As mad as the world seems right now, you can still rely on us to provide you with plenty of travel inspiration and caravanning advice.

Our latest magazine is now on sale, and it’s packed with our fantastic Top 100 Sites Guide, which includes 100 of the best caravan sites in the UK according to you, dear readers. Thanks to your votes, we’re confident that this selection of parks would all make great touring destinations.

To help you choose between them, take a look at the new issue of Practical Caravan; we’ve shone the spotlight on fantastic places to visit in Britain.

There’s a tour to Cornwall, a family break in north-eastern Scotland, a look at the historic and beautiful landscapes of Lincolnshire, a dog-friendly holiday in Pembrokeshire and a trip to Peterborough, on the edge of the East Anglian Fens.

We’ve also rounded up 10 great sites for visiting UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Did you know that Britain has no less than 32 sites on UNESCO’s list? And they make great touring destinations!

Get insider tips on travelling to Clitheroe in Lancashire from our latest Local Authority feature, or read up about all you need to know when travelling on the A82 in Road Sense.

In the reviews section, we round up the most eye-catching caravans and accessories from last month’s NEC show, including the plethora of e-bikes that were in action on the Electric in Motion stand.

We’ve also reviewed two new vans from Coachman, the Avocet 545 and the Acadia 460/2.

Those more interested in buying second-hand should turn to our Used Van Buyer on the Elddis Xplore 586. There also a brand new feature about classic used vans, starting with the Sprite Cadet MK1 from 1970.

Considering upgrading your tow car? Read our reviews of the Volvo XC60 B5 AWD Inscription, Mitsubishi L200 Barbarian X Double Cab, Subaru Forester 2.0i XE Premium Lineartronic and advice on buying a used Volkswagen Passat Estate from 2015 onwards.

Looking to pick up some new skills? There’s advice on choosing the right towbar, and fitting it, as well as upgrading upholstery. We’ve also got a behind-the-scenes look at Isabella International.

All of this is in our new issue, which goes on sale today!

If you’re not able to get to the shops for your copy, and you’ve not already got a subscription that will deliver it to your door, fret not as you don’t have to miss out. Sign up for a digital subscription and you’ll get instant online access, without even leaving the house!