The UK
12th Oct 2016

5 great activities to do with the kids this half term

Autumn half term is just around the corner, so best get planning to avoid a week filled with papier mache and trips to the local park. At Millennium we believe in a philosophy of, ‘happy children, happy families, happy holidays’, which is why we offer great family friendly deals to accommodate all of your half term fun.
09th Sep 2016

5 things to do in London that prove it’s still summer

The kids may have gone back to school but we’re not mourning the death of summer yet. London is still alive with fantastic outdoor activities and events so instead of putting your sunnies away, read on and enjoy the last warm weeks of 2016 in style
22nd Aug 2016

10 September festivals worth going to

As August draws to a close and there's talk of kids going back to school, it stands to reason that the music festival season will begin to wind down too. Think again. September sees some fantastically eclectic festivals throughout the UK and across the world, so we've selected 10 of the best for...

The UK
22nd Aug 2016

10 weird and wonderful things at the Edinburgh Fringe

Weird. Wonderful. And downright quirky. The Edinburgh Fringe Festival has it all by the bucket-load. Since it began in 1947, the Fringe has grown to become the world's largest arts festival. Last year saw 50,459 performances of 3,314 shows in 313 venues across Scotland's capital.

From theatre to ...

The UK
08th Aug 2016

Download our survey results: UK holidaying habits pre and post-Brexit

We recently commissioned two surveys to delve into the UK public's holidaying habits. We wanted to know what motivates them, and what differences can be seen between the attitudes of millennials vs non-millennials. The first survey was carried out before the EU referendum, and the second after its result was revealed. So what does a post-Brexit nation feel towards travelling? And how dramatically have their feelings changed in light of this monumental moment in history?
The UK
28th Jul 2016

10 things every family holiday will involve

The British family holiday is a thing of wonder, and something that most of look forward to all year round. But is it the sun and sandcastles that stick in your mind, or the endless hours spent in traffic jams on tiny coastal roads? We’ve compiled a list of 10 family holiday inevitabilities – those things that every family holiday just wouldn’t be the same without. So grab your tin of boiled sweets, crack open your flask of tea and read on to see if any of these sound familiar…