Adding value to win loyalty

A fleet of airline taxis, a bargain loyalty card which doubles as a make-up mirror and the first social credit card are just three examples of new ways of doing business, as Annich McIntosh discovers

Boosting the business dollar

Britain could and should make more of business tourism. Abigail Wills looks at the reasons why

All abroad for a mouth makeover

Beauty writer Vicky Eldridge examines the trend for dental tourism, and investigates the pros and cons of smile-makeover holidays

Sun, sea and silicone

Cosmetic surgery tourism is a fast-growing industry, but is it safe? Leah Hardy investigates the boom in nip 'n' tuck holidays

Choosing for a cruising

Some parts of the world are as well experienced from the sea as they are on dry land. The Caribbean may be warmer, but the Scandinavian coastline has charm and drama in equal parts, writes Glyn Brown

Into the magic circle

The Arctic Circle is often portrayed as barren and inhospitable. But for less far-flung explorers, it offers both natural wonders and, increasingly, touristic delights, as Katja Pantzar reports