Banys Arabs; the 10th-century baths are virtually all