Next time you’re planning a European caravan holiday, don’t simply drive through Belgium en route to another location – stop and enjoy it.

In the latest issue of Practical Caravan, we do just that on a poignant tour of Flanders, a century on from the Battle of Passchendaele.

Just a short hop from the UK, join us as we pay our respects, climb the 231 steps of the Cloth Hall’s belfry in Ypres, sample the local fare and much more.

And we have three further features full of touring treats, giving you a choice of destinations as you plan your next getaway.

So don’t miss the January 2018 issue of Practical Caravan, on sale now! And you can get it on Kindle, too.

Christmas gift ideas for caravanners

We’ve also got three pages packed with cracking Christmas present inspiration!

There’s something for everyone, with prezzies for the kids, tech and gadget fans, cooks and more – turn to page 12 right away and get stuck in.

And that’s not all! We’ve got a bumper Christmas giveaway. See page 12 or click here – good luck!

Reviews, reviews, reviews…

That’s right, we have three caravan reviews for you in our January 2018 magazine, starting with the Bailey Pegasus GT70 Brindisi – plus a full round-up of this special-edition range launched to mark the 70th anniversary of Bailey Caravans.

Then flick over to page 64, where we get up close and personal with the new Swift Sprite Quattro EB, a twin-axle four-berth for less than £20,000.

Or for more than a touch of luxury, read our review of the new-for-2018 Buccaneer Barracuda – is your tow car man enough?!

Speaking of tow cars, this month we bring you tests of the Ford Galaxy and VW Tiguan, plus first drives of the Vauxhall Grandland X and SsangYong Rexton, and our Nissan X-Trail used buying guide. Phew!

And, of course, we’ve got pages of used caravan buying advice, our new-for-2018, updated and expanded buyer’s guide, top DIY tips and more.

So grab a copy of our brand-new January 2018 issue of Practical Caravanout now!