Visit Amsterdam's gabled buildings, elegant museums and canals, atmospheric neighbourhoods, delicious markets and the notorious Red Light District.
I defy anyone to be bored in Tel Aviv. The high octane vibe is almost tangible and urges you to walk its streets and explore.
The birthplace of Christopher Columbus is a fascinating mix of urban life and medieval history. Get your walking shoes and check out Genoa.
San Sebastian known as Donostia in the Basque Country is a gastronomic gem. Here's what to see and do if you’re planning on spending 24 hours in this city.
If you are planning a trip to Munich for the Oktoberfest, or even if you are not, here is our whirlwind guide to the city.
The name Moscow is used synonymous with the Kremlin and Vladimir Putin, but Moscow is so much more than a political city and has plenty to offer visitors.
Andorra is indisputably one of Europe’s best kept secrets, with mountains and lakes, historic buildings and museums, and quaint villages.
Explore the mystical Alhambra, indulge in free tapas and travel back in time in the fabled Andalusian city of Granada.
Vancouver is a vibrant west coast Canadian city, dominated by glimmering high rise buildings and surrounded by mighty mountains.
Lyon seems to have it all: from being the historic European centre of silk, to the birthplace of cinema and more recently the world capital of gastronomy.