Northamptonshire, just an hour or so from London, has lush rolling landscape and more stately homes than any other region in England.
Unless you are part of the glitterati you are unlikely to have any access to Cannes Film Festival. But there is lots more to see and do in Cannes.
Koh Chang island remains relatively unknown to tourists and is still covered in untouched jungle hemmed by sandy beaches and overlooked by mountains.
It's high time for Nicaragua, with her lovely cities and brooding volcanoes, to come out of hiding and take her place as a viable tourist destination.
On the surface it seemed like an unlikely choice, yet Hull really does brush up nicely.
Bhutan is a country steeped in Mahayana Buddhism, myths and legends, with the magnificent landscape and majestic mountains.
Turin is a stylish city, more compact than Milan, but with glorious baroque palaces occupying its spacious piazzas and wide boulevards.
One of the largest ski resorts in the world, and with runs for every ability level, La Plagne is the pearl of the French Alps.
Miami, also known as The Magic City, dazzles in its sunlight as the palm trees sway slightly in the whisper of the breeze.
Want to enjoy England? Celebrate English Tourism Week (March 25 - April 2, 2017) with our round-up of fun activities.