The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge celebrate their tenth anniversary next week — presumably exchanging tokens of tin
Wedding anniversaries are traditionally marked with a gift between couples that starts with paper after the first year then progresses to diamonds at the 60th.
But why not use the associated present as an excuse to go travelling?
As the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge celebrate their tenth next week — presumably exchanging tokens of tin — here’s our guide to seeing the world in the name of love…
SPLURGE: Snuggle up in a luxury log cabin at the Arctic Retreat eco-lodge in Swedish Lapland.
Four nights including flights to Lulea, transfers and full board costs from £2,471pp (discover-the-world.com).
ON A BUDGET: Have some fun in the forest staying in an off-grid designer treehouse in the Welsh mountains near Machynlleth. From £379 for two nights, self-catering (living-room.co).
SPLURGE: Mexico is famous for its tin art, known as hojalata, crafted in creative cities such as Oaxaca.
A 14-day ‘Cultural Heartlands to Caribbean Coast’ tour flying into Mexico City and back from Cancun costs from £2,710pp (journeylatinamerica…