Holidaymakers should ‘embrace the unexpected’ says travel expert – ‘had to reroute’

She explained: “We’ve had feedbacks that it’s been a huge weight off everyone’s minds. If we have to cancel it, we will. But we’re going to work as hard as we can to get an alternative.”

Slow travel does not have to be slow or long, it involves enjoying the journey as much as the destination.

Cat said: “You can go on an overnight ferry to Greece, you can go to Corfu on a ferry, and it’s a gorgeous journey.

“In Italy, Verona, on Lake Como, is just absolutely amazing, gorgeous.

“We have a huge amount of interest for Sicily by train.”